The Canada Games Council (CGC) has officially launched the bid process to select the Ontario community to host the 2021 Canada Summer Games.
“We are excited to officially launch the bid process for the 2021 Canada Summer Games in Ontario,” said Tom Quinn, Canada Games Council Chairman. “Many communities have shown interest in hosting...Read More
The 2015 Canada Winter Games have been announced as CSTA (Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance) Prestige Award finalist in three categories.
The Canada Winter Games that took place in Prince George last year are one of...Read More
Today Sport Calgary announced that Olympic legend and three-time medalist, Catriona Le May Doan, will be joining its executive team as the new Senior Director of Community Engagement and Marketing.
"I am so pleased to be a part of the Sport Calgary team. This city helped me realize my Olympic dreams, and my family and I continue to be...Read More
Congratulations to our President and CEO Sue Hylland on being named to the 2015 CAAWS list of most influential women!
CAAWS made the announcement on Thursday, January 21st, and revealed that Canada Games alumni Chandra Crawford and Hailey Wickenheiser also made the list.
Sue Hylland is in her 14th year as the President and CEO of...Read More
Congratulations to Team Canada on winning the 2016 world junior ringette championship! 100% of the team competed at the 2015 Canada Winter Games that took place last February.
Here's a look at the roster:
Ellen Hoban - Alberta
Abigayle Richardson - Ontario
Annie Debaji - Alberta
Sarah-Lynne Begin - Ontario
The Canada Games Council (CGC) has launched the bid process to select the community in Ontario to host the 2021 Canada Summer Games.
At a session in Toronto, hosted by the Canada Games Council and the Province of Ontario, the potential bid communities were presented with an opportunity to clarify any issues, questions or comments...
The Canada Games Council (CGC) is pleased to announce the final sports and disciplines selected for the 2021 Canada Summer Games that will be hosted in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Canada Games Council’s Sport Committee adhered to a clear and objective sport selection process in which it analyzed all sports and disciplines that...
Carla Qualtrough has been appointed as the New Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities. The Canada Games Council (CGC) congratulates Ms. Qualtrough on her appointment and look forward to working with her in the leadup to the 2017 Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg.
“On behalf of the Canada Games Council, I would like to...
Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador have traded spots in the Canada Games hosting rotation, with Ontario committed to hosting the 2021 Canada Summer Games and Newfoundland and Labrador committed now to the 2025 Canada Summer Games.
“The Canada Games Council is in support of our host governments working together to find...