Select a year below to get Canadian Champions and Provincial Standings.

1989 OTTAWA1990 OTTAWA1991 MONTREAL1992 MONTREAL1993 EDMONTON
1994 ST. JOHN'S1995 TORONTO1996 FREDERICTON1997 MONTREAL1998 WINNIPEG
1999 SUMMERSIDE2000 CALGARY2001 TORONTO2002 ST. JOHN'S2003 MONTREAL
2004 WINNIPEG2005 OTTAWA2006 MONCTON2007 QUEBEC CITY2008 EDMONTON
2009 TORONTO2010 MONTREAL2011 VICTORIA2012 HALIFAX2013 OTTAWA
2014 WINNIPEG2015 QUEBEC CITY2016 REGINA2017 TORONTO2018 ST. JOHN'S

Abbreviation/Abréviations: AB (Alberta), BC (British Columbia/Colombie-Britannique), MB (Manitoba), NB (New Brunswick/Nouveau-Brunswick), NL (Newfoundland & Labrador/Terre-Neuve), NS (Nova Scotia/Nouvele-Écosse), NW (Northwest Territories/Territoires du Nord-Ouest), ON (Ontario), PE (Prince Edward Island/Ile-du-Prince-Édouard), QC (Quebec/Québec), SK (Saskatchewan).

 

Players who won the most Canadian Chess Challenge championships between 1989 and 2018.

Includes players with 3 titles and more, after nationals 2018.
 

9 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Tanraj Sohal, BC

8 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Adam Dorrance, NS
  • Lefong Hua, QC
  • Lloyd Mai, ON

7 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Anthony Castillo, QC (in grade 4 when CCC started in 1989)
  • Christopher Knox, ON
  • Haoyuan Wang, ON

6 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Nikita Kraiouchkine, QC
  • Shiyam Thivandiran, ON

5 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Janak Awatramani, BC
  • Richard Chen, ON (currently Grade 11)
  • Andrew Ho, BC
  • Qiuyu Huang, QC (currently Grade 7)

4 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Arthur Calugar, ON
  • Pascal Charbonneau, QC
  • Joshua Doknjas, BC (currently Grade 10)
  • Nameer Issani, ON (currently Grade 6)
  • Michael Kleinman, ON
  • Razvan Preotu, ON
  • Nicholas Vettesse, ON (currently Grade 8)

3 NATIONAL TITLES

  • Anthony Atanasov, ON (currently Grade 4)
  • Max Chen, ON (currently Grade 5)