Canadian Professional Championship
The Canadian Professional Championship was a professional snooker tournament which was open only for Canadian players.
|Final champion(s)||Alain Robidoux|
The championship was first played unofficially in 1974 with Cliff Thorburn winning the title.
The first official Canadian tournament was played in 1983 when the WPBSA offered a subsidy of £1,000 per player to any country holding a professional national championship. Like other similar tournaments in Australia and South Africa, it was discontinued when WPBSA funding was withdrawn after the 1988/89 season.
|1974||Cliff Thorburn||Julien St Dennis||13–11||1974/75|
|1980||Cliff Thorburn||Jim Wych||9–6||1979/80|
|1983||Kirk Stevens||Frank Jonik||9–8||Toronto||1983/84|
|1984||Cliff Thorburn||Mario Morra||9–2||Toronto||1984/85|
|1985||Cliff Thorburn||Bob Chaperon||6–4||Toronto||1985/86|
|1986||Cliff Thorburn||Jim Wych||6–2||Toronto||1986/87|
|1987||Cliff Thorburn||Jim Bear||8–4||Toronto||1987/88|
|1988||Alain Robidoux||Jim Wych||8–4||Toronto||1988/89|
- "Canadian Professional Championship". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Retrieved 30 October 2017.