Past Games

Communities coming together in
the name of sport and sportsmanship

The Manitoba Games have helped shape our province’s athletic history and continue to act as a beacon of excellence for young athletes from all corners of the province looking to pursue competitive sport. We would like to extend a warm thank you to all the communities who’ve hosted the games in the past, and we hope to work together in the future to further develop sport in Manitoba.

List of Past Host Communities

A history of sport played at all corner of our province

The Manitoba Games would’ve never have gotten off the ground if it weren’t for the buy-in from cities and municipalities across our provinces. Please find below a list of past host communities of the Manitoba Games:
  • 1986 Winter - Flin Flon 
  • 1988 Summer - Beausejour/Pinawa 
  • 1990 Winter - Carman 
  • 1992 Summer - Minnedosa/Neepawa 
  • 1994 Winter - Thompson 
  • 1996 Summer - Morden 
  • 1998 Winter - Gimli 
  • 2000 Summer - Virden 
  • 2002 Winter - The Pas/OCN 
  • 2004 Summer - Dauphin 
  • 2006 Winter - Beausejour 
  • 2008 Summer - Carman 
  • 2010 Winter - Portage la Prairie
  • 2012 Summer - Swan Valley
  • 2014 Winter - Morden, Stanley, Winkler
  • 2016 Summer - Steinbach
  • 2018 Winter - Thompson




Thompson 2018

Fondly remembering the 2018 Manitoba Games

The 2018 Manitoba Winter Games powered by Manitoba Hydro took place in Thompson Sunday, March 4 - Saturday, March 10. We’ve compiled all the information you need from the Games for parents, coaches, and athletes to ensure your memories and accomplishments are catalogued within Manitoba’s sports history.