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NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS

Below are listed, where known, the champion clubs of the Northern Division (Ottawa-centred). In 1966, the division was renamed to Eastern Ontario. If and when other divisional champions become known, they will be added to this list.

For the points totals, please click on the individual years.

EASTERN ONTARIO DIVISION CHAMPIONS
NORTHERN DIVISION Championships
Introduction of the Smith-Premier Trophy
Year Location
Champion
1904
Aug 13
Ottawa, ON
Lac Deschênes
Ottawa Canoe Club (1)
1905
July 8
Ottawa, ON 
Rideau Canal
Rideau Canoe Club (1)
1906
July 28
Ottawa, ON 3
Ottawa River
New Edinburgh Canoe Club (1)
TIE
Britannia Boat House Club (1)
TIE
1907
Aug 3
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
New Edinburgh Canoe Club (2)
1908
Aug 1
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
New Edinburgh Canoe Club (3)
1909
July 31
Ottawa, ON 
Lac Deschênes
New Edinburgh Canoe Club (4)
1910
July 23
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
New Edinburgh Canoe Club (5)
1911
July 29
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Britannia Boat House Club (2)
1912
July 28 - Aug 1
Ottawa, ON 
Lac Deschênes
Britannia Boat House Club (3)
1913
July 26
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
New Edinburgh Canoe Club (6)
1914
July 25/31
Ottawa, ON 
Lac Deschênes /
Ottawa River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (8)
1915
July 24
CarletoniPlace,iON
Mississippi River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (9)
1916
Aug 19
Ottawa, ON 
Rideau Canal
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club * (10)
1917
Aug 11
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club * (11)
1918
Aug 5
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club * (12)
1919
July 26
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (13)
1920
July 24
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (14)
1921
July 23
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (15)
1922
July 22
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (16)
1923
July 21
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Aquatic Club (2)
1924
July 26
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (17)
Introduction of the Royal Victoria Yacht Club Trophy
1925
July 18
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Aquatic Club (3)
1926
July 24
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Aquatic Club (4)
1927
July 23
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (18)
1928
July 21
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (19)
1929
July 20
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (20)
1930
Aug 2
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (1)
1931
July 18
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club  (2) 
1932
July 30
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club  (3) 
1933
July 22
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (4)
1934
July 21
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (5)
1935
July 20
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (6)
1936
July 18
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (7)
1937
July 24
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (21) 1
1938
July 23
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (1)
1939
July 22
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (2)
1940
July 20
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (22)
1941
July 26
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club (23)
1942
August 15
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Carleton Place Canoe Club 4
1943 No Championships
1944 No Championships
1945 No Championships
1946
July 20
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (3)
1947
July 19
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (8)
1948
July 24
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (9)
1949
July 23
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (10)
1950
July 29
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (11)
1951
July 21 -22
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (12)
1952
July 19
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (4)
1953
July 18
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Rideau Canoe Club (5)
1954
July 24
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (6)
1955
July 23
Ottawa, ON 
Ottawa River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (13)
1956
July 21
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Rideau Canoe Club (7)
1957
July 27
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (8)
1958
July 26
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (9)
1959
July 18
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (10) 1
1960
July 23
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Rideau Canoe Club (11)
1961
July 29
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (12) 2
1962
July 28
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (5)
1963
July 27
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (14)
1964
July 25
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (15)
1965
July 31
Gananoque,iON
St. Lawrence River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (16)
1966
July 30
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club (17)
EASTERN ONTARIO DIVISION Championships
Year Location
Champion
1967
July 22
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Carleton Place Canoe Club (6)
1968
July 27
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Carleton Place Canoe Club (7)
1969
July 26
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (8)
1970
July 25
Kingston,iON
Cataraqui River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (9)
1971
July 31
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Carleton Place Canoe Club (10)
1972
July 29
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Carleton Place Canoe Club (11)
1973
July 28
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Carleton Place Canoe Club (12)
1974
July 27
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (13)
1975
July 26-27
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (13) 1
1976
Aug 7
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (14)
1977
Aug 6
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (15)
1978
Aug 5
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (16)
1979
July 29
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (17)
1980
July 26
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (18)
1981
Aug 9
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Carleton Place Canoe Club (14)
1982
July 24
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (19)
1983
July 23
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (20)
1984
July 28
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (21)
Introduction of the Grand Aggregate Trophy
1985
July 28
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
Rideau Canoe Club (22)
1986
July 26
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (23)
1987
July 25
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (24)
1988
July 23
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (25)
1989
July 23
North Bay, ON
Trout Lake
North Bay Canoe Club (4) 5
1990
July 23
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
North Bay Canoe Club (5)
1991
July 27
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club (26)
1992
July 25
North Bay, ON
Trout Lake
Rideau Canoe Club (27)
1993
July 21
CarletoniPlace,iON 
Mississippi River
   
1994
July 30 -31
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
1995
Aug 4
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
1996
Aug 3
North Bay, ON
Trout Lake
Rideau Canoe Club
1997
Aug 2
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
   
1998
Aug 1
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
   
1999
Aug 7
North Bay, ON
Trout Lake
   
2000
July 29
Sydenham, ON 
Sydenham Lake
Rideau Canoe Club

2001
Aug 4-5

Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2002
Aug 3
North Bay, ON
Trout Lake
   
2003
     
2004
Aug 15 
Sydenham, ON 
Sydenham Lake
   
2005
Aug 14
 
Rideau Canoe Club
2006
Aug 4
     
2007
July 28 -29
Sydenham, ON 
Sydenham Lake
   
2008
Aug 9-10
Sydenham, ON 
Sydenham Lake
   
2009
Aug 9
Sydenham, ON 
Sydenham Lake
   
Discontinuation of Grand Aggregate Winner **
2010-Present are merely approximate points tabulations from the qualifying regatta results and are unofficial
2010
July 31-Aug 1
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2011
July 30-Aug 1
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2012
Aug 4-6
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
   
2013
Aug 10-11 
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
   
2014
Aug 2-4
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
   
2015
Aug 1-2
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2016
Aug 5-7
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2017
July 29-30
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2018
Aug 10-11
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2019
July 27-28
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2020
No Championships
2021
July 24-25
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
2022
July July 31-Aug 1
Ottawa, ON 
Mooney's Bay
Rideau Canoe Club
     
* 1916-1918 were run during World War 1.

1 The Grand Aggregate winners are engraved on the Victoria Yacht Club Trophy which was in effect from 1925 to 1984 before being transferred to Juvenile Men's K4. There are three plates on the trophy that conflict with newspaper reports that very clearly indicate the 1937 winner as Ottawa-New Edinburgh (not Gananoque), the 1959 winner as Rideau (not Carleton Place) and the 1975 winner as Carleton Place (not Rideau). Thankfully these are the only plates that do not reflect the overall grand aggregate winner.
2 The Ottawa Citizen reports that Rideau has won the divisional title 10 consecutive years. They probably mean 10 total times (since their first win in 1923 (1905 not being an official championship) OR they could be referring to the tenth win of the Victoria Yacht Club Trophy, introduced in 1925.
3 The Ottawa Journal reports the results of these events but seems to only list first and second place for most of the races. It is unknown if there were 3rd place finishers simply not published. Otherwise, New Edinburgh and Britannia tied on 16 points each.
4 The Ottawa New Edinburgh Canoe Club managed to throw together an invitational meet by mid-August which was stated in the Ottawa Journal to stand as the de facto North Division Championship.
5
North Bay won the Western Ontario Division Championships 3 times from 1981-1983. That would make 1989 their 4th overall Divisional title.

** The overall champion for the Eastern Ontario Division seems to have fallen out of practice sometime after the turn of the century but it is difficult to ascertain when considering that there are so few documents or articles available. It is likely that sometime around 2010 points were no longer tabulated and the focus became solely one of qualifying boats for the National Championships. Anything after this point is tabulated purely out of my own interest to see what the points totals would have been if the practice were still in place.

       

NORTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHIES

Championship

Smith-Premier Trophy

(introduced 1904, transferred to Mile C15 1925)
 
 
 
 

Victoria Yacht Club Trophy

(introduced 1925, transferred to Juvenile Men K4 by 1985)
Victoria Yacht Club
As reported in the Ottawa Journal, the introduction of the Victoria Yacht Club Trophy was made to the Rideau Aquatic Club on behalf of the former yacht club which had been destroyed by fire in 1922 and unable to rebuild. The presentation of the trophy was considered the last official act of the Aylmer club. The Trophy has been redesignated twice, firstly in 1985 from Grand Aggregate to Juvenile Men's K4 and again at some point in the 2010s to the U14 Divisional Champions.
 

Grand Aggregate Trophy

(present by 1985)
 
Senior Men C1

Commodore's Cup

(Present by 1915)
 
Senior Men C1

Jubilee Trophy

(introduced 1935; No longer present by 1993)
 
Senior Men C2

Cecil Lavalley Trophy

(introduced 1952; No longer present by 1993)
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club
 
Senior Men C4

James MacIsaac Trophy

(Introduced 1951; No longer present by 1993)
 
1/4 Mile C15

Rosenthal Trophy

(present by 1904; No longer present by 1993)
This may have been a Britannia club regatta trophy
1/2 Mile C15

Perney Tubman Trophy

Present by 1919; Won outright by ONECC 1928
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club
Likely donated by William Tubman. Ray Tubman was the stroke of the Ottawa war canoe in 1919 when the trophy was presented.
 
 
 

Wm. Caldwell Trophy

(present by 1932; No longer present by 1993)
 
Mile C15

Cramm Perpetual Challenge Cup

(introduced 1918)
 

Smith-Premier Trophy

(transferred from Championship 1925; likely replaced by Linklatter)
 
 
 

Linklatter Trophy

(introduced by Gananoque, 1951; No longer present by 1993)
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club
 
Junior Men C1

Solloway Mills Trophy

(No longer present by 1993)
 
 

Duford Trophy

(introduced 1929, transferred to Bantam Men K2 2017)
 
 
 
 
 
Junior Men C2

Fulford Trophy

(No longer present by 1993)
 
Junior Men C4

Malo Cup

(introduced 1923; No longer present by 1993)
 
Intermediate Men C1

Vice Commodore's Cup

(Present by 1915)
 
Intermediate Men C2

Bud Somerville Memorial Trophy

(introduced 1936; No longer present by 1993)
Rideau Aquatic Club 
'Bud' Somerville was a member of the Rideau Aquatic Club who tragically drowned in Lake Deschenes over the weekend of July 13-14, 1925.
 
Ladies C15

Courtney Cup

(introduced 1924; No longer present by 1993)
Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club
The Courtney Cup was presented by Mrs. R. M. Courtney, through Bill Crowe of Ottawa-New Edinburgh Canoe Club, at the Northern Division annual meeting in May of 1924. Upon acceptance, the Ladies' C15 event was officially added to the Divisional Championship program.
 
 

Juvenile Men C1

Dave Findlay Trophy

(present by 1979; transferred to Bantam Women C1 2017)
Carleton Place Canoe Club
Mr. Findlay was involved with CPCC from an early age until his death in September 2010. As a paddler he won Canadian Championship medals in several events. He developed a vision that CPCC, despite being a small club, could compete on a national level. Mr. Findlay was also involved with CKC for over 20 years, serving as Treasurer and Committee member, as well as Commodore in 1963. He took on national team duties during the 1970’s and was Manager of the 1976 Olympic Team. In 1987 he was appointed Honourary CCA Commodore and in 1988 he received the R. Edgar Gilbert Award, the highest honour in the sport.
Juvenile Men C2

Hollebone Challenge Trophy

(present by 1993)
 
Juvenile Men C4

W. J. Wilson Trophy

(present by 1979)
 
Juvenile Men C15

William Edwards Trophy

(present by 1953)
 
Juvenile Men K1

Blair Bittle Trophy

(present by 1993)
 
Juvenile Men K2

Pommerville Trophy

(present by 1985)
Carleton Place Canoe Club
 
Juvenile Men K4

Ideal Candy Trophy

(introduced 1969)
 

Victoria Yacht Club Trophy

(transferred from Grand Aggregate by 1985; transferred 20?? to U14 Divisional Champion)
Victoria Yacht Club
As reported in the Ottawa Journal, the introduction of the Victoria Yacht Club Trophy was made to the Rideau Aquatic Club on behalf of the former yacht club which had been destroyed by fire in 1922 and unable to rebuild. The presentation of the trophy was considered the last official act of the Aylmer club. The Trophy has been redesignated twice, firstly in 1985 from Grand Aggregate to Juvenile Men's K4 and again at some point in the 2010s to the U14 Divisional Champions.
 

Midget Men C1

Mike Scott Trophy

(present by 1993)
Rideau Canoe Club
Since 1949, R. Patrick "Mike" Scott had been a Rideau man, a canoe man. It's hard to find his name in the record books, but there are many a Rideau paddler who acknowledges Mike as the man who motivated success at Rideau through the "Scott" years. He worked hand in hand with that other dedicated Rideau man, Ken Stroulger, and as Ken relinquished his caring concern which comes with age, Mike Scott filled the breach. Mike served as Rideau's Commodore for 15 years when the trophy was donated. With Mike, anything and everything seems possible: he chaired eight National Championship regattas in Ottawa, a driver for the National Team van, national and provincial Team Manager, even a replacement for a departed member of the national office staff. He did it all. In 1985 Mike completed his 25th successive year as Commodore and thirty-three years on the Board of Directors. Mike was honoured by his sport with the Edgar Gilbert Award for Builder in 1985.
Midget Men C15

Gord Brown Trophy

(introduced 1980)
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club
 
Midget Women K1

Tyson Trophy

(present by 1993)
 
Midget Women C4

Lori MacDonald Trophy

(introduced 1995, transferred to Bantam Women's C15 2017)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Midget Women C15

Brother McQuarrie Trophy

(present by 1966)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Crain & Schooley Trophy

(present by 1985)
 

EASTERN ONTARIO DIVISION U14 CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHIES

Bantam Men C4

Brother McQuarrie Trophy

(present by 1966; transferred to Bantam Men C4 after 1980)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bantam Men C15

Branch No. 92 Canadian Legion Trophy

(present by 1980 specifically not presented in 1979, but may predate)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bantam Men K1

Wallis Trophy

(introduced 1995)
Gananoque Motorboat & Canoe Club
 
Bantam Men K2

Duford Trophy

(transferred from Junior Men C1 in 2017)
 
 
 
 
 
Bantam Men K4

Day's Inn Trophy

(introduced 1995)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bantam Women K1

Linda Thom Trophy

(introduced 1991; Replaced 2018)
Linda Thom is a Canadian Olympic gold medal-winning shooter. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, she won a gold medal in the women's 25 m Pistol event becoming the first Canadian woman to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1928 and the first Canadian to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1968. She was selected to carry Canada's flag at the closing ceremonies. In 1985, she was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 1984, she was awarded the Velma Springstead Trophy, an award presented annually to Canada's outstanding female athlete, and was named female amateur athlete of the year by the Sports Federation of Canada. In 1986, she was inducted into the City of Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame. In 1992, she was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
Bantam Women K2

Linda Thom Trophy

(introduced 1991)
Linda Thom is a Canadian Olympic gold medal-winning shooter. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, she won a gold medal in the women's 25 m Pistol event becoming the first Canadian woman to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1928 and the first Canadian to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1968. She was selected to carry Canada's flag at the closing ceremonies. In 1985, she was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 1984, she was awarded the Velma Springstead Trophy, an award presented annually to Canada's outstanding female athlete, and was named female amateur athlete of the year by the Sports Federation of Canada. In 1986, she was inducted into the City of Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame. In 1992, she was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
Bantam Women K4

Linda Thom Trophy

(introduced 1991)
Linda Thom is a Canadian Olympic gold medal-winning shooter. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, she won a gold medal in the women's 25 m Pistol event becoming the first Canadian woman to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1928 and the first Canadian to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1968. She was selected to carry Canada's flag at the closing ceremonies. In 1985, she was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 1984, she was awarded the Velma Springstead Trophy, an award presented annually to Canada's outstanding female athlete, and was named female amateur athlete of the year by the Sports Federation of Canada. In 1986, she was inducted into the City of Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame. In 1992, she was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
Bantam Women C1

David Findlay Trophy

(transferred from Juvenile Men C1 in 2017)
Carleton Place Canoe Club
Mr. Findlay was involved with CPCC from an early age until his death in September 2010. As a paddler he won Canadian Championship medals in several events. He developed a vision that CPCC, despite being a small club, could compete on a national level. Mr. Findlay was also involved with CKC for over 20 years, serving as Treasurer and Committee member, as well as Commodore in 1963. He took on national team duties during the 1970’s and was Manager of the 1976 Olympic Team. In 1987 he was appointed Honourary CCA Commodore and in 1988 he received the R. Edgar Gilbert Award, the highest honour in the sport.
Bantam Women C4

Linda Thom Trophy

(introduced 1993)
Linda Thom is a Canadian Olympic gold medal-winning shooter. At the 1984 Summer Olympics, she won a gold medal in the women's 25 m Pistol event becoming the first Canadian woman to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1928 and the first Canadian to win a gold medal in the summer Olympics since 1968. She was selected to carry Canada's flag at the closing ceremonies. In 1985, she was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 1984, she was awarded the Velma Springstead Trophy, an award presented annually to Canada's outstanding female athlete, and was named female amateur athlete of the year by the Sports Federation of Canada. In 1986, she was inducted into the City of Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame. In 1992, she was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
Bantam Women C15

Pooh Bell Trophy

(introduced 1980)
Carleton Place Canoe Club
Ruby 'Pooh' Bell served as Flag Officer of the Eastern Ontario Division from 1982-1983. She was instrumental in the formation of the Cloverleaf Regatta to be contested by U14 paddlers from three division.

Lori MacDonald Trophy

(transferred from Midget Women C4 in 2017)