The Canada Games brings together more than 2,000 able-bodied athletes and athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities for the largest amateur multi-sport event in the country. Alternating between winter and summer, they span over 30 different sports to showcase the very best in Canadian sport and spirit. The Games are held under the stewardship of the Canada Games Council who provide continuity, leadership and support. We’re here to foster ongoing partnerships and ensure the Games leave an enduring legacy on communities from coast to coast to coast.
These events are made possible thanks to the Government of Canada alongside our Sponsors and Suppliers. But our community wouldn’t be complete without the contribution of National and Multi-Sport Organizations and their provincial counterparts, whose support is vital to bringing participants together under one flag.
We build bridges with and between stakeholders. We strengthen communities and our country through volunteerism, connections and partnerships.
We seek out, nurture and respect and embrace different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
We are uncompromising in our ethical behaviour and in our commitment to transparency and honesty.
We take pride in our work, stay focused on our purpose and exude positivity in all that we do.
Our team shares a passion for Canadian sport and a drive to make a difference in their community. We are proud to represent amateur athletes, our host cities and the country we call home. That’s why we work tirelessly to create a positive impact. Learn more about the staff and board members behind the largest amateur multi-sport event in the country.
Are you passionate about Canadian sport? Do you want to be part of a team that’s working to support amateur athletes and leave a positive impact on the next generation of Canadian leaders? Current opportunities will be listed below when available so you can see how to join our team.
Have questions? Looking for more information about the Canada Games, our organization, or our athletes? We’d love to hear from you.