|Born||March 11, 1992|
|Curling club||Gimli CC,|
|Hearts appearances||2 (2016, 2018)|
|Top CTRS ranking||2nd (2018-19)|
|Grand Slam victories||1 (2019 Players')|
Meilleur had a fairly successful junior career playing third for Breanne Knapp, winning the Manitoba junior title in 2010 and 2011 and competing in the 2010 and 2011 Canadian Junior Curling Championships. She won the bronze medal in 2011.
After playing for several different teams, she began to skip her own rink again in the 2016–17 and 2017–18 curling season. She competed in the 2017 Road to the Roar Canadian Olympic Curling Pre-Trials with Breanne Knapp, Janelle Vachon, and Sarah Neufeld, but the team missed out on a chance to qualify for the trials following losses to Julie Tippin and Krista McCarville.
For the 2018–19 curling season, Meilleur joined Kerri Einarson's new team as the lead. The team gained some attention for being made up entirely of former skips. They began the season by winning three straight World Curling Tour events in three weeks: the 2018 Stu Sells Oakville Tankard, the inaugural Morris SunSpiel and then the Mother Club Fall Curling Classic with a fourth win at the Curlers Corner Autumn Gold Classic in October. In December, the team lost in the finals of the 2018 Canada Cup and 2018 National. Their strong play during the early part of the season earned them enough points to put team Einarson in the Wild Card game at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. However the team lost to the lower ranked Casey Scheidegger rink. The team would rebound to have a strong finish at the end of the season, winning the 2019 Players' Championship and losing in the final of the 2019 Champions Cup.
Team Einarson had two playoff finishes at the first two Slams of the 2019–20 season, losing to Anna Hasselborg in the quarterfinal of the Masters and once again to Hasselborg in the final of the Tour Challenge. The team did not have the same success at the Canada Cup as they did in 2018, finishing with a 2-4 record.
|2011–12||Briane Meilleur||Krysten Karwacki||Amy Agnew||Meagan Grenkow|
|2012–13||Selena Kaatz||Briane Meilleur||Kristin MacCuish||Katherine Doersken|
|2013–14||Breanne Knapp||Katherine Doersken||Briane Meilleur||Krysten Karwacki|
|2014–15||Jill Thurston||Brette Richards||Briane Meilleur||Krysten Karwacki|
|2015–16||Cathy Overton-Clapham||Briane Meilleur||Katherine Doersken||Krysten Karwacki|
|2016–17||Briane Meilleur||Rhonda Varnes||Janelle Vachon||Sarah Neufeld|
|2017–18||Briane Meilleur||Breanne Knapp||Janelle Vachon||Sarah Neufeld|
|2018-19||Kerri Einarson||Val Sweeting||Shannon Birchard||Briane Meilleur|
|2019-20||Kerri Einarson||Val Sweeting||Shannon Birchard||Briane Meilleur|
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- 2018 Home Hardware Canada Cup Media Guide: Brian Meilleur
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