Claude Jutra, a prominent Canadian actor and filmmaker, had honors named after him, like the Prix Jutra and the Claude Jutra Award, recognizing his impact on Quebec cinema. Diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's, he went missing in 1986 and was found dead in 1987, his death ruled a drowning. Allegations of sexual misconduct with underage boys in 2016 led to the removal of his name from awards and public places. The Globe and Mail noted the rapid downfall of his reputation after the initial accusation, prompting the film industry and governments to swiftly erase his name from trophies, parks, and streets within 24 hours.