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The Intermediate Intercollegiate Series (IIS) was a second tier scholastic competition operating in Ontario and Quebec from 1902-03 to 1938-39. The top tier in the region was the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union (CIAU Central), also founded in 1902. Some schools operated in as many as three levels of play - Senior, Intermediate, and Junior. Others operated at just one level. The intermediate level included the first teams from some schools plus the second teams from others.
Table of Seasons and ChampionsEdit
Click year column to go to page for that II season. Click champion column to go to the page for that team.
- Canada West Universities Athletic Association
- List of CWUAA Seasons (from 1972-73 to present)
- Great Plains Athletic Conference
- List of GPAC Seasons (from 1972-73 to 1984-85)
- List of WIAA Seasons (from 1962-63 to 1971-72)
- List of WCIAU Seasons (from 1918-19 to 1961-62)
- Ontario University Athletics
- RSEQ (formerly Quebec Student Sports Federation)
- Quebec-Ontario Athletic Association (with seasons from 1954 to 1971)
- List of OUA Seasons (includes CIAU, QOAA & OUAA)
- List of QOAA Seasons (from 1954 to 1971)
- Ontario Intercollegiate Athletic Association (with seasons from 1965 to 1971)
- Ottawa St. Lawrence Conference (with seasons from 1951 to 1971)
- List of QUAA Seasons (from 1971-72 to 1986-87)
- Intermediate Intercollegiate Series
- List of Intermediate Intercollegiate Seasons (from 1902-03 to 1938-39)
- Senior Intercollegiate League (1945-46)
- International Intercollegiate League (from 1936-37 to 1939-40)
- West Point Weekend
- Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference
- British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (from 2005-06 to present)
- Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (from 1975 to 2001)
- List of OCAA Seasons (from 1967-68 to 2003-04)