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Our History

Canada has a long and proud tradition in the world of plowing. Although the Canadian Plowing Organization was not founded until 1955, three years after the World Ploughing Organization, Canada was strongly involved with the creation of the World Organization. In fact, Mr. Jack Carroll from Ontario was the first Chairman and the first World Competition was held at Cobourg, Ontario in 1953. Jim Eccles, a Canadian was the first winner.

Since then, six of the sixty world championships have been held in Canada. Canada hosted the 60th world championship plowing contests at Olds College, Olds, Alberta in 2013.

WHAT IS THE CPO?

CPO - Canadian Plowing Organization

The CPO is registered as a non-profit organization with Industry Canada. It derives its funding from membership fees, corporate sponsors, donations and other fund-raising ventures. 

WHY WHERE HERE

Helping our plowpersons succeed in competition

More than two hundred plowpersons have competed in Canadian Plowing Championships with the winners competing in World Plowing Championships.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We are always happy to hear from you and are always looking for new ways to support our sponsors 

To support the Canadian Plowing Organization contact the Secretary on the Contact page. Our Corporate sponsors are recognized on the Sponsors page.

 
Historic Plowing Photos

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