Special Olympics Canada News
PEI’s Heidi Mallett selected to represent all Special Olympics North America athletes on Global Athlete Leadership Council
Mallett, 46, has been selected as the next Special Olympics North America (SONA) representative on Special Olympics International’s Global Athlete Leadership Council (GALC). She is the first Canadian in this role since the Council was created in 2017.
Special Olympics Canada Champions Network members Mark Tewksbury, Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue appointed to Order of Canada
Three Special Olympics Canada Champions Network members have been appointed to the Order of Canada – one of the country’s highest honours.
JYSK has donated $100,000 to Special Olympics Canada, part of its ongoing support of the sport organization that serves individuals with an intellectual disability. Since 2008, JYSK Canada has donated over $1 million in support of individuals with...
Getting a flu vaccine during 2020-2021 is more important than ever, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 is spread the same way the flu is spread. This year, Special Olympics is sharing flu education materials to help athletes practice prevention from possible exposure to both the flu and COVID-19.
After only two years in market, the campaign received its fourth award at the Sponsorship Marketing Awards (SMA) last week, receiving the Award of Distinction in the Cause Category for its 2019 activation.
Special Olympics Ontario athlete and published author Michael Jacques set to release new children’s book on inclusion
Special Olympics Ontario athlete, author and inspirational speaker Michael Jacques has published his first children’s book.