|Fort William Canadians|
|City||Fort William, Ontario|
|League|| Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League |
Thunder Bay Junior B Hockey League
|Home arena||Fort William Gardens|
|Colours||Red, Blue, White|
|1935-1943||Fort William Columbus Club|
|1943-1946||Fort William Columbus Club Millers|
|1946-1949||Fort William Columbus Club Canadiens|
|1949-1968||Fort William Canadiens|
|1968-1978||Fort William Canadians|
|Previous franchise history|
|1978||merged with Degagne Hurricanes and Thunder Bay Beavers|
The Fort William Canadians were a Junior ice hockey club from Fort William, Ontario, Canada. The Canadians were members of the Thunder Bay Junior A Hockey League and were Abbott Cup finalists three times. For a while, the Fort William Canadiens were a development club for the National Hockey League's Montreal Canadiens.
Abbott Cup Finalists:
Columbus Club Canadians
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