Hugh Campbell Distinguished Leadership Award

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The Hugh Campbell Distinguished Leadership Award was first awarded in 2006. It is awarded to an individual who has demonstrated great leadership and made significant contributions to the Canadian Football League. This award has not been given out each year since it was created. It is awarded to honour Hugh Campbell's years of service to Canadian football as a player, coach, and executive.[1]

Award winners[edit]


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