History

Team Manitoba's standing and results from past Games

Canada Games

Held once every two years, alternating between winter and summer, the Canada Games represent the highest level of national competition for up and coming Canadian athletes.

The Games have been hosted in every province at least once since their inception in Quebec City during Canada’s Centennial in 1967, and feature events for able-bodied athletes as well as athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities.  

The Games are proud of their contribution to Canada’s sport development system in addition to their lasting legacy of sport facilities, community pride and national unity.

Canada Games Host Communities

  • 1967 Winter - Quebec City QC
  • 1969 Summer - Halifax/Dartmouth NS
  • 1971 Winter - Saskatoon SK
  • 1973 Summer - New Westminster BC
  • 1975 Winter - Lethbridge AB
  • 1977 Summer - St. John's NFLD
  • 1979 Winter - Brandon MB
  • 1981 Summer - Thunder Bay ON
  • 1983 Winter - Saguenary/Lac St. Jean QC
  • 1985 Summer - Saint John NB
  • 1987 Winter - Cape Breton NS
  • 1989 Summer - Saskatoon SK
  • 1991 Winter - Charlottetown PEI
  • 1993 Summer - Kamloops BC
  • 1995 Winter - Grande Prairie AB   
  • 1997 Summer - Brandon MB
  • 1999 Winter - Corner Brook NF
  • 2001 Summer - London ON
  • 2003 Winter - Campbellton/Bathurst NB
  • 2005 Summer - Regina SK
  • 2007 Winter - Whitehorse YK
  • 2009 Summer - Charlottetown/Summerside PEI
  • 2011 Winter - Halifax NS
  • 2013 Summer - Sherbrooke QC
  • 2015 Winter - Prince George BC
  • 2017 Summer - Winnipeg MB
  • 2019 Winter - Red Deer AB
  • 2021 Summer - Niagara ON
  • 2023 Winter - Prince Edward Island

Team Toba Results

Team Toba Overall Standings

  • Summer Games
  • Winter Games

Previous Games Results

Canada Games Legacy
A complete history of the Canada Games with stories, images, results, and more

Western Canada Summer Games

The Western Canada Summer Games were created in 1973 primarily as an opportunity for Western Canadian athletes to test their skills in Olympic standard competition, improve sport facilities in Western Canada, foster volunteerism and provide for high quality sport events. Following the 1987 Western Canada Summer Games in Regina, the Games' purpose evolved to provide the province’s developing athletes with an opportunity to compete in competitions that might lead to higher competitions at the national level.

The goals of the Western Canada Summer Games are:

  • To provide athletes in Western Canada with an athletic competition that supports provincial/territorial sport organizations developmental plans
  • To provide athletes in Western Canada with an opportunity to prepare for the Canada Games and other national/international competitions
  • To encourage and motivate participation in major sports on an interprovincial, provincial, territorial, regional and community basis;
  • To profile the best developing athletes in Western Canada
  • To promote a high standard of coaching and officiating in Western Canada
  • To demonstrate the strong volunteer commitment to amateur sport by Western Canadians
  • To provide opportunities for the upgrading and construction of sport facilities
  • To promote the value of sport and demonstrate its important role in Western Canadian culture
  • To encourage government, the private sector and the volunteer community to cooperate in the organization and funding of the Western Canada Summer Games
  • To provide a human and physical legacy within the host community.

WCSG Host Communities

  • 1975 - Regina SK
  • 1979 - Saskatoon SK
  • 1983 - Calgary AB
  • 1987 - Regina SK
  • 1990 - Winnipeg MB
  • 1995 - Abbotsford BC
  • 1999 - Prince Albert SK
  • 2003 - Beausejour, Gimli, Selkirk and Stonewall MB
  • 2007 - Strathcona Country AB
  • 2011 - Kamloops BC
  • 2015 - Wood Buffalo AB
  • 2019 - Swift Current SK