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13,437 registered 5-pin bowlers

make the sport among the most popular in Special Olympics.

12 floor hockey players

were brought to Chicago by Harold Smith to represent Canada at the first International Special Olympics in 1968

Team Canada

Policy and Procedures

The guidelines for Special Olympics Canada

Like any organization, we have a detailed series of rules and regulations to ensure that our programs and services are run in a uniform and appropriate manner across our chapters. These guidelines also ensure fair treatment of all those who choose to be involved with Special Olympics Canada, as well as reputable business practices within our daily operations.

If you have any questions regarding the Policy and Procedures manual, please contact Marian Coulson, Director of Sport and Competition at mcoulson (at) specialolympics.ca or 416-927-9050 ext. 4387.

Special Olympics Canada Policy and Procedures Manual

Section 1 – Administration
Section 2 – Finances
Section 3 – Marketing and Public Relations
Section 4 – Programs
Section 5 – Training and Competition 
Section 6 – Committees (under revision)
Section 7 – Addendum (under revision)