In exactly one year, the 2023 Canada Winter Games will get underway in PEI! To mark the occasion, the Host Society announced today the launch of the online volunteer application portal, and welcomed Karbon as the official volunteer uniform outfitter.
Today, Chefs de Mission from Canada’s 13 provinces and territories are arriving in Prince Edward Island to get a preview of the preparations underway for the 2023 Canada Winter Games as they attend Mission Conference #1 from April 4-7.
The Canada Games Council (CGC) and the 2023 Canada Games Host Society are pleased to welcome Vision33 Canada Inc. as a National Multi-Games Partner of the Canada Games, starting with the 2023 Canada Winter Games in Prince Edward Island.
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island — Islanders can now visit the 2023 Canada Games Volunteer Centre, located at 121B Sandstone Road in Charlottetown, to learn more about volunteer opportunities, receive assistance with their application, and complete phases of their volunteer journey.
The Canada Games Winter Games Host Society is creating a database of creators and performers living in Prince Edward Island, to draw from as paid performance opportunities arise leading up to and during the 2023 Canada Winter Games.
The 2023 Canada Games Host Society is excited to reveal its ticket program for the PEI 2023 Games. Select Games passes are now available to the general public through Ticketmaster and the Credit Union Place box office in Summerside, with a special early bird price for family passes offered until March 31, 2022.
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.
A mother was brought to tears as she watched her daughter’s shocked reaction in finding out her drawing was selected as the winner in the 2023 Canada Winter Games mascot design contest...
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.
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.