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The Minto Cup is awarded annually to the champion junior men's lacrosse team of Canada. It was donated in 1901 by the Governor-General, Lord Minto, but until 1934 was awarded to the senior men's champion of Canada. During that period the Mann Cup, the trophy currently awarded to the senior champion, was also awarded to a national men's champion in a separate competition. The Minto Cup senior competition was dominated by the New Westminster Salmonbellies, who held the trophy for 21 of the 29 years in which it was contested (the competition was suspended during World War I).

In 1934 the last trustee appointed to supervise the Cup died, and the Lord Minto of the day eventually transferred it to the Canadian Lacrosse Association, which decided to award it as the trophy for the national junior men's champion, starting in 1937. Originally, the competition was between all-star provincial teams formed by adding players to the provincial champion. In 1960 this practice was abandoned and the trophy has since been competed for by the Junior A provincial champions of British Columbia of the BCLA,Ontario of the OLA and recently Alberta, of the ALA the only provinces where organized lacrosse thrives.

Junior champions

  • 1937 Orillia Terriers
  • 1938 Mimico Mountaineers
  • 1939 Orillia Terriers
  • 1940 Orillia Terriers
  • 1941-1946, no competition
  • 1947 St. Catharines Athletics
  • 1948 Vancouver Burrards
  • 1949 Vancouver Norburn Eagletime
  • 1950 St. Catharines Athletics
  • 1951 Mimico Mountaineers
  • 1952 Brampton Excelsiors
  • 1953 New Westminster Salmonacs
  • 1954 Vancouver PNE
  • 1955 Long Branch Monarchs
  • 1956 Vancouver No177 Legionnaires
  • 1957 Brampton ABC's
  • 1958 Brampton ABC's
  • 1959 Brampton ABC's
  • 1960 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1961 Hastings Legionnaires
  • 1962 Victoria Shamrocks
  • 1963 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1964 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1965 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1966 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1967 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1968 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1969 Oshawa Green Gaels
  • 1970 Lakeshore Maple Leafs (Toronto)
  • 1971 Richmond Roadrunners
  • 1972 Peterborough PCO's
  • 1973 Peterborough PCO's
  • 1974 Peterborough PCO's
  • 1975 Peterborough Gray Munros
  • 1976 Victoria MacDonalds
  • 1977 Burnaby Cablevision
  • 1978 Burnaby Cablevision
  • 1979 Burnaby Cablevision
  • 1980 Whitby CBC Builders
  • 1981 Peterborough James Gang
  • 1982 Peterborough James Gang
  • 1983 Peterborough James Gang
  • 1984 Whitby Warriors
  • 1985 Whitby Warriors
  • 1986 Peterborough Maulers
  • 1987 Peterborough Maulers
  • 1988 Esquimalt Legion
  • 1989 Peterborough Maulers
  • 1990 St. Catharines Athletics
  • 1991 St. Catharines Athletics
  • 1992 Six Nations Arrows (Ontario)
  • 1993 Orangeville Northmen
  • 1994 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1995 Orangeville Northmen
  • 1996 Orangeville Northmen
  • 1997 Whitby Warriors
  • 1998 Burnaby Lakers
  • 1999 Whitby Warriors
  • 2000 Burnaby Lakers
  • 2001 St. Catharines Athletics
  • 2002 Burnaby Lakers
  • 2003 St. Catharines Athletics
  • 2004 Burnaby Lakers

Senior champions

  • 1901 Ottawa Capitals
  • 1902 Montreal Shamrocks
  • 1903 Montreal Shamrocks
  • 1904 Montreal Shamrocks
  • 1905 Montreal Shamrocks
  • 1906 Ottawa Capitals
  • 1907 Montreal Shamrocks
  • 1908 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1909 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1910 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1911 Vancouver
  • 1912 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1913 New Westminster Salmonbellies
  • 1914 to 1918 no competition
  • 1919 to 1934 New Westminster Salmonbellies (Vancouver claimed the Cup in 1920)
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