with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics programs.
were brought to Chicago by Harold Smith to represent Canada at the first International Special Olympics in 1968
Special Olympics Canada is pleased to announce Tim Hortons as its newest Platinum National Partner, proudly joining 25 other partners of the Special Olympics Movement in Canada. “We’re thrilled that Tim Hortons has signed as a Platinum National Partner with Special Olympics Canada,” says Sharon Bollenbach, CEO, Special Olympics Canada. “It is an honour to [...]Read More
Special Olympics is thrilled to announce, as a movement, we officially have 1.2 million Unified Teammates, surpassing the goal of 1 million set out in 2011. We are changing the world 1 game at a time, and could not be more proud to celebrate the 1.2 million Unified Sports teammates throughout the globe. Unified sports [...]Read More
Here it is Team Canada, your official logo for the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games! It was a 1 vote margin of victory for option #2 with 92 votes total. Thanks to all Team Canada members, mission staff and coaches for casting their ballots at training camps over the last few weeks. We think [...]Read More