Rocks thrown by individuals practising and junior teams can still go up and down the Quesnel sheets under current public health rules. (File Photo)

Canadian Men’s Curling Champions Full-Team List

Brier champions since the inception of the Canadian men’s curling championship in 1927 (with skip, third, second, lead, alternate and coach _ if available):

Tim Hortons Brier

2020 _ Newfoundland & Labrador (Brad Gushue, Mark Nichols, Brett Gallant, Geoff Walker, Jeff Thomas and Jules Owchar (coach); 2019 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe, B.J. Neufeld, Colton Flasch, Ben Hebert, Ted Appelman and John Dunn (coach); 2018 _ Canada (Brad Gushue, Mark Nichols, Brett Gallant, Geoff Walker, Jules Owchar); 2017 _ Newfoundland & Labrador (Brad Gushue, Mark Nichols, Brett Gallant, Geoff Walker, Jules Owchar); 2016 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe, Marc Kennedy, Brent Laing, Ben Hebert, Scott Pfeifer, John Dunn); 2015 _ Canada (John Morris, Pat Simmons, Carter Rycroft, Nolan Thiessen, Tom Sallows, Earle Morris); 2014 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe, Pat Simmons, Carter Rycroft, Nolan Thiessen, Jamie King, John Dunn); 2013 _ Northern Ontario (Brad Jacobs, Ryan Fry, E.J. Harnden, Ryan Harnden, Matt Dumontelle, Tom Coulterman); 2012 _ Ontario (Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Brent Laing, Craig Savill); 2011 _ Manitoba (Jeff Stoughton, Jonathan Mead, Reid Carruthers, Steve Gould); 2010 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe, Blake MacDonald, Carter Rycroft, Nolan Thiessen, Jamie King, John Dunn);.

2009 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin, John Morris, Marc Kennedy, Ben Hebert, Terry Meek, Jules Owchar); 2008 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin, John Morris, Marc Kennedy, Ben Hebert); 2007 _ Ontario (Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill); 2006 _ Quebec (Jean-Michel Menard, Francois Roberge, Eric Sylvain, Maxime Elmaleh); 2005 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque, Dan Holowaychuk).

Nokia Brier

2004 _ Nova Scotia (Mark Dacey, Bruce Lohnes, Rob Harris, Andrew Gibson, Mathew Harris); 2003 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque); 2002 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque); 2001 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey, David Nedohin, Scott Pfeifer, Marcel Rocque).

Labatt Brier

2000 _ B.C. (Greg McAulay, Brent Pierce, Bryan Miki, Jody Sveistrup); 1999 _ Manitoba (Jeff Stoughton, Jonathan Mead, Garry van den Berghe, Doug Armstrong); 1998 _ Ontario (Wayne Middaugh, Graeme McCarrel, Ian Tetley, Scott Bailey); 1997 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin, Don Walchuk, Rudy Ramcharan, Don Bartlett); 1996 _ Manitoba (Jeff Stoughton, Ken Tresoor, Garry Vandenberghe, Steve Gould); 1995 _ Manitoba (Kerry Burtnyk, Jeff Ryan, Rob Mekin, Keith Fenton); 1994 _ British Columbia (Rick Folk, Pat Ryan, Bert Gretzinger, Gerry Richard); 1993 _ Ontario (Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner); 1992 _ Manitoba (Vic Peters, Dan Carey, Chris Neufeld, Don Rudd); 1991 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin, Kevin Park, Dan Petryk, Don Bartlett).

1990 _ Ontario (Ed Werenich, John Kawaja, Ian Tetley, Pat Perroud); 1989 _ Alberta (Pat Ryan, Randy Ferbey, Don Walchuk, Don McKenzie); 1988 _ Alberta (Pat Ryan, Randy Ferbey, Don Walchuk, Don McKenzie); 1987 _ Ontario (Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Tim Belcourt, Kent Carstairs); 1986 _ Alberta (Ed Lukowich, John Ferguson, Neil Houston, Brent Syme); 1985 _ Northern Ontario (Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Ian Tetley, Pat Perroud); 1984 _ Manitoba (Mike Riley, Brian Toews, John Helston, Russ Wookey); 1983 _ Ontario (Ed Werenich, Paul Savage, John Kawaja, Neil Harrison); 1982 _ Northern Ontario (Al Hackner, Rick Lang, Bob Nicol, Bruce Kennedy); 1981 _ Manitoba (Kerry Burtnyk, Mark Olson, Jim Spencer, Ron Kammerlock); 1980 _ Saskatchewan (Rick Folk, Ron Mills, Tom Wilson, Jim Wilson).

MacDonald Brier

1979 _ Manitoba (Barry Fry, Bill Carey, Gord Sparkes, Bryan Wood); 1978 _ Alberta (Ed Lukowich, Mike Chernoff, Dale Johnston, Ron Schindle); 1977 _ Quebec (Jim Ursel, Art Lobel, Don Aitken, Brian Ross); 1976 _ Newfoundland (Jack McDuff, Toby McDonald, Doug Hudson, Ken Templeton); 1975 _ Northern Ontario (Bill Tetley, Rick Lang, Bill Hodgson, Peter Hnatiew); 1974 _ Alberta (Hec Gervais, Ron Anton, Warren Hansen, Darrel Sutton); 1973 _ Saskatchewan (Harvey Mazinke, Bill Martin, George Achtymichuk, Dan Klippenstein); 1972 _ Manitoba (Orest Meleschuk, Dave Romano, John Hanesiak, Pat Hailley); 1971 _ Manitoba (Don Duguid, Rod Hunter, Jim Pettapiece, Bryan Wood); 1970 _ Manitoba (Don Duguid, Rod Hunter, Jim Pettapiece, Bryan Wood).

1969 _ Alberta (Ron Northcott, Dave Gerlach, Bernie Sparkes, Fred Storey); 1968 _ Alberta (Ron Northcott, Jim Shields, Bernie Sparkes, Fred Storey); 1967 _ Ontario (Alf Phillips Jr., John Ross, Ron Manning, Keith Reilly); 1966 _ Alberta (Ron Northcott, George Fink, Bernie Sparkes, Fred Storey); 1965 _ Manitoba (Terry Braunstein, Don Duguid, Ron Braunstein, Ray Turnbull); 1964 _ British Columbia (Lyall Dagg, Leo Hebert, Fred Britton, Barry Naimark); 1963 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Sam Richardson, Mel Perry); 1962 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Sam Richardson, Wes Richardson); 1961 _ Alberta (Hec Gerais, Ron Anton, Ray Werner, Wally Ursuliak); 1960 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Sam Richardson, Wes Richardson).

1959 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson, Arnold Richardson, Sam Richardson, Wes Richardson); 1958 _ Alberta (Matt Baldwin, Jack Geddes, Gordon Haynes, Bill Price); 1957 _ Alberta (Matt Baldwin, Gordon Haynes, Art Kleinmeyer, Bill Price); 1956 _ Manitoba (Billy Walsh, Al Langlois, Cy White, Andy McWilliams); 1955 _ Saskatchewan (Garnet Campbell, Don Campbell, Glen Campbell, Lloyd Campbell); 1954 _ Alberta (Matt Baldwin, Glenn Gray, Pete Ferry, Jim Collins); 1953 _ Manitoba (Ab Gowanlock, Jim Williams, Art Pollon, Russ Jackman); 1952 _ Manitoba (Billy Walsh, Al Langois), Andy McWilliams, John Watson); 1951 _ Nova Scotia (Don Oyler, George Hanson, Fred Dyke, Wally Knock); 1950 _ Northern Ontario (Tim Ramsay, Len Williamson, Bill Weston, Billy Kenny).

1949 _ Manitoba (Ken Watson, Grant Watson, Lyle Dyker, Charles Read); 1948 _ British Columbia (Frenchy D’Amour, Bob McGhie, Fred Wendell, Jim Mark); 1947 _ Manitoba (Jimmy Welsh, Alex Welsh, Jack Reid, Harry Monk); 1946 _ Alberta (Bill Rose, Bart Swelin, Austin Smith, George Crooks); 1943-45 _ No championships played; 1942 _ Manitoba (Ken Watson, Grant Watson, Charlie Scrymgeour, Jim Grant); 1941 _ Alberta (Howard Palmer, Jack Lebeau, Art Gooder, Clare Webb); 1940 _ Manitoba (Howard Wood, Ernie Pollard, Howard Wood Jr., Roy Enman).

1939 _ Ontario (Bert Hall, Perry Hall, Erniue Parkes, Cam Seagram); 1938 _ Manitoba (Ab Gowanlock, Bung Cartmell, Bill McKnight, Tom Knight); 1937 _ Alberta (Cliff Manahan, Wes Robinson, Ross Manahan, Lloyd McIntyre); 1936 _ Manitoba (Ken Watson, Grant Watson, Marvin McIntyre, Charles Kerr); 1935 _ Ontario (Gordon Campbell, Don Campbell, Gord Coates, Duncan Campgell); 1934 _ Manitoba (Leo Johnson, Lorne Stewart, Linc Johnson, Marno Frederickson); 1933 _ Alberta (Cliff Manahan, Harold Deeton, Harold Wolfe, Bert Ross); 1932 _ Manitoba (Jimmy Congalton, Howard Wood, Bill Noble, Harry Mawhinney); 1931 _ Manitoba (Bob Gourlay, Ernie Pollard, Arnold Lockerbie, Ray Stewart).

1930 _ Manitoba (Howard Wood, Jimmy Congalton, Victor Wood, Lionel Wood); 1929 _ Manitoba (Gordon Hudson, Don Rollo, Ron Singbusch, Bill Grant); 1928 _ Manitoba (Gordon Hudson, Sam Penwarden, Ron Singbusch, Bill Grant); 1927 _ Nova Scotia (Murray Macneill, Al MacInnes, Cliff Torey, Jim Donahoe).

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