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Canadian Academic Quiz League - Tournament Results

This list is in reverse chronological order. Click on the tournament name to see a detailed report.

2013 — 2014

Cane Ridge Revival

March 16, 2014


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  University of Chicago and Dartmouth College
Playing:  7 open teams
Champions:  University of Michigan
 
MUT Mirror

March 15, 2014


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  University of Minnesota
Playing:  8 teams of undergraduates, from 5 different universities
Champions:  University of Ottawa
 
SUBMIT

March 9, 2014


Location:  Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  participating teams
Playing:  8 open teams
Champions:  Jordan Palmer Superteam
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament IX

March 8, 2014


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  15 teams, from 7 universities and 1 high school
Champions:  "The Bald Soprano in Britney Spears"
 
Academic Competition Federation Eastern Canada Regional Tournament

February 22, 2014


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participating teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  8 teams, from 5 different universities and one high school
Champions:  University of Waterloo
 
NAQT Canada Sectional Tournament

February 8, 2014


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  6 Division I teams and 8 Division II teams, from 8 different universities and colleges.
Champions:  The University of Alberta won Division I, and McGill University won Division II.
 
ACF Fall Tournament

November 9, 2013


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  participating teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  8 teams, from 7 different universities
Champions:  the University of Ottawa was overall champion;
Waterloo A won Division 2 and undergraduate titles
 
Penn Bowl mirror

October 27, 2013


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  the University of Pennsylvania
Playing:  9 teams, from 6 universities and 1 college
Champions:  Alberta A defeated Ottawa in final
 
Michigan Fall Tournament mirror

October 26, 2013


Location:  Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  participating teams
Playing:  12 teams, from 6 universities and 1 high school
Champions:  Alberta S defeated Alberta T in final
 
Collegiate Novice IV at Waterloo and Carleton

October 5, 2013


Locations:  University of Waterloo, ON;
and Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  10 teams at Waterloo, from 4 different universities;
10 teams at Carleton, from 4 different universities
Champions:  At Waterloo, Waterloo D defeated McMaster B in final;
At Carleton, McGill B defeated Carleton B in final
 

2012 — 2013

Geography Monstrosity 5

August 17, 2013


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  8 open teams, total of 14 players
 
VCU Open mirror

August 17, 2013


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  8 open teams, total of 26 players
Champions:  "Patrick and Friends" team
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open XV
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open


July 27, 2013


Locations:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver;
and University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  7 open teams in Vancouver, total of 23 players;
5 open teams in Toronto, total of 19 players
Champions:  University of Washington B won in Vancouver;
Wife of B'Ath Party (U of T alumni) won in Toronto
 
Schindler's Lit

July 13, 2013


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  Max Schindler
Playing:  8 open teams, total of 18 players
Champions:  "Captain Poetry and Madame X" team
 
Missouri Open mirror

July 13, 2013


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  University of Missouri quizbowlers
Playing:  8 open teams, total of 23 players
Champions:  McGill University
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament VIII

March 17, 2013


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  11 open teams
Champions:  "I ran Zafar Away" beat McGill University in final
 
MUT Mirror

March 16, 2013


Location:  Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  University of Minnesota
Playing:  9 teams, from 7 different universities
Champions:  University of Toronto
 
Academic Competition Federation Canadian Regionals

February 23, 2013


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  4 teams, from 4 different universities
Champions:  Ottawa won overall; Waterloo won Division II
 
NAQT Canada Sectional Tournament

February 9, 2013


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  6 Division I teams and 6 Division II teams, from 8 different universities and colleges.
Champions:  The University of Ottawa won Division I, and the University of Toronto won Division II.
 
Minnesota Open V Mirror

January 20, 2013


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  University of Minnesota
Playing:  6 teams, from 5 different universities and one college
Champions:  University of Ottawa defeated Algonquin College in final
 
Delta Burke Mirror

January 19, 2013


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  Chris Borglum of Valencia College, Florida
Playing:  9 teams, from 7 different universities
Champions:  University of Waterloo
 
Quizzing U About Real Knowledge

November 10, 2012


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  the University of Michigan
Playing:  7 teams, from 4 universities, 1 high school, and 1 of free agents
Champions:  McGill University defeated the University of Ottawa in final
 
ACF Fall Tournament

November 3, 2012


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  8 teams, from 6 different universities
Champions:  A team from McMaster University won; a team from the University of Waterloo won the Undergraduate and Division II titles.
 
Penn-ance

October 20, 2012


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  a group of experienced quiz bowlers
Playing:  6 teams, from 5 universities and 1 high school
Champions:  The University of Toronto defeated the University of Ottawa in final
 
Early Autumn Collegiate Novice Tournament

September 29, 2012


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  6 teams, from 4 different universities
Champions:  The University of Guelph defeated the University of Western Ontario in final
 

2011 — 2012

KABO Mirror

August 18, 2012


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  Kurtis and Ashvin
Playing:  6 open teams, total of 25 players
Champions:  Ottawa defeated McMaster in final
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open XIV
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open


July 28, 2012


Locations:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver;
and University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  7 open teams in Vancouver, total of 25 players;
5 open teams in Toronto, total of 15 players
Champions:  Bellevue won in Vancouver;
Jay won in Toronto
 
MUT Mirror

March 17, 2012


Location:  University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  Teams participating in the Minnesota Undergraduate Tournament
Playing:  8 teams, from 6 different universities
Champions:  Michigan State University
 
NAQT Canada Sectional Tournament

February 4, 2012


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  4 Division I teams and 11 Division II teams, from 8 different universities.
Champions:  The University of Guelph won Division I, and a team from the University of Toronto won Division II.
 
ACF Fall Tournament

November 5, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  14 teams, from 10 different universities
Champions:  University of Alberta
 
MAGNI Mirror

October 29, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  5 teams, from 5 different universities
Champions:  McMaster University
 
VCU Trash Mirror

October 16, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  5 open teams, total of 11 players
Champions:  Victor + Sheridan
 
Missiles of October Mirror

October 15, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  4 teams, from 4 different universities
Champions:  McMaster University
 
Early Autumn Collegiate Novice Tournament

October 1, 2011


Location:  University of Western Ontario, London, ON
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  6 teams, from 3 different universities
Champions:  The University of Buffalo defeated McMaster University in final
 

2010 — 2011

COLT mirror

August 7, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowl players
Playing:  7 open teams, total of 31 players
Champions:  "The Beautiful People" from Ottawa
 
Moon Pie mirror

August 6, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowl players
Playing:  7 open teams, total of 31 players
Champions:  team Will et al.
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open XIII
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open


July 23, 2011


Locations:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver;
and University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  8 open teams in Vancouver, total of 26 players;
4 open teams in Toronto
Champions:  Bellevue-Boise won in Vancouver
 
BLASTOISE mirror

May 21, 2011


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  Lisgar and participating teams in Ottawa
Playing:  10 open teams
 
Bell-Lisgar Academic & Sexy Trash Open Inside the South-East

March 26, 2011


Location:  Lisgar Collegiate Institute, Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  9 open teams, from 1 university, 3 high schools, and 2 mixed groups
Champions:  mixed team of Jordan Palmer et al. beat the University of Ottawa in final.
 
MUT Mirror

March 19, 2011


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  University of Minnesota
Playing:  5 teams, from 4 different universities
Champions:  Ohio State University
 
NAQT Canada Sectional Tournament

February 5, 2011


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  6 Division I teams and 9 Division II teams, from 7 different universities.
Champions:  A team from the University of Toronto won Division I, a team from the University of Western Ontario won the Division I undergraduate title, and a team from the University of Guelph won Division II.
 
Terrapin Invitational Mirror

January 22, 2011


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  members of participating teams in Canada and U.S.A.
Playing:  9 teams, from 6 different universities
Champions:  hybrid "Anne Pfist" team
 
ACF Fall Tournament

November 6, 2010


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  6 teams, from 4 different universities
Champions:  University of Toronto
 
Early Fall Tournament

October 31, 2010


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  7 teams, from 6 different universities
Champions:  University of Western Ontario
 
Early Autumn Collegiate Novice Tournament at Waterloo and Ottawa

October 2, 2010


Locations:  University of Waterloo, ON, and University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  American quiz bowlers
Playing:  At Waterloo, 6 teams from 3 universities;
at Ottawa, 6 teams from the University of Ottawa
Champions:  The University of Toronto won in Waterloo;
"Rhinos" defeated "Turtles" in final in Ottawa
 

2009 — 2010

Must Go Fastererer:The Jeff Goldblum Memorial Trash Tournament

August 28, 2010


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  5 open teams
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open XII
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open


July 17, 2010


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC;
and McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  9 open teams in Vancouver, total of 30 players;
6 open teams in Hamilton, total of 22 players
Champions:  UBC Zarya won in Vancouver;
MTW - Team Jacob won in Hamilton
 
Andy's Non-Guerrilla Summer Tournament

July 10, 2010


Location:  University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  11 open teams, total of 42 players
Champions:  Team Awesome won
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament,
and Waterloo mirror


March 20, 2010


Locations:  University of Ottawa, ON;
and University of Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  10 open teams in Ottawa, from 3 universities, 1 high school, and 1 mixed group;
8 teams at Waterloo, from 4 universities
Champions:  At Ottawa, "Jordan's team" won.
At Waterloo, Toronto A won.
 
MUT Central Canada

March 13, 2010


Location:  University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
Questions by:  teams playing at the Minnesota Undergraduate Tournament
Playing:  8 teams of students from 5 universities
Champions:  Michigan A won
 
Academic Competition Federation Central Canadian Regionals

February 20, 2010


Location:  University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  4 teams of students from 3 universities
Champions:  McMaster A won
 
NAQT Canada Sectional Tournament
(Division I, Division II)


February 6, 2010


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  10 Division I teams and 10 Division II teams, from 10 different universities.
Champions:  A team from the University of Toronto won Division I, a team from the University of Michigan won the Division I undergraduate title, and a team from the University of Ottawa won Division II.
 
Terrapin Invitational Mirror

November 21, 2009


Location:  University of Guelph, Guelph, ON
Questions by:  participating teams including those at the original site in Maryland
Playing:  8 teams, from 5 Canadian universities
Champions:  the University of Toronto
 
TRASH Canadian regional

November 7, 2009


Location:  University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  13 open teams
Champions:  Toronto Rock City (from the University of Rochester)
 
ACF Fall Tournament

October 31, 2009


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation
Playing:  10 teams, from 6 different universities
Champions:  University of Toronto
 
THUNDER

October 24, 2009


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  8 teams, from 5 different universities and one high school
Champions:  The University of Guelph
 
Early Fall Tournament

October 3, 2009


Location:  University of Toronto, ON
Questions by:  American quizbowlers
Playing:  18 teams, from 9 different universities
Champions:  A University of Toronto team defeated a University of Michigan team in the playoffs
 

2008 — 2009

Must Go Faster:The Jeff Goldblum Memorial Trash Tournament

August 29, 2009


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  7 open teams
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open XI
and mirrors in Hamilton and Ottawa


July 18, 2009


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC; and McMaster University, Hamilton, ON; and the University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  participants, and editors
Playing:  6 open teams in Vancouver, total of 19 players;
10 open teams in Hamilton; 5 open teams in Ottawa, total of 19 players
Champions:  Oregon won in Vancouver;
Trivia Hall of Fame won in Ottawa
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament

March 14, 2009


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  9 open teams in Ottawa, from 2 universities, 1 high school, and 1 mixed group
Champions:  the nameless mixed team beat a McGill team in final.
 
NAQT Canada Sectional Tournament

February 7, 2009


Location:  Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  9 Division I teams and 13 Division II teams, from 10 different universities.
Champions:  A team from the University of Toronto won Division I; a team from McMaster University won Division II.
 
TRASH Canadian regional

November 15, 2008


Location:  University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  14 open teams
Champions:  American Bacon (from Rochester) defeated Wacky Deli Yeah! (from the University of Rochester) in final.
 
ACF Fall Tournament

November 8, 2008


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  teams in the Academic Competition Federation (now available for free download)
Playing:  12 teams, from 6 different universities.
Champions:  A team from the University of Toronto was overall champion; another team from the University of Toronto was Division 2 champion.
 

2007 — 2008

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open X
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open


July 19, 2008


Locations:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  8 open teams in Vancouver, total of 27 players;
7 open teams in Toronto, total of 30 players
Champions:  Toronto A defeated Ottawa in finals in Toronto;
UBC B defeated B2B in finals in Vancouver
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament,
and Western mirror


March 15, 2008


Locations:  University of Ottawa, ON;
and University of Western Ontario, London
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  11 open teams in Ottawa, from 3 universities, 1 high school, and 1 other group;
6 teams at UWO, from 4 universities
Champions:  In Ottawa, "The Leafs Will Make the Playoffs" won.
at UWO, the University of Toronto won.
 
NAQT Sectional Tournaments:
"Canada (East)"
and "Northwest"


February 9, 2008


Locations:  "Canada (East)" at Carleton University, Ottawa, ON;
"Northwest" at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  At Carleton, 4 Division I teams and 14 Division II teams, from 9 different universities;
at UBC, 4 teams from 3 different universities.
Champions:  At Carleton, teams from the University of Toronto won both Division I and Division II.
At UBC, a UBC team won the combined field.
 

2006 — 2007

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open IX
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open
and Trans-Canada Championship Match VII


June 30, 2007


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  5 open teams in Vancouver, total of 16 players;
7 open teams in Toronto, total of 26 players
Champions:  Consolation prize for furthest-traveled team in Toronto defeated UBC Pseudo in Vancouver in championship match
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament

March 24, 2007


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams
Playing:  16 open teams, from 8 universities and groups
Champions:  Triviahalloffame.com tied with Toronto "B all you can B" for championship
 
NAQT Sectional Tournaments:
"Canada (East)" (Division I, Division II)
and "Northwest"


February 10, 2007


Locations:  "Canada (East)" at Brock University, St. Catharines, ON;
"Northwest" at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  At Brock, 9 Division I teams and 15 Division II teams, from 11 different universities;
at UBC, 2 teams, from UBC and Simon Fraser University.
Champions:  At Brock, teams from the University of Toronto won both Division I and Division II; the University of Ottawa won the Division I undergraduate title.
At UBC, the UBC team won the Division I title, the undergraduate title, and the Division II title.
 
British Columbia Bowl V

November 18, 2006


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  participants in Ontario Bowl
Playing:  10 UBC students as individuals
Champions:  Fred won with the most points
 
Testing Recall About Strange Happenings "Great Lakes" regional

November 11, 2006


Location:  Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  19 open teams
Champions:  World's Smallest Cutest Yak from Pittsburgh went undefeated
 

2005 — 2006

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open VIII
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open
and Trans-Canada Championship Match VI


July 15, 2006


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  7 open teams in Vancouver, total of 23 players;
7 open teams in Toronto, total of 29 players
Champions:  UBC Pseudo in Vancouver defeated University of Toronto in Toronto in championship match
 
British Columbia Hybrid Tournament
(mirror of
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament)


March 25, 2006


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Questions by:  participating teams here and at the Ottawa Hybrid Tournament
Playing:  5 teams from UBC and Simon Fraser University
Champions:  A UBC team defeated an SFU team in final
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament

March 18, 2006


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams here and at the British Columbia mirror
Playing:  9 open teams, from 7 universities and groups
Champions:  McGill B defeated Trivia Hall of Famers in final
 
NAQT Sectional Tournaments:
"Canada (East)" (Division I, Division II)
and "Northwest"


February 11, 2006


Locations:  "Canada (East)" at McGill University, Montreal, QC;
"Northwest" at Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  At McGill, 6 Division I teams and 12 Division II teams, from 12 different universities;
at SFU, 6 teams, from SFU and the University of British Columbia.
Champions:  At McGill, a University of Ottawa team won both Division I and the undergraduate championship, and Queen's University won Division II;
at SFU, separate UBC teams won Division I, the undergraduate championship, and Division II.
 
Academic Competition Federation Pacific Northwest Regionals

February 4, 2006


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation (now available for free download)
Playing:  4 teams of students from SFU and the University of British Columbia
Champions:  UBC B won
 
Academic Competition Federation fall tournaments:
"Pacific Northwest / Western Canada"
and "Great Lakes"


November 12 — 13, 2005


Locations:  "Pacific Northwest / Western Canada" at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC;
"Great Lakes" at Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation (now available for free download)
Playing:  At UBC, 4 teams;
at Brock, 4 teams
Champions:  At UBC, UBC won;
At Brock, Alfred University won.
 
Testing Recall About Strange Happenings regionals:
"Northwest"
and "Great Lakes"


November 12 — 13, 2005


Locations:  "Northwest" at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC;
"Great Lakes" at Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  At UBC, 4 teams;
at Brock, 14 teams
Champions:  At UBC, The Book Whore (Carlos) won;
At Brock, Mike Keenan Employment Agency, LLC (Michigan alumni) and Michigan Overrated were named co-winners
 
Singles Action at Port Dalhousie Open

October 22, 2005


Location:  Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Questions by:  Brock of Simon Fraser University and Daniel of UBC
Playing:  5 single players and 1 double entry
Champion:  Adam of Toronto defeated Bobby of Toronto in final
 
Ontario Bowl

October 22, 2005


Location:  Brock University, St. Catharines, ON
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  4 teams from Brock, Toronto, and McMaster
Champions:  "Brock + Bobby" defeated a Toronto team in final
 
Singles Action on the St. Lawrence Seaway

October 15, 2005


Location:  McGill University, Montreal, QC
Questions by:  Brock of Simon Fraser University and Daniel of UBC
Playing:  individual players from Ottawa and McGill
Champion:  Andrew of McGill defeated Sarah of McGill in final
 
Quebec Bowl

October 15, 2005


Location:  McGill University, Montreal, QC
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  7 teams: 5 from McGill, 2 from University of Ottawa
Champions:  An Ottawa team defeated a McGill team in final
 
Singles Action at Wreck Beach Open III

September 24, 2005


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Brock of Simon Fraser University and Daniel of UBC
Playing:  14 individual players from SFU and UBC
Champion:  Carlos of SFU defeated Hanson of SFU in final
 
British Columbia Bowl IV

September 24, 2005


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  participants
Playing:  teams from UBC and Simon Fraser University
Champions:  UBC won in final
 

2004 — 2005

Count Chocula's Toilet Bowl IV

July 23, 2005


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  contributors to RC Cola Championship held at the University of Tennessee—Chattanooga in April
Playing:  6 players as singles
Champion:  Jack Brounstein won final
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open VII
and VETO's Eastern Trivia Open
and Trans-Canada Championship Match V


July 16, 2005


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants (now available for free download)
Playing:  7 open teams in Vancouver, total of 23 players;
8 open teams in Toronto, total of 27 players
Champions:  UBC A in Vancouver defeated "Teddy Bears of the Apocalypse" in Toronto in championship match
 
Clan Canadian Championship V

June 11, 2005


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  contributors to this year's BLaST, Moon Pie, Harrison Bergeron, Terrier Tussle and J'Accuse (some packets available for free download)
Playing:  5 open teams, total of 15 players
Champions:  UBC A won
 
British Columbia Hybrid Tournament
(mirror of Ottawa Hybrid Tournament)


March 26, 2005


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Questions by:  participating teams here and at the Ottawa Hybrid Tournament
Playing:  5 open teams
Champions:  "Ironic Insular Invertebrates" from UBC won
 
Ottawa Hybrid Tournament

March 19, 2005


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  hosts and participating teams here and at the British Columbia mirror
Playing:  14 open teams, from seven universities plus triviahalloffame.com
Champions:  "11-2" from Toronto won
 
Academic Competition Federation Pacific Northwest Regionals

February 26, 2005


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation (now available for free download)
Playing:  4 teams of students from SFU and the University of British Columbia
Champions:  UBC A won
 
NAQT Sectional Tournaments:
"Canadian"
and "Northwest"


February 5, 2005


Locations:  "Canadian" at University of Ottawa, ON;
"Northwest" at University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  At UO, 3 Division I teams and 8 Division II teams;
at UBC, 5 teams altogether
Champions:  At UO, Cornell University won Division I, and McGill University won both the undergraduate championship and Division II;
at UBC, a University of British Columbia team won the combined field.
 
Carleton Ottawa November Tournament of ACademic Trivia
(mirror of B.C. Bowl II, from 2003)


November 20, 2004


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  Brock of SFU, used for B.C. Bowl 2003
Playing:  5 teams, from U of O and Carleton University
Champions:  The Eigenteam (from U of O) won
 
TRASH Pacific Northwest Regionals

November 6, 2004


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  4 open teams from SFU and UBC
Champions:  Kenny G-Unit (from SFU) won in final
 
British Columbia Bowl III

October 2, 2004


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Brock of SFU
Playing:  5 teams: 3 from UBC, 2 from Simon Fraser University
Champions:  UBC won in final
 
Ontario Bowl
(mirror of B.C. Bowl III)


October 2, 2004


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  Brock of SFU, from B.C. Bowl III
Playing:  8 teams, from Ottawa, McGill, and Toronto
Champions:  Toronto defeated Ottawa + Andy Saunders in overall final;
Carleton defeated McGill in rookie final
 
Singles Action at Wreck Beach Open II

October 2, 2004


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Brock of Simon Fraser University
Playing:  9 individual players from SFU and UBC
Champion:  Hanson of SFU defeated Carlos of SFU in final
 
Singles Action at Rideau Canal Open

October 2, 2004


Location:  University of Ottawa, ON
Questions by:  Brock of SFU, from SAWBO
Playing:  17 individual players from Ottawa, McGill, and Toronto
Champion:  Andrew of McGill defeated Bobby of Toronto in final
 

2003 — 2004

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open VI
and VETO Escapes to Toronto Ontario II
and Trans-Canada Championship Match IV


July 17, 2004


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants (now available for free download)
Playing:  8 open teams in Vancouver, total of 27 players;
6 open teams in Toronto, total of 19 players
Champions:  Mixed Toronto team defeated UBC team in Vancouver in championship match
 
Clan Canadian Championship IV

March 27, 2004


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  contributors to Sword Bowl 2004, held at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in January
Playing:  4 teams, total of 13 players from SFU and UBC
Champions:  Team Renegade (SFU/UBC) won
 
Academic Competition Federation Pacific Northwest Regionals

February 14, 2004


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation (now available for free download)
Playing:  5 teams of students from SFU and the University of British Columbia
Champions:  A UBC team defeated another UBC team in the final
 
NAQT Sectional Tournaments: "Canadian" (Division I, Division II)
and Northwest


February 7, 2004


Locations:  "Canadian" at University of Western Ontario, London, ON;
Northwest at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  At UWO, 5 Division I teams and 15 Division II teams;
at SFU, 2 Division I teams and 4 Division II teams
Champions:  At UWO, the University of Rochester won both Division I and the undergraduate championship, and Carnegie-Mellon University won Division II;
at SFU, a University of British Columbia team won both Division I and the undergraduate championship, and another UBC team won Division II.
 
TRASH Regionals:
Great Lakes
and Pacific Northwest


November 8, 2003


Locations:  Great Lakes at University of Western Ontario, London, ON;
Pacific Northwest at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  12 open teams at UWO, 4 open teams at SFU
Champions:  Mike Keenan Employment Agency, LLC (from Michigan) won at UWO;
SFU Harbour Centre Carlos won at SFU
 
Singles Action at Wreck Beach Mirror

October 4, 2003


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  Brock of SFU, from SAWBO
Playing:  23 players from McMaster, UWO, and Toronto
Champions:  Adam of UWO defeated Cameron of UWO in final
 
B.C. Bowl mirror

October 4, 2003


Location:  McMaster University, Hamilton, ON
Questions by:  SFU, from B.C. Bowl II
Playing:  6 teams: 2 each from McMaster, Western Ontario, and Toronto
Champions:  Toronto 1 won, with Toronto 2 second
 
Singles Action at Wreck Beach Open

September 27, 2003


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Brock of SFU
Playing:  12 players from SFU and UBC
Champions:  Carlos of SFU defeated Hanson of SFU in final
Note:  Report includes results of an All Movie Tournament written by Berkeley and played by 9 SFU students. This was won by Carlos.
 
British Columbia Bowl II

September 27, 2003


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Brock and Tara of SFU
Playing:  4 teams: 2 each from UBC and SFU
Champions:  SFU B defeated UBC B in final
 

2002 — 2003

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open V
and VETO Escapes to Toronto Ontario I
and Trans-Canada Championship Match III


July 19, 2003


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, and University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Questions by:  participants (now available for free download)
Playing:  8 open teams in Vancouver, total of 30 players;
7 open teams in Toronto, total of 29 players
Champions:  Mixed Toronto team defeated B2B team in Vancouver in championship match
 
NAQT Northwest Sectional Tournament

February 8, 2003


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  5 teams: 3 from SFU, 2 from University of British Columbia
Champions:  UBC defeated SFU in final
 
TRASH Regionals:
Great Lakes
and Pacific Northwest


November 9, 2002


Locations:  Great Lakes at University of Western Ontario, London, ON;
Pacific Northwest at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  6 open teams at UWO, 4 open teams at SFU
Champions:  Ed Martin's Quiz Bowl Scholarship Fund (from Michigan) won at UWO;
Cunning Linguists and Master Debaters (SFU students) won at SFU
 
Academic Competition Federation West Coast Fall Tournament

November 2, 2002


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  the Academic Competition Federation (now available for free download)
Playing:  4 teams of students from SFU and Washington State University
Champions:  SFU C won, WSU was second
 
British Columbia Bowl I

September 28, 2002


Location:  University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Brock and Tara of SFU
Playing:  4 teams: 2 from UBC, 2 from SFU
Champions:  UBC "Grace's Fault I'm Late" defeated UBC "Misfits" in final
 

2001 — 2002

Count Chocula's Toilet Bowl II: Can I Get a Watts Watts?

July 21, 2002


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  contributors to RC Cola Championship held at the University of Tennessee—Chattanooga in April; also added by SFU
Champions:  Backstreet Stampede (SFU) defeated masters "4 Letter Words" in final
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open IV

July 20, 2002


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  participants (now available for free download)
Playing:  10 open teams, total of 36 players
Champions:  SFU Junta defeated University of Chicago in final
 
Burnaby Open

June 8, 2002


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  SFU's Brock Stephenson
Playing:  4 teams from SFU and UBC, total of 18 players
Champions:  An SFU student team defeated another SFU student team in final
 
Clan Canadian Championship II: Pinky's Brain Drain

March 16, 2002


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  contributors to 2002 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Tournament held at the University of Michigan in January
Playing:  5 open teams from Oregon and B.C., total of 18 players
Champions:  An SFU student team defeated another SFU student team in final
 
Buzzer-Aid

March 9, 2002


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  SFU students
Playing:  4 teams of students from SFU and the University of British Columbia
Champions:  An SFU student team won
 
NAQT Sectional Tournaments

February 9, 2002


Location:  10 American sites, of which two had Canadian teams visiting
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Champions:  At the Northwest sectional (University of Washington, Seattle), teams from Simon Fraser University won the Division II championship and the Division I Undergraduate championship.
At the Great Lakes sectional (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY), Queen's University was the top undergraduate team in Division I.
 
TRASH Regionals:
Great Lakes
and Pacific Northwest


November 10—11, 2001


Locations:  Great Lakes at University of Western Ontario, London, ON;
Pacific Northwest at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  Testing Recall About Strange Happenings
Playing:  14 open teams at UWO, 4 open teams at SFU
Champions:  Mike Keenan Employment Agency (Michigan students and alumni) won at UWO;
Chasing Rexella Too (SFU students) won at SFU
 

2000 — 2001

Count Chocula's Toilet Bowl I: Dude, Where's My Tsar?

July 14—15, 2001


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby and Vancouver, BC
Questions by:  contributors to D2K1: All Hell Breaks Loose held at Dartmouth College in April; also added by participants
Playing:  4 open teams, total of 16 players
Champions:  Jack Van Entropy Smiths (SFU) defeated masters "Who Let the Fog Out?" team in final
 
Vancouver Estival Trivia Open III
and London Estival Trivia Open
and Trans-Canada Championship Match II


July 14, 2001


Locations:  Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, and University of Western Ontario, London, ON
Questions by:  NAQT + Canadian content added by participants
Playing:  7 open teams in Vancouver, total of 25 players;
3 open teams in London, total of 7 players
Champions:  "FARSIDE" team in Vancouver defeated UWO team in London in championship match
 
Clan Canadian Championship I: Brain Drain

March 24, 2001


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  University of Waterloo, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, and others
Playing:  3 teams from SFU, one high school, and masters
Champions:  Masters "VETO" team defeated SFU student team in final
 
NAQT Canadian Sectional Tournament

February 10, 2001


Location:  University of Western Ontario, London, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  12 teams from 5 Canadian and 4 American universities
Champions:  Michigan State University (Division I), University of Michigan (Division II)
Notes:  At other NAQT Sectional locations: Simon Fraser University won the Division II championship at the NAQT Northwest Sectional at the University of Washington in Seattle
 
NAQT Canadian Intercollegiate Fall Tournament

November 11, 2000


Location:  University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  8 teams from 3 Canadian and 2 American universities
Champions:  University of Michigan (Division I), University of Waterloo (Division II)
Notes:  At other NAQT IFT locations: a McMaster University team played at the NAQT British IFT at Oxford University on November 18
 

1999 — 2000

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open II
and Waterloo Estival Trivia Open
and Trans-Canada Championship Match I


July 22—23, 2000


Locations:  Vancouver, BC, and Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  NAQT + Canadian content added by participants
Playing:  4 open teams at each site, total of 12 players in Vancouver and 14 in Waterloo
Champions:  "FARSIDE" team in Vancouver defeated "Conglomerate" team in Waterloo in championship match
 
NAQT Canadian Sectional Tournament

February 12, 2000


Location:  University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  National Academic Quiz Tournaments
Playing:  6 teams from 4 Canadian universities
Champions:  Queen's University defeated Western Ontario in final
Notes:  At other NAQT Sectional locations: another Waterloo team played at the NAQT Northwest Sectional at the University of Washington in Seattle
 
Mackenzie Bowl

October 16, 1999


Location:  University of Western Ontario, London, ON
Questions by:  participating teams + other American sources + hosts
Playing:  14 teams from 4 Canadian and 5 American universities
Champions:  Case Western Reserve University defeated Western Ontario in final
 

1998 — 1999

Vancouver Estival Trivia Open I

July 17, 1999


Location:  Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Questions by:  contributors to Boston University's Terrier Tussle in February + Canadian content added by participants
Playing:  4 open teams, total of 8 players
Champions:  "FARSIDE" team; no playoffs
 
Canadian Quiz Championship

February 6, 1999


Location:  University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON
Questions by:  Yale University + Canadian content by Waterloo and friends
Playing:  8 teams from 4 Canadian universities
Champions:  Western Ontario defeated Waterloo in final
 

1997 — 1998

Bruno Gerussi Open

March 28, 1998


Location:  Queen's University, Kingston, ON
Questions by:  NAQT + Canadian content by Queen's
Playing:  8 teams from 3 Canadian and 3 American universities
Champions:  Queen's defeated Cornell in final
 
Big Red Royal Rumble IV

October 18, 1997


Location:  Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
Questions by:  NAQT + Canadian content by Cornell's Eric Tentarelli (American; we were impressed!)
Playing:  11 teams from 1 Canadian and 5 American universities
Champions:  Massachusetts Institute of Technology defeated Queen's in final
 


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