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|Bond Place Hotel, Toronto
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|May 13–16
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|[[Ron Hoekstra]]
 
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|Arts and Letters Club, Toronto
 
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|[[Joel Wapnick]]
 
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Latest revision as of 20:12, 22 June 2018

The Canadian National SCRABBLE Championship (CNSC) was established in 1996 by Tournament Director Michael Wise and Hasbro Canada Director of Marketing Michel Dupuis. It has been sponsored by Hasbro Canada every two or three years ever since.


year date location winner further details
2018 May 13–16 Bond Place Hotel, Toronto Eric Tran website
2016 May 13–16 Bond Place Hotel, Toronto Adam Logan website
2013 June 21–24 Bond Place Hotel, Toronto Adam Logan website
2011 June 10–13 Bond Place Hotel, Toronto Joel Wapnick website
2008 April 4–7 One King West, Toronto Adam Logan website
2005 June 9–11 The Great Hall, Toronto Adam Logan website
2003 December 5–8 Ontario Club, Toronto David Boys website
2000 November 17–20 Arts and Letters Club, Toronto Ron Hoekstra website
1998 October 16–19 Arts and Letters Club, Toronto Joel Wapnick website
1996 October 18–21 Arts and Letters Club, Toronto Adam Logan website