Governed by Cycling Canada Cyclisme, the Canadian National Road Race Championship is a road bicycle race that takes place inside the Canadian National Cycling Championships, and decides the best cyclist in this type of race. The first edition took place in 1959. The first race winner of the road race championship was Egidio Bolzon in 1959.
^The Canadian Road Championships were disputed in the Tim Hortons Road National Championships, a UCI 1.5 category race. Dominique Perras, who finished the race in 3rd position, was in fact considerered as national champion. The race was actually won by Nathan O'Neill(AUS)