Squash Canada Wall of Fame

Squash Canada has an awards program to recognize volunteers, contributors and players who have made a positive impact on the game of squash in Canada.


Barry a native of Montreal is Canadian A-1 and WSF International referee has been officiating across Canada since 1992. He has officiated at all four Panam Games and numerous World Championships, PSA & WISPA events, and Canadian Championships. When not officiating he has been acting as editor for the past 16 years of the The Squash Official newsletter and is currently a member of other WSF Rules Sub Committee.


Yvon Provençal, a highly respective coach in Canadian and International squash circles, obtained a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education degree at the University of Montreal in 1983. Provençal has been the Squash Director at the Club Sportif M.A.A. in Montreal since 1990. He has also been Quebec Provincial Coach for the past 20 years as well as serving as Squash Canada’s National coach for the Espoir Squad from 1999 to 2009 – and starting in 2009, National Coach for the Senior Men. He has coached Canadian teams at multiple international events including the Pan Ams, Commonwealth Games and World Championships.  Provencal is a valued member of the Squash Canada’s High Performance, the Coaching Committees and is a Level 4 candidate and NCCP Master Learning Facilitator.  Under Provençal’s tutelage, he has developed several top ranked Canadian and professional players such as Shawn Delierre, David Phillips and Alex Norman.

Previous Inductees from Quebec:


– 1987 John Smith-Chapman, Montreal
– 1983 Harald Martin, Montreal

– 1988 Colin Adair, Montreal

– 1986 Black Knight Enterprises

Squash Quebec Wall of fame

Herald Martin-2


As an accomplished competitor and an outstanding builder, Harald Martin’s greatest contribution was an instructor – the legendary ‘coach’.

His success as a competitor – Quebec champion (1936 – 37 and 38, and 1948), finalist in the Canadian championship (1935 and 1938-39), winner of the Canadian veterans’ championship (1955) and doubles ( 1936 and 1937, and 1953), and also won numerous titles at the Atwater club between 1935 and 1954. Selected for the Canadian team at the Latham Cup on 14 occasions, and also at the Grant Trophy.

As president of the Canadian Squash Association, Harald was the author of his new constitution aimed at better coordination between administrative bodies across the country. In addition, he is also the author of the book “Squash for Beginners”, written and offered for the benefit of the Association.

As a coach, all participants – men, women, young and old alike – enjoyed constant encouragement and expert advice – both at Club Atwater and at McGill University. As a volunteer, but the official coach at McGill, between 1950 and 1968 no Canadian university team won against McGill, and it was also the case for most of the games against American universities, with the exception of Harvard. Among his many protégés were Peter Landry, the brothers Quain, Smith Chapman, David Pemberton-Smith, Marc Lalonde, George Tooley, his three sons, Sally Johnston and Sandra Harris.