The Government of Saskatchewan and Sask Sport celebrated athletes, coaches and officials with Saskatchewan connections who participated in the 2016 Summer Olympic and Paralympic games during a ceremony at the Saskatchewan Legislature.
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The following day was spent working with Regina Police School Resources to visit DreamBroker inner-city schools and chat with the students.
Constable Claude with 2016 Rio Olympian, Taryn Suttie
Constable Costanza with 2016 Rio Paralympian, Samantha Ryan

Registration for VISTA 2017 in Toronto is now open

Up until 15 June 2017 there is a special discount rate of CAD $400 to attend the leading conference for parasport experts. Registration for September 20 - 23 VISTA 2017 conference for sports scientists and experts in parasport in Toronto, Canada, is now open at with organizers offering a special early bird discount for attendees. The theme is "Opportunities and Challenges in Paralympic Sport Science and Sport Medicine Support," and around 300 of the world's leading sports scientists, sport medicine practitioners, classifiers, coaches, athletes and sport administrators are expected to attend.

FIFA Live Your Goals
Canada Soccer is pleased to announce that in partnership with FIFA and the Saskatchewan Soccer Association, the World Cup Canada 2015™ legacy will continue with the hosting of a #LiveYourGoals Festival in Saskatoon at the SaskTel Sports Centre on Saturday, December 3. The afternoon clinic for young girls aged six to twelve will feature Olympic bronze medalist, former Women's National Team goalkeeper and television personality, Karina LeBlanc.

Registration for the clinic is available on the Saskatchewan Soccer Association website or by clicking HERE.

Did the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games get you excited?
Did the athletes inspire you?
Do you now want to try some of these exciting parasports?

Then check out the #Parasport programs and how you can get involved in Saskatchewan...and for information on the Parasport Club & Equipment Grants visit

The 2016 WADA Prohibited List came into effect on January 1, 2016

(Ottawa, Ontario - January 4, 2016) - The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) would like to alert the Canadian sport community that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) 2016 Prohibited List came into effect on January 1, 2016.
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