Special Olympics Canada News

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June, 2021
When Sosena Tezera first discovered that her son Emmanuel had a gross motor delay, it was extremely difficult for her to accept the differences and challenges that she worried he would later face. It was then that Sosena decided to go back to school...
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June, 2021
This June 23 marks the first-ever Differences Day, a day of national recognition meant to celebrate our many differences, brought to you by Rise Little Earthling in support of Special Olympics Canada. Special Olympics Canada is proud to be a part of...
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May, 2021
Special Olympics athletes across the country have had a tough year being away from their regular in-person programming, but they are staying positive, active and connected while planning their comeback! Meet Special Olympics Alberta athlete Darby...
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April, 2021
Special Olympics Canada is thrilled to announce its partnership with The John Tavares Foundation. Through shared ideologies of inclusion, community and sport, the partnership came to life with a mutual vision that every child should have an equal...
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April, 2021
Crystal Williams est athlète d’Olympiques spéciaux depuis maintenant 16 ans. Pendant cette période, elle a participé aux programmes de curling et de boccia, a fait du bénévolat à des Jeux provinciaux et a même rencontré celui qui est devenu son mari, Matthew Williams, et qui a récemment été nommé Athlète de l’année 2020 d’Olympiques spéciaux Canada. Il va sans dire qu’Olympiques spéciaux a joué un rôle marquant dans la vie de Crystal.
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April, 2021
Special Olympics Canada has partnered with the Canadian Disability Participation Project (CDPP) to produce A Blueprint for Building Quality Participation in Sport for Children and Youth with Intellectual Disabilities. This Blueprint introduces...