Special Olympics Canada News
These Special Olympics athletes want you to know that they should have full participation in decision making about matters relating to or affecting their lives.
This is how Special Olympics coaches and athletes are staying active – and connected – amid the COVID-19 risks
Special Olympics Ontario’s Rebecca Cuff is one of many volunteer coaches going the extra mile to make sure athletes stay active, healthy and safe amid COVID-19 risks. As of Monday March 16, all Special Olympics programming across the country was...
After five exhilarating days of athleticism, teamwork and dedication the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Thunder Bay 2020 have come to an end. Watch the video highlights.
At 70-years-young, Special Olympics Nova Scotia floor hockey player Richard Myette finally experienced his first National Games in Thunder Bay.
Meet this Special Olympics Team BC figure skater who designs and creates her own performance dresses
The 20-year-old athlete from Maple Ridge hit the rink at the 2020 Winter Games in dresses she designed and created herself.
Special Olympics Team NWT’s only athlete “carrying” the Territories on his back at the 2020 Winter Games
Yellowknife’s Josh Boudreau feels like he’s “carrying the Territories” on his back at the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Thunder Bay 2020.