2015 is The Year of Sport in Canada


FIFA Women's World Cup

June 6 to July 5
(Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montréal and Moncton)
Canada welcomes top soccer players to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015, one of the world’s premier women’s sport events

  Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games

July 10 to 26 and August 7 to 15
(Toronto and Greater Golden Horseshoe)
Join millions of Canadians in cheering on our athletes at the Toronto 2015 Pan and Parapan American Games, one of the largest multisport events ever held in Canada.

  Calendar of sport events

See what events are happening in your area and come out and cheer on Canada’s athletes as they reach for their podium dreams!


About the Year of Sport 2015
We encourage all Canadians to celebrate sport or to get involved in one of the 60+ international sport events being hosted in Canada.

Proclamation for the Year of Sport 2015
The proclamation celebrates the role sport plays in our Canadian identity and encourages Canadians to participate in and seek the benefits of sport.

A series of articles that provide perspectives on various themes and topics of particular interest to the sport community.
  Sport in Canada
Learn how our sport programs provide Canadians with access to sport as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, and help athletes participate and succeed in competitions.
Did You Know…?

Hockey is Canada’s national winter sport and it shows! The Canada - US Men's Gold Medal hockey game at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics was the most watched television broadcast ever in Canadian history. Nearly half of the Canadian population watched the entire game, while 80 percent of Canadians watched some part of the game (26.5 million). (source:

Women’s hockey made its first Olympic appearance at the 1998 Winter Games in Nagano where Canada won a silver medal. Since then, our Canadian team has dominated the podium, capturing the gold medal 4 consecutive times. Canada’s most recent Olympic gold wins include their 2-0 victory at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games and their thrilling overtime victory at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games.


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