Save the SFU Football program

Save SFU Football

The BC Football Hall of Fame recognizes the important legacy of the SFU Football Program and believes it has a crucial role to continue to play to develop the next generation of football heroes that will proudly represent British Columbia locally, nationally, and internationally. We urge everybody to support the push to save the SFU … Read more

Tom Malone

Chief Executive Officer Tom was appointed Regional Vice President of Scotiabank, BC and Yukon Region in August 1996, after serving as Assistant General Manager for the Bank since May 1990. After 42 years with Scotiabank, Tom retired on September 1st, 2008. Although born in Vancouver, he spent his formative years between Halifax and Ottawa where … Read more

Scott Ackles

Director / President and Chairman of the Board Scott Ackles is presently a Director for the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, and is the Executive Director for Semiahmoo Ravens Hockey. His past roles have included Chief Commercial Officer at Riise EV, Chief Revenue Officers at Hubcast Media International, Vice President of Sales, Marketing & Communications … Read more

Neal Beaumont

Neal Beaumont was a true legend of the game. A native of Vancouver, Beaumont earned a starting defensive halfback position with the BC Lions at the tender age of 19 in 1960 and would go on to win the Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy as Canadian rookie of the year in the west that season thanks … Read more

Dennis Skulsky

Director A familiar face throughout the CFL community, Dennis was the 29th president of the BC Lions prior to his retirement. Previous to that, he had a four-year stint as president and CEO of Canwest Publishing where he oversaw the company’s print and online assets. During his time as Lions president, he served as vice … Read more

Doug Brown

Doug Brown had a standout career from 2001 to 2011 in the CFL, all spent with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. A native of New Westminster and a graduate of Simon Fraser University, Brown went on to be an eight-time division all-star and a seven-time CFL All-Star while being named league’s Most Outstanding Canadian in 2001. … Read more

Mark Norman

Mark Norman was an outstanding player at Sa-Hali Junior High and Kamloops Secondary (Kam-Hi) and was a valuable contributor to Kam-Hi’s 1981 provincial high school football championship. He then went on to become a defensive star on some of UBC’s best football teams from 1983 to 1986. He set, and holds, several UBC and Canada … Read more

Mike Bellefontaine

Mike Bellefontaine played minor football in the GSL, North Vancouver, and attended Handsworth Secondary where he was an outstanding receiver and kicker. He was voted to the Handsworth All Time Team as a wide receiver. He helped Handsworth win the provincial AA championship in 1979. After playing junior for the Meralomas and then at Wenatchee … Read more

Jerry Mulliss

A native of England who immigrated to Canada in 1966, Jerry Mulliss’ long run in football began in 1968 coaching with Point Grey minor and playing for the intermediate Burnaby Barons. He then went on to coach with Westside Minor, before rising through the coaching ranks starting with high school football as head coach at … Read more

Paul Shortt

Paul Shortt has been a football leader on Vancouver Island for over half a century. He first played for the juvenile football with the Oak Bay Farmer Construction before beginning a coaching career that spanned from 1971 to 1994. During that time, his teams included: Oak Bay Crusaders (Bantam), Saanich Vampires (Bantam & Juvenile), Victoria … Read more

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