Cal Miller was inducted to the Hall of Fame as a supporter and builder of hockey, softball, dog mushing, soccer, basketball, bowling and curling.
Upon his arrival in the Yukon in 1951 Cal became a strong supporter of midget hockey, women’s and men’s senior softball, little league ball, the Old Crow dog team and the Capital Hotel’s soccer, basketball, and bowling teams. He was also responsible for sending the first curling team to compete outside the territory. Cal also was a member of the executive that sent the first Yukon team to the Canada Winter Games and was a founder of the Arctic Winter Games.
Many sports benefitted from Cal Miller’s generosity and would not be where they are today without his contribution.