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Canadian Grand Prix

The Canadian Grand Prix (FR: Grand Prix du Canada), is a Formula 1 auto race held in Canada since 1967. It was staged in Bowmanville, Ontario[?] or Saint-Jovite, Quebec[?] until 1978 when Montreal became its permanent home.

The first winner in Montreal was Quebec native, Gilles Villeneuve who died in 1982 on the final qualifying lap for the Belgian Grand Prix[?]. The race course in Montreal has been named after him.

Past Winners:



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