Special Olympics Canada News

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June, 2022
This National Indigenous History Month – and all year long – we celebrate the inspiring achievements of Special Olympics athletes across Canada with Indigenous heritage, including accomplished Special Olympics Manitoba athlete William Hart. William...
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June, 2022
This past weekend, the longest-serving Special Olympics Team Canada attended a Training Camp in Toronto. They’ve been training together virtually for the past two years. Watch as they gather for the very first time.
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April, 2022
TORONTO, ON, April 7, 2022 –Today marks another important milestone for Special Olympics Canada (SOC), the Government of Canada’s 2022 federal budget includes a renewal of $1.8M in incremental funding for SOC bringing their total annual commitment to...
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February, 2022
Special Olympics Canada's volunteer Board of Directors is composed of business and sport leaders, athletes, educators and experts in intellectual disabilities from across Canada. The Board of Directors develops, implements and monitors policies that...
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November, 2021
I know first-hand what a difference your support makes to Special Olympics athletes – and to the people who love them. If you have a friend or family member who would like to find out more about Special Olympics, please encourage them to get involved. I can promise that it will change their lives like it did ours.
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October, 2021
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month and we are celebrating inclusion in the workplace by hearing from Special Olympics Ontario athlete, Catherine Partlow. Catherine has been an athlete since she was 14-years-old, before she became an employee at Special Olympics Canada’s partner, JYSK.