Stoney Creek's 1965 team was the first nationwide Canadian champion, and also produced Canada's best showing at the Little League World Series by finishing as the runner-up to Windsor Locks (Connecticut) following a 3-1 championship game loss. Windsor Central followed in Stoney Creek's footsteps the next year, winning District 1, Ontario, and Canadian championships.
Windsor East won back-to-back Ontario championships after winning the crown in the newly-formed District 5 in 1967 and 1968.
Stoney Creek (1962) and the Toronto Parkdale Lions (1960) defeated Quebec teams to win Eastern Canada titles and earn World Series berths.
Select a year to see details from that year's provincial tournament.
Provincial Champions of the 1960s
1969 - Galt National LL
1968 - Windsor East LL
1967 - Windsor East LL
1966 - Windsor Central LL
1965 - Stoney Creek Optimist LL
1964 - Stoney Creek Optimist LL
1963 - Fort William International LL
1962 - Stoney Creek Optimist LL
1961 - Stoney Creek Optimist LL
1960 - Parkdale Lions LL (Toronto)
NOTE: The Parkdale Lions Little League in Toronto was renamed High Park Little League in 1985.