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Say hello to Wowkwis (Whoa-quis), the official mascot for the 2023 Canada Winter Games. Named after the Mi’kmaq First Nations peoples’ word for “red fox,” Wowkwis celebrates the rich history of our province. A local, who hails from world-famous Rustico, Wowkwis’ favourite colour is turquoise because it resembles the water in the bay, and her… > Learn More

Angie Milbury, President of Ringette Canada, announced today that four individuals have been inducted into the Ringette Canada Hall of Fame in the Official and Builder Categories.  “The Ringette Hall of Fame is proud to welcome these incredible individuals,” said Milbury. “Their contributions to the sport of ringette are well documented and their induction to… > Learn More

In the summer of 2020, Ringette Canada launched its National Direction for Return to Ringette  to support and remind everyone involved in our sport that our game would be back – that our families, associations and communities would come back to the game we all love – stronger than ever.  We also emphasized that a… > Learn More

Ringette Canada, in partnership with Parachute Canada, has recently completed a ringette-specific concussion online training course. The course is hosted on our Sport for Life Campus along with the Come Try Ringette training course. As with the Come Try Ringette course, access to the concussion course is free with the use of coupon codes. Instructions… > Learn More

Why isn’t ringette in the Olympics?  Great question!  And one that is brought up frequently to Ringette Canada.  The process to become an Olympic sport is an interesting one, so we wanted to share how and why sports get chosen to be part of the Olympic games and how ringette fits into this picture. The… > Learn More

Ringette Canada is delighted to announce the recipients of the 22nd annual Agnes Jacks Scholarship Awards and the 20thannual Cara Brown Ringette Scholarship Awards. Receiving Agnes Jacks Scholarships are Malia Gee (Regina, SK) Cassidy Meyer (Taymouth, NB) Brooklyn MacInnis (Souris, PEI) Talia Russouw (Kelowna, BC) Brynn Stevenson (Lethbrdige, AB).  Receiving Cara Brown Ringette Scholarships are Kaylee Davies (Steinbach, MB) and Lauren… > Learn More

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