The 2023 Canada Summer Games will take place in the province of Prince Edward Island. PEI 2023 will welcome Canada’s top elite young athletes, their families, coaches, and spectators to their island to celebrate sport, as well as PEI’s art, culture, and heritage.
Having hosted the 1991 Canada Winter Games and the 2009 Canada Summer Games, 2023 will mark the third time the Canada Games are hosted in the province of Prince Edward Island.
“The Games are an important part of our Canadian culture, inspiring young amateur athletes while bringing communities together.” “We will showcase our small yet mighty Island with our outstanding hospitality, food, scenery, and sense of adventure. The Games provide our up-and-coming athletes with a chance to compete at a national level. They also help to strengthen our local economy, increase community spirit, and expand volunteerism. I am confident that our Island volunteers, sponsors, supporters, leaders, and athletes, will do an outstanding job in staging the 2023 Games and showcasing all our province has to offer.”
The 2023 Canada Games provide an opportunity for amateur youth athletes to compete in national winter sports competitions. Thousands of visitors are expected to attend the 2023 Games, where athletes will participate in a wide variety of sports.
The CEO of the 2023 Canada Games, is Prince Edward Island native Kyle Dudley. Mr. Dudley joins the 2023 Canada Winter Games after a very successful career with Compass Group Canada Ltd. in their remote services sector; ESS Support Services Worldwide. Kyle was relied upon for his charismatic leadership and analytical skill-set as a project-based lean six sigma certified tactician managing complex projects which included the emergency response/recovery around the Fort McMurray Wildfires, mobilization oversight, and productivity optimization. He was also tasked with developing a comprehensive Indigenous strategy as well as enhancing the business development efforts within the oil and gas, mining, and other remote industries that typically involve dealings with First Nations.
“I have had the opportunity to be mentored and influenced by many leaders in my career. I am looking forward to taking what I have learned and experienced over the years, and having that benefit the PEI Canada Winter Games” said Dudley. “I consider myself very fortunate to have this opportunity to return to the Island to lead these Games.”