|1974 Macdonald Brier|
|Host city||London, Ontario|
|Curling club||St. Albert CC, St. Albert|
The 1974 Macdonald Brier was held in London, Ontario at the London Gardens. The total attendance for the week was 48,170. This Brier would be the 12th victory for Alberta in the Brier's history. At this time, there were no playoffs in the Brier.
|Hec Gervais||St. Albert CC||St. Albert||8||2|
|Larry McGrath||Kindersley CC||Kindersley||7||3|
|Jim Armstrong||Richmond Winter Club||Richmond||6||4|
|Don Barr||Glenboro CC||Glenboro||6||4|
|Paul Savage||Scarborough Golf & Country Club||Scarborough||6||4|
|Jim Ursel||St. Laurent CC||St. Laurent||6||4|
|John Clark||Capital Winter Club||Fredericton||5||5|
|John Ross||Idylwylde Golf & CC||Sudbury||4||6|
|Barry Shearer||Halifax CC||Halifax||3||7|
|Bob Dillon||Charlottetown CC||Charlottetown||3||7|
|Fred Wight||St. John's CC||St. John's||1||9|
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