Canada Winter Games

In February 1967, in Québec City, the dream was finally realized. For the first time in Canada’s history, 1,800 athletes from 10 provinces and two territories gathered to compete in 15 sports. Under the Games motto ‘Unity through Sport’, these first Canada Winter Games paved the way to what is now Canada’s largest multi-sport competition for young athletes.

Held every two years, alternating between summer and winter, the Canada Games are a key event in the development of Canada’s young athletes. As the best in their age group, these young competitors come to the Games having trained long and hard to be among those chosen to represent their respective province or territory and compete for the Canada Games Flag and Centennial Cup. With the Canada Games poised as a key step in the development of Canada’s future stars, Canada Games athletes are Canada’s next generation national, international and Olympic champions.

The Canada Games and their lasting legacies continue to be the catalyst for the growth of sport and recreation across the country. The Canada Games, a celebration of youth, sport, culture and community, are the product of ongoing collaboration between the Government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments, host municipalities, the private sector and the Canada Games Council.

Ringette has been part of the Canada Winter Games since 1991.

The next Canada Winter Games will take place in Red Deer, Alberta in 2019.

In ringette, the Canada Games is an opportunity for Learn to Win stage athletes to compete as part of their provincial team. This is seen as a stepping-stone towards international level competition.

Gold Silver Bronze Total
Alberta 2 2 0 4
British Columbia 0 0 3 3
Manitoba 1 3 0 4
New Brunswick 0 0 1 1
Nova Scotia 0 0 1 1
Ontario 4 2 0 6
Prince Edward Island 0 0 0 0
Québec 0 0 2 2
Saskatchewan 0 0 1 1

*Updated May 1, 2015

Past events and results

2015: Prince George, British Columbia
2011: Halifax, Nova Scotia
2007: Whitehorse, Yukon
2003: Bathurst-Campbellton, New Brunswick
1999: Cornerbrook, Newfoundland
1995: Grande Prairie, Alberta
1991: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Provincial Associations