Canada Games 2023 is taking place Feb 24 – Mar 5, 2023 in PEI.
We need to select up to 3 Coaches, a Manager and a Wax Technician. The Manitoba team will consist of 6 male and 6 female skiers under 21 years of age (born 2003 or later) and up to 3 Para Nordic skiers (born 1993 or later).
Coaches need to be Certified Competition Development coaches by November 2022. Manager and Wax Tech do not need coach certification. Honorarium to be negotiated.
The Canadian Paralympic Committee’s “CONNECTION 2021” program is tailored specifically to women with disabilities who are interested in Para sport. With an all-star female cast of Paralympians, national team athletes, speakers, and hosts ready to engage with female participants, the event aims to ignite the passion for Para sport.
CONNECTION 2021 is open to women ages 16 and older who have a disability, with or without previous sport experience and who are excited to get involved in Para sport. We are also welcoming current or former athletes from all levels aiming to explore a new Paralympic sport or discover a new sport that can complement their main discipline.
The event will be held entirely on Zoom and will consist of two half-day sessions on Saturday, June 5 and Sunday, June 6 (starting at 11:30PM CDT and ending at 4PM CDT on both days).
Interested women can submit their expression of interest by May 15, 2021. The maximum number of participants selected will be 25 and participants must be based in Canada.
The 2022 Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro will take place February 27 – March 5, 2022 in Niverville, Manitoba. Upwards of 7,500 athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers will participate in these Games. The Manitoba Games are administered by Sport Manitoba. The Games are the province’s largest ongoing multi-sport program bringing together participants from across the province, and are held every two years, alternating between summer and winter sport events.
“The Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro is the largest ongoing multi-sport event in the province. Thorough planning is necessary well in advance for an event this size, where athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and sponsors from across the province work together to provide a safe and memorable experience for everyone,” said Janet McMahon, Interim President & CEO of Sport Manitoba. “As excitement grows and preparation continues for the 2022 Games, we also understand and recognize the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and that public health orders will ultimately determine whether these Games will take place – participant safety is, in the end, the highest priority. We’d like to thank everyone for their ongoing efforts and commitment and look forward to Niverville hosting the 2022 Manitoba Winter Games.”
SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER
Volunteer recruitment launches March 1. These Games will require upwards of 800 volunteers to support the behind the scenes, planning, and execution of the Games in a variety of roles, and their contribution will be a key factor in the Games’ success. People interested in volunteering can apply, here: sportmanitoba.ca/niverville2022
We’re doing something a little different this year!
Our clubs couldn’t host events, our performance athletes couldn’t compete and that meant a lot more people had a lot more time to get creative and enjoy an unusual ski season.
We have a few ideas for annual awards (see below) but this year we challenge you to reflect and use your imagination and tell us WHO inspired you this season and WHAT accomplishment has earned your vote for an annual award.
Deadline for nominations is March 31st, 2021.
We won’t be able to celebrate our accomplishments together over a meal and good conversation but we promise to send all award winners a CCSAM Recognition stoneware mug made by a local maker.
Thanks in advance for sending in your nomination(s)!