by Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
with an intellectual disability are registered in Special Olympics programs.
B.C. coach named Special Olympics North America 2015 Coach of the Year Abbotsford’s Tom Norton receives top international coaching honour The excellence and dedication of Special Olympics British Columbia coach Tom Norton have earned international recognition, as the Abbotsford-based volunteer has been selected as Special Olympics North America’s 2015 Coach of the Year. The Special [...]Read More
TORONTO, ON, January 11, 2015 – Special Olympics Canada has announced its Chef de Mission, Mission Staff and Head Coaches for the upcoming 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Graz, Austria. These individuals were carefully selected from their years of experience and involvement within the Special Olympics Movement. Special Olympics Canada is thrilled to [...]Read More
The purpose of the research program of Special Olympics Canada is to promote and support research activities that enhance athlete development, athlete performance, coaching development and/or other areas of focus as identified in the 2012-2017 Special Olympics Canada Strategic Plan. Eligibility Applications are accepted from investigators who have a demonstrated record of research and are [...]Read More