Team Canada third John Morris follows as second Carter Rycroft (right) and lead Nolan Thiessen (left) sweep his rock during round robin competition against Team Newfoundland and Labrador at the Brier curling championship, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Team Canada third John Morris follows as second Carter Rycroft (right) and lead Nolan Thiessen (left) sweep his rock during round robin competition against Team Newfoundland and Labrador at the Brier curling championship, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 in Ottawa. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Champions at The Brier list

Brier champions since the inception of the Canadian men’s curling championship in 1927 (skip in parentheses):

Tim Hortons Brier

2020 _ Newfoundland & Labrador (Brad Gushue)

2019 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe)

2018 _ Team Canada (Brad Gushue)

2017 _ Newfoundland & Labrador (Brad Gushue)

2016 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe)

2015 _ Team Canada (John Morris)

2014 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe)

2013 _ Northern Ontario (Brad Jacobs)

2012 _ Ontario (Glenn Howard)

2011 _ Manitoba (Jeff Stoughton)

2010 _ Alberta (Kevin Koe)

2009 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin)

2008 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin)

2007 _ Ontario (Glenn Howard)

2006 _ Quebec (Jean-Michel Menard)

2005 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey)

Nokia Brier

2004 _ Nova Scotia (Mark Dacey)

2003 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey)

2002 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey)

2001 _ Alberta (Randy Ferbey)

Labatt Brier

2000 _ British Columbia (Greg McAulay)

1999 _ Manitoba (Jeff Stoughton)

1998 _ Ontario (Wayne Middaugh)

1997 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin)

1996 _ Manitoba (Jeff Stoughton)

1995 _ Manitoba (Kerry Burtnyk)

1994 _ British Columbia (Rick Folk)

1993 _ Ontario (Russ Howard)

1992 _ Manitoba (Vic Peters)

1991 _ Alberta (Kevin Martin)

1990 _ Ontario (Ed Werenich)

1989 _ Alberta (Pat Ryan)

1988 _ Alberta (Pat Ryan)

1987 _ Ontario (Russ Howard)

1986 _ Alberta (Ed Lukowich)

1985 _ Northern Ontario (Al Hackner)

1984 _ Manitoba (Mike Riley)

1983 _ Ontario (Ed Werenich)

1982 _ Northern Ontario (Al Hackner)

1981 _ Manitoba (Kerry Burtnyk)

1980 _ Saskatchewan (Rick Folk)

MacDonald Brier

1979 _ Manitoba (Barry Fry)

1978 _ Alberta (Ed Lukowich)

1977 _ Quebec (Jim Ursel)

1976 _ Newfoundland (Jack McDuff)

1975 _ Northern Ontario (Bill Tetley)

1974 _ Alberta (Hec Gervais)

1973 _ Saskatchewan (Harvey Mazinke)

1972 _ Manitoba (Orest Meleschuk)

1971 _ Manitoba (Don Duguid)

1970 _ Manitoba (Don Duguid)

1969 _ Alberta (Ron Northcott)

1968 _ Alberta (Ron Northcott)

1967 _ Ontario (Alf Phillips, Jr.)

1966 _ Alberta (Ron Northcott)

1965 _ Manitoba (Terry Braunstein)

1964 _ British Columbia (Lyall Dagg)

1963 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson)

1962 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson)

1961 _ Alberta (Hec Gerais)

1960 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson)

1959 _ Saskatchewan (Ernie Richardson)

1958 _ Alberta (Matt Baldwin)

1957 _ Alberta (Matt Baldwin)

1956 _ Manitoba (Billy Walsh)

1955 _ Saskatchewan (Garnet Campbell)

1954 _ Alberta (Matt Baldwin)

1953 _ Manitoba (Ab Gowanlock)

1952 _ Manitoba (Billy Walsh)

1951 _ Nova Scotia (Don Oyler)

1950 _ Northern Ontario (Tim Ramsay)

1949 _ Manitoba (Ken Watson)

1948 _ British Columbia (Frenchy D’Amour)

1947 _ Manitoba (Jimmy Welsh)

1946 _ Alberta (Bill Rose)

1943-45 _ Tournament Not Held.

1942 _ Manitoba (Ken Watson)

1941 _ Alberta (Howard Palmer)

1940 _ Manitoba (Howard Wood)

1939 _ Ontario (Bert Hall)

1938 _ Manitoba (Ab Gowanlock)

1937 _ Alberta (Cliff Manahan)

1936 _ Manitoba (Ken Watson)

1935 _ Ontario (Gordon Campbell)

1934 _ Manitoba (Leo Johnson)

1933 _ Alberta (Cliff Manahan)

1932 _ Manitoba (Jimmy Congalton)

1931 _ Manitoba (Bob Gourlay)

1930 _ Manitoba (Howard Wood)

1929 _ Manitoba (Gordon Hudson)

1928 _ Manitoba (Gordon Hudson)

1927 _ Nova Scotia (Murray MacNeill)

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