Special Olympics Canada Saddened by the Passing of Supporter and Champion, The Honourable Jim Flaherty
Special Olympics Canada (SOC) is deeply saddened by the passing of a passionate champion and advocate, Minister Jim Flaherty. We extend our sincerest condolences to Minister Flaherty’s family, friends and colleagues in this difficult time. Special Olympics in Canada will miss an impassioned and committed supporter. While seeking increased financial support for the delivery of [...]Read more
Special Olympics Canada Congratulates the following Mission Staff and Head Coaches on being selected to Team Canada!
Special Olympics Canada would like to congratulate the following individuals on being selected as Mission Staff and Head Coaches on Team Canada for the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games which will be held in Los Angeles! Collectively, it is a phenomenal group and we could not be more excited to gear up for the [...]Read more
For all those wishing to apply to become an associate coach at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in LA, the application process is now open! Please visit the ‘Be Involved’ tab and ‘Join Team Canada’ subtab to find the applications! http://www.specialolympics.ca/be-involved/join-team-canada/Read more
A year ago today, Special Olympics Canada lost one of its greatest champions and supporters. Frank Selke was a tireless advocate for our organization. With his passion, guidance and commitment to the movement, Special Olympics Canada prospered. It is safe to say, SOC would not be where it is today without Frank and his contagious [...]Read more
Special Olympics Canada is pleased to announce that Blair McIntosh will be joining the organization as our new Vice President, Sport. With over 30 years of experience in the Canadian amateur sport system, Blair comes to Special Olympics Canada from the Sport Alliance of Ontario where he has been the CEO since December 2012. Just [...]Read more