CNSC 2005 Home Page
The 2005 Canadian National SCRABBLE® Championship took place on June 9–11, 2005 at the Great Hall at 1087 Queen Street West (at Dovercourt) in Toronto. Please click on the "LIVE COVERAGE" link at left to see what happened.
This Championship, the fifth since its inception in 1996, will bring together the top fifty expert players from across the country to vie for the title of Canadian Champion, the right to represent Canada at the 2007 World Championship, and a prize pool totaling $12,150.
Among this year's players are all four past champions; 16 players who have played in all four past events; ten first-time competitors; players from a record seven provinces, two American states and the United Kingdom; players from 14 different NSA clubs including 22 from the oldest and largest club in North America, the Toronto SCRABBLE Club; 13 players who have represented Canada at World Championships; seven women and 43 men from 22 to 63 years of age.
Media inquiries are welcome at 416-876-7675. There is a gallery for spectators, and we encourage visitors to come either for Thursday night after hours play (where they can mingle with and play CNSC competitors) or to watch the Finals with live commentary on Saturday afternoon.
To find out more, please choose one of the links in the navigational bar at the left. ‘LIVE COVERAGE’ will take you to the results of the event as posted June 9–11.
HASBRO is the owner of the registered SCRABBLE® trademark in the United States and Canada. © 2008 HASBRO. All rights reserved. "SCRABBLE Brand Crossword Game" is the proper way to refer to this unique group of word games and related properties marketed by HASBRO. "SCRABBLE" is not a generic term. To use it as such is not only misleading but also does injustice to the company responsible for the trademark's longtime popularity. All we ask is that when you mean SCRABBLE Brand Crossword Game, you say so.
The SCRABBLE® trademark is owned by J.W. Spear and Sons, PLC, a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. outside of the United States and Canada.
For more information about SCRABBLE
or the NSA, or to comment on or correct the contents of this page,