Team Alberta Sledge Hockey Roster Announced


Alberta Sledge is proud to announce the 17 player roster for the Alberta Sledge Program during the 2019-20 season. The roster was finalized following a two-day tryout camp at Pason Centennial Arenas in Okotoks, Alberta.  The camp included skills evaluations and two intersquad games.  A total of 20 players were in contention for the coveted … Continue reading Team Alberta Sledge Hockey Roster Announced

Men’s U23 National Wheelchair Basketball selection camp announced


Congratulations to the 4 Alberta athletes who have been invited to the Men’s U23 National Wheelchair Basketball selection camp. Joining head coach Darrel Nordell (Edmonton, AB) at the selection camp at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, in Scarborough, Ont., from March 20-24 will be: Jon Bilan (Edmonton) Ben Tumack (Edmonton) Reed De’Aeth (Sherwood Park) … Continue reading Men’s U23 National Wheelchair Basketball selection camp announced

Wheelchair Rugby Canada Announces Tokyo 2020 Coaching Team


Congratulations to Patrick Côté who has been hired as the new head coach of the Canadian wheelchair rugby national team, while David Willsie will be joining him as an assistant coach. Also, joining these two coaches will be Alberta athletes Denolm & Brandon, who will be traveling to Richmond, BC for the National Team Selection … Continue reading Wheelchair Rugby Canada Announces Tokyo 2020 Coaching Team

Hosts Announced for 2017 Junior Regional Wheelchair Basketball Championships


(Ottawa, Ont.) Wheelchair Basketball Canada is pleased to announce that Wheelchair Sports Alberta (WSA) and the Nova Scotia Wheelchair Sports Association (NSWSA) will play host to the two Junior Regional Championships in 2017. Read more at: http://www.wheelchairbasketball.ca/news_press/hosts-announced-2017-junior-regional-wheelchair-basketball-championships/

Ottawa celebrates Canadian Olympians and Paralympians


Ottawa welcomed more than 250 Canadian athletes and coaches to celebrate their achievements at the Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Olympians and Paralympians began their day at the University of Ottawa and the Centre sportif de Gatineau, where they interacted with local communities. The athletes spent the first part of their day encouraging the … Continue reading Ottawa celebrates Canadian Olympians and Paralympians