The 2023 Canada Winter Games Host Society announced today the addition of four new organizations to its growing roster of sponsors: Grant Thornton, Maritime Electric, Coach Atlantic Maritime Bus, and Dairy Farmers of PEI.
To celebrate the official opening of the Volunteer Centre, located at 121B Sandstone Road in Charlottetown, the 2023 Canada Games Host Society is welcoming Islanders to an open house on Thursday, April 7 from 3 to 7 p.m.
The 2023 Canada Winter Games Host Society recognizes and values the opinion of Island youth, who are the leaders of tomorrow, and encourage them to participate in a survey where they can share ideas and suggestions for the 2023 Canada Games festival site.
Every February, Canadians across the country celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of Black Canadians who, throughout history, have played a significant role in making Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous nation that it is today.
Jess Cameron and Luke Beck will be the head coaches for Prince Edward Island’s hockey teams on home ice when P.E.I. hosts the Canada Games in 2023. Hockey P.E.I. announced the staffs for the girls and boys teams on Tuesday, June 29...
Having represented Prince Edward Island as an athlete in Cape Breton in 1987, a spectator in PEI in 1991 and 2009, and a coach in Red Deer in 2019, Robinson saw the hard work volunteers put in, so when the opportunity presented itself to volunteer for the 2023 Canada Winter Games in her home province she jumped at the chance.
With just 10 days to go from the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games, athletes around the globe are gearing up to compete on the world’s biggest stage. Among the many Canadian athletes heading to Beijing is PEI’s very own, Brett Gallant, who will be making his Olympic debut on the ice.
The Canada Games Council (CGC) invites Canadians to celebrate sporting excellence and outstanding achievement on and off the field of play by nominating acclaimed alumni for the 2022 and 2023 Canada Games Hall of Honour.
It can be daunting to follow in the considerable footprints left by one of curling’s best, but that's not stopping Brad Gushue's nephews. While Gushue was competing for a second world championship, his nephews Parker Tipple, 16, and his 15-year-old brother Spencer — the sons of Gushue’s sister, Natasha — were competing for a curling championship of their own.