Hunter Smith is a 16-year-old wrestler from the Cochrane Cowboys and is set to represent Team Alberta at the 2017 Canada Summer Games.
He started wrestling in grade 9 and has been passionate about the sport ever since. Hunter is always looking to improve, as evidenced by his training schedule which sees him travel four hours, four times...Read More
Dylan Morawski is a 16-year-old athlete from Gander NL, whose dream from the first time he swam at 9 years old was to represent his province and compete at Canada Games. As a competitive swimmer with his local swim club the Gander Lakers, he showed great promise and won numerous awards locally provincially and at the national level.
The Canada Games Council (CGC) has announced the launch of their Alumni Database (www.canadagames.ca/alumni). The web based platform will allow users to access information about past Games participants including which Games they participated in, which delegation they represented, and which sport they competed in.
“This impressive system...Read More
RBC, the Canadian Olympic Foundation (COF) and the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) today announced a marketing and athlete identification partnership with the 2017 Canada Games.
Building on RBC's longstanding commitment to Canadian amateur and high-performance athletes, the partnership will include opportunities for Canada...Read More
The Canada Games Council (CGC) has announced that nominations are now being accepted for the 2017 Canada Games Hall of Honour.
The Hall of Honour induction celebrations are designed to recognize and celebrate athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers who have had a considerable impact on the Canada Games Movement and helped to further...Read More
Jake Allen - NB - 2007
Jay Bouwmeester - AB - 1999
Alex Pietrangelo - ON - 2007
Shea Theodore - BC - 2011
Antoine Vermette - QC - 1999
Nick Ritchie - ON - 2011
At a joint media conference this morning held by the Canada Games Council and the Province of Ontario, Niagara Region was named host of the 2021 Canada Summer Games.
The host community announcement was made at Hart House in the centre of the University of Toronto in front of a supportive Ontario sports community, Canada Games...Read More
The Canada Games has built an invaluable reputation for developing young athletes into professional, talented and successful competitors since 1967. In 2005, the Canada Games saw an opportunity to not only support the development of athletes, but young coaches as well. Without high-end elite coaches to guide their athletes, and push them to...Read More
Since 1967, the Canada Games have served as a stepping stone for our nation's next generation of national, international, and Olympic champions.
The Games have continually produced high-profile athlete alumni and played a crucial role in many famous athletes’ careers including Sidney Crosby, Catriona Le May Doan, Eugenie Bouchard, Steve...Read More
The Canada Games Activity Challenge uses gamification and interactivity principles to motivate students to participate daily in habit forming physical activity. Students gain points with every completed session, leading to rewards and chances to win prizes. Here are some of the rewards students earn, and prizes they can win:... Read More
The Canada Games Council (CGC) Bid Evaluation Committee is conducting site visits in Ontario as part of the evaluation process to choose the host of the 2021 Canada Summer Games. The host of the 2021 Games will be announced on March 30th in Toronto.
The seven-member evaluation team, chaired by Vice-president of Revenue Generation for the...Read More