Cameron, George J.
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George Cameron of Winnipeg, Manitoba was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1973. George was inducted into the builder category.
He played a significant role in the founding of the Macdonald Brier in 1927. While president of the Manitoba Curling Association, Cameron championed the concept of inter club and interprovincial curling competitions. In 1925, he was behind the acceptance of the Macdonald’s Brier Trophy as the top prize of the Canadian men’s curling championship. He was named a life member of both the Manitoba Curling Association and Saskatchewan Curling Association.