Thank you to The Jones Family Foundation

Each year, the BC Football Hall of Fame is grateful to receive a $1000 donation from The Jones Family Foundation. The photo included is of Scott Jones presenting a cheque to BCFHOF Board Chair Scott Ackles just prior to the holidays. Thank you to The Jones Family Foundation for all their support. If you would … Read more

BC Football Hall of Fame announces Class of 2023


Surrey, BC (unceded traditional territory of the Katzie, Semiahmoo, Kwantlen, and other Coast Salish peoples) – Some of the most prolific names in Canadian football will be formally inducted to the BC Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, September 16, 2023 ahead of the BC Lions game versus the Ottawa REDBLACKS. “Our Class of 2023 … Read more

Jon Cornish

Very few running backs struck fear into the hearts of the opposition as Jon Cornish did at every level he played at. A native of New Westminster, Cornish was a dominant force playing for the St. Thomas More Collegiate Knights on both sides of the field finishing his high school career with 3,200 career rushing … Read more

Bryan Chiu

As a young Chinese-Canadian boy growing up in Vancouver—Bryan Chiu may not have had the same look as many of the football heroes that grew up before him but he blazed a trail of his own to become one of the most elite linemen in CFL history. Chiu played high school football at Vancouver College … Read more

Mark McDonald

In their long-storied history, the Meralomas football program churned out many star players who went on to make their mark in the football world. Among those stars was Mark McDonald. Mark attended Kitsilano High School but, as his school did not have a football program, elected to join the Meralomas Juvenile team and was part … Read more

Will Loftus

Will Loftus is one of the most decorated amateur football players that British Columbia has ever produced, and he parlayed that into a very successful career at the pro level. As a grade 10 student attending John Oliver Secondary in Vancouver, he was the team’s starting safety. After spending his grade 11 year in California … Read more

Terry Kehoe

Terry had an incredible passion for the game of football. He began his football coaching and administration career in Ottawa, taking roles with both high school and community organizations to nurture young talent at the Pee Wee and Bantam levels with the North Eastern Ontario Football Association. When he and his family moved to Richmond … Read more

Larry Donohoe

For nearly five decades, as of 2023, no name has been more synonymous with the Carson Graham Secondary School football program than Larry Donohoe. Particularly on the coaching side, his years of connection with the program have made him the longest-serving non-teaching coach in the history of the North Shore Secondary School’s Athletics Association. The … Read more

Howard Tsumura

If there is one name that is synonymous with high school and university athletics media coverage in the province of British Columbia, it is Howard Tsumura. For the past four decades Howard has covered, among other sports, football as a sports reporter for both The Province newspaper, and on-line at Varsity Letters, a site he … Read more

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