Special Olympics Canada News

Leonka Kaluha
As the excitement builds for the upcoming Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Calgary 2024, we are happy to introduce Leonka Kaluha, a remarkable athlete and a proud Athlete Ambassador for the Games. Beyond the medals, Leonka's journey with Special...
Calgary Games Organizing Committee
Meet Allie, Darby, Damion, Leonka and Siobhan — the Athlete Ambassadors for the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Calgary 2024. You'll see this terrific group of athletes out in the community as they attend and speak at events, interview other athletes and support partnerships in the lead up to the Games.
Special Olympics Canada strongly endorses Minister Carla Qualtrough's announcement regarding the establishment of the Future of Sport in Canada Commission . This landmark initiative is a pivotal response to the calls for a comprehensive review of the...
Special Olympics Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Charity Sheehan as Chef de Mission and Juli Prokopchuk Brattan as Assistant Chef de Mission for Special Olympics Team Canada 2025. This dynamic duo previously served as Chef de Mission and Assistant Chef, respectively, for the Special Olympics Team Canada 2022.
Jackie Barret
Special Olympics Canada has partnered with Canada's Sports Hall of Fame to launch a new curriculum-aligned national education program that will share the Special Olympics story with more Canadian youth while championing the inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in sport and in life.
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month – an annual reminder of the pressing need for equal employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. It is a time to recognize and celebrate the unique talents and contributions that individuals with diverse abilities bring to the workforce.