|Canadian International Heavyweight Championship|
|Date established||March 29, 1976|
The Canadian International Heavyweight Championship was the top singles title in the Montreal-based wrestling promotion Lutte Internationale (International Wrestling). It was a continuation of the Montreal Athletic Commission's old International Heavyweight Championship, which became inactive after the Commission's promotion, the International Wrestling Association, closed in 1975. The title lasted from 1976 until Lutte Internationale closed in 1987.
|No.||Overall reign number|
|Reign||Reign number for the specific champion|
|Days||Number of days held|
|No.||Champion||Championship change||Reign statistics||Notes||Ref.|
|1||Serge Dumont||March 29, 1976||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||127||Defeated Johnny Rougeau|
|2||Billy Two Rivers||August 3, 1976||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||N/A|
|3||Serge Dumont||1976||IW show||N/A||2||N/A|
|4||Johnny Rougeau||September 1976||IW show||N/A||1||N/A||��|
|6||Edouard Carpentier||N/A||IW show||N/A||1||N/A||Unknown who Carpentier defeated for the title|
|7||Java Ruuk||February 11, 1980||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||N/A|
|8||Edouard Carpentier||1980||IW show||N/A||2||N/A|
|9||Pierre Lefebvre||August 1980||IW show||N/A||1||N/A|
|10||Dino Bravo||1980||IW show||N/A||1||N/A||Unknown who Carpentier defeated for the title|
|11||Michel Dubois||1981||IW show||N/A||1||N/A|
|12||Dino Bravo||June 20, 1981||IW show||Ottawa, ON||2||N/A|
|13||Sailor White||1982||IW show||N/A||1||N/A|
|14||Dino Bravo||1982||IW show||N/A||3||N/A|
|15||Billy Robinson||August 16, 1982||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||147||Defeated Rick Martel in tournament final|
|16||The Destroyer||January 10, 1983||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||N/A|
|17||Billy Robinson||February 1983||IW show||Quebec City, QC||2||N/A|
|18||Dino Bravo||March 7, 1983||IW show||Montreal, QC||4||N/A|||
|19||Rick Martel||1983||IW show||N/A||1||N/A|
|20||Dino Bravo||September 21, 1983||IW show||Montreal, QC||5||384|
|21||October 9, 1984||IW show||Hull, QC||1||125|
|22||Dino Bravo||February 11, 1985||IW show||Montreal, QC||6||N/A||Special referee—Verne Gagne|||
|23||Dino Bravo||May 28, 1985||IW show||Montreal, QC||7||398||Defeated King Tonga; recognized by the WWF during their takeover of the Montreal office between August 18, 1985 and January 22, 1986|||
|24||The Great Samu||June 30, 1986||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||126|
|25||David Schultz||November 3, 1986||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||77|
|26||Hercules Ayala||January 19, 1987||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||27|||
|27||Abdullah the Butcher||February 15, 1987||IW show||Montreal, QC||1||N/A|||
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