Markland "Mark" Molson (1949-2006) was a Canadian professional bridge player from Montreal and Fenton, Michigan.
Most frequently partnered with Boris Baran, he won the Canadian National Team Championships seven times, seven North American Bridge Championships, and came in second as a member of the Canada open team in the 1995 Bermuda Bowl.
Molson died of complications during an operation for a dissected aortic aneurism. This medical issue first surfaced while Mark was playing golf. He and Baran were inducted into the Canadian Bridge Federation Hall of Fame in 2013.