Montreal Carabins add several sports teams to affect a summit in the years 1965-1970 both by the number of offered sports activities and by the quality of their organization.
Abandonment of the university sports teams in the club: The financial university budget of the teams is considerably reduced and the freed sums are used to finance non-competitive "popular sport". A long tradition is then broken.
The 70s and 80
Continuation of the activities of Alpine skiing and of badminton without institutional recognition of university
End of the 80s
Return of the teams of swimming (1985) and of volleyball (men in 1988 and women in 1989). The various teams know a lot of success at the beginning of the 1990s while the University knows money troubles.
the big blackout: The budgetary situation of the university does not allow to absorb the expenses of the program of the Carabins and the activities of the teams are suspended.
Relaunching of the program of excellent sport via the physical educational department
Victory in the referendum of the student federation FAECUM: The student Federation agrees to contribute to the financing of the sporting programs up to $100,000. a year.
1999 and 2000
Official membership of the teams of Alpine skiing and badminton. Setting-up of the golf team
Setting-up of the men soccer team
Setting-up of the football team and setting-up the women soccer team
2003 and 2004
Organisation of the Championships of soccer (men's and women's) of SIC (together collaboration with McGill University), setting-up of the volleyball teams (men's and women's)
Setting-up of the tennis teams (men's and women's)
Announcement of the creation of the women hockey team
The Montréal Carabins CIS football team began its second incarnation in 2002 after over thirty years of being dormant. The Carabins first began play in 1966 in the Ontario Intercollegiate Football Conference and continued play for the next six seasons. The program was dropped after the 1971 season due to a shift in philosophy as many francophone universities placed an emphasis on community involvement and intramural athletic activities as opposed to intercollegiate athletics. That philosophy has shifted back to intercollegiate sports as Université Laval, Montréal and Université de Sherbrooke each began programs in 1996, 2002 and 2003, respectively.
The current program has seen marked success in the regular season, having qualified for the playoffs in each of the past 12 seasons, but difficulty getting beyond the conference championship. That changed in 2014, as the Carabins defeated longtime rival Laval Rouge et Or to win their first Dunsmore Cup.
The 2009-10 season was their inaugural season in the CIS. The Carabins finished second during the regular season and claimed the fifth position in the CIS Canadian championships. In their second season (2010–11), the team ranked in second place in the Québécois conference behind the McGill Martlets. In the 2011 playoffs, the Carabins eliminated the Concordia Stingers but the Carabins are in turn to eliminate in finale by McGill. This elimination did not qualify them for the CIS championships at Waterloo, Ontario.