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A legend that begins in Jamaica, 1967. Famous for his speed and power as a champion sprinter, ________ immigrated to Canada at twelve-years-old . . . Who is he? Comment below! A new experience, Contributions Online
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On this day, in 1964, Roger Jackson & George Hungerford rowed their way to glory at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Despite Hungerford recovering from mononucleosis & having no experience, the pair miraculously brought home the only 🇨🇦 gold medal that year.…Yl
Thank you @WomenansSportCA and congratulations to the organizations that have been selected to advance this important work!…
We're excited to announce that applications for the 2022 WISE Fund Grant are now OPEN! This year, we will be awarding 45 organizations with $2500 to advance gender equity in Canadian sport. Visit our website for more information and to apply now:
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October 11 is International Day of the Girl Child. In sport, COVID-19 has cast a shadow over Canadian girls. Have a read on the impact of COVID-19 for girls in sport and the important actions to support their return to sport. #WHM
Women made more than headlines at the Tokyo Olympics: they made history. #DYK - Of the 381 Canadian athletes at the Tokyo Olympics, 233 were women and they won 18 of Canada’s 24 medals. #WomensHistoryMonth
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We’re facing huge challenges – climate crisis, water shortages, inequalities – now more than ever we need a plan for the future that works for everyone and leaves no one behind. On #greensportsday we’re reminded that climate action is a team sport. 🤝�qT
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We Are Ready 🤜🏻🤛🏽🤜🏼🤛🏾 Together, we’ll spark greatness and share the warmth, community, and spirit of PEI with every corner of the country. From athletes and coaches to volunteers and fans, the 2023 Games will make every Canadian an Is#CWG2023##WeAreReadyA#2023CanadaGamesaFdYxzBvr
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October is #WomensHistoryMonth in Canada! 2021’s theme is: Women Making History Now. Let’s celebrate the contributions of 🇨🇦 Canadian women and the advancement of women’s rights and gender equality in
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We couldn’t have said it better ourselves! We are heading in the right direction, friends.👏…2
Coaches: Make a head start by watching the #Concussion eLearning Series to help you gain the knowledge and skills required to ensure the safety of your athletes. 🧠 #ConcussionEdd l#SportCanadaa 🍁 @parachutecanadad@GovCanHealtht@SIRCtweetst@CAC_ACECAx
Happy #WorldSmileDay ! Did you know that smiling, just like physical activity, increases the production of happy hormones? Get moving today and don't forget to smile for a double dose of joy! 📷 Destination CanadaJ
Today is #OrangeShirtDay, in support of the Survivors of Residential schools. Today also marks the 1st annual National Day of #TruthAndReconciliation. A time to learn the history of residential schools & hear stories from Survivors & their families.… #NDTR
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Tomorrow is #OrangeShirtDay. We encourage you to wear orange to remember the lost Indigenous children sent to residential schools and to honour Survivors, their families, and their communities. To find out more about Orange Shirt Day visit:… #NDTR
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Today is #WorldHeartDay! ❤️ It’s important to take care of your heart by staying physically active. Learn more about physical activity and heart health:
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Today is #RowansLawDay. It is commemorated annually on the last Wednesday of September to raise awareness about #concussion prevention & management. @opheacanada has a free toolkit for schools to learn Rowan Stringer's story & about concussion safety.…
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Are you an athlete, a coach, a teacher, a parent or a healthcare professional? Consult the Canadian Guideline on Concussion in Sport… Because it’s a collective responsibility! � #ConcussionEdd l#SportCanadaa @parachutecanadaa@GovCanHealthh@SIRCtweetss3
Did you know that Skate Canada has an app dedicated to concussion education? The app shows you how to prevent, recognize, manage and track a concussion. 👉 Download it in both the App store, Google play or available on the safe skate website! #ConcussionEdd#HeadstrongCanadaaR
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Female athletes have a higher risk of #concussion than male athletes, male & female athletes experience concussions in different ways, & female athletes may take longer to recover from a concussion. #SIRCuit by @BrynnaKerr & @reemashafi #HeadstrongCanada
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#ConcussionAwarenessWeek - True or false? If you aren’t ‘knocked out’ then you don’t have a concussion. Answer: It’s false! Only approximately 10% of concussions involve a loss of consciousness. Test your concussion knowledge: #SportCanada 🍁l
Show your coach some love by sharing the best advice they ever gave you and using #ThanksCoach on your post! @CAC_ACE…
How Canadians feel about #TeamCanada’s performance at the #Tokyo2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. 😊 What was your favourite moment? #SportCanadaMaplee�#TBTB#ThrowbackThursdayaYx
Did you know sport is the biggest volunteer segment in Canada? During National #CoachesWeek, we celebrate the important role of coaches in our communities. Join us in saying #ThanksCoach! @VolunteerCanada
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Happy National Coaches Week! Your passion and dedication inspire us. Thank you for your continuous efforts put towards shaping many Canadians into wonderful athletes! #ThanksCoach #CoachesWeek @CAC_ACE…
Congratulations to Kerri Einarson, Métis from Camp Morton, and Conner Roulette, member of the Misipawistik Cree Nation, recipients of the 2021 Tom Longboat Awards! The awards celebrate Indigenous excellence in sport.…
We had a blast watching the #Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games over the last couple weeks! What a ride for #TeamCanada! 🎉 Congratulations to all of our incredible athletes! You made Canada proud. 👏🇨🇦 📸Dave Holland, Scott Grant/Canadian Paralympic CommidEKdw
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“Tenacity, mental discipline and strength were on full display at the Tokyo Paralympics. Congratulations to all athletes on your success at the Games. You have made Canada very proud!” - #GGMaySimon Photos: Scott Grant, Dave Holland/Canadian Paralympic Committee
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Their story. Our history.🍁 After incredible performances that saw Canada’s best athletes claim their place atop the world of sport, history has been made at#Tokyo20200 Congratulations to all#TeamCanadaa athletes! 📷: Canadian Paralympic Committee #SportCanadaddR
What a fantastic #Tokyo2020 journey for Brent Lakatos. 🎆 ✅ 🥈🥈🥈🥈 ✅ Participated in 6 events ✅ His#Paralympicsmpics ✅ Canada's flag bearer at the Closing Ceremony 🇨🇦 ✅ EPIC!…CthiZqtdzc
Heading into the last day of competiton #TeamCanada has won 21 medals at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Full Day 11 recap here:…. Full medal tables are available at
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You did it, Nate!🥇 There is nothing quite like having your loved ones believe in you! Let’s hear it for all the parents, coaches, role models and inspirations that have helped guide#TeamCanadaa athletes on their path to#Tokyo20200#SportCanadaa @NateGraywolff l@CDNParalympicssg
A Paralympic debut to remember. A gold medal 🥇 + a new Paralympic record time ⏱️! Nate Riech just wrote a new chapter 📖 of his story. A dominant performance (Men's 1500m - T38). Congratulations, Nate! 👏🇨🇦 This is Nate's story, this is our history#SportCanadaCowOcjP
Liam Stanley finishes 5th in the men's T38 1500 metres, setting a new T37 Paralympic record in the process: 4:06.95! #ExperienceGreatness #Paralympics #TeamCanada
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Congratulations to @VBallCanada on an amazing run at #Tokyo2020! 🏐 Going from 7th to 4th is excellent! Proud of this team!👏🇨…RuwQv
“I live and breathe being Canadian”. Something we will never get tired of hearing. We are proud to have you represent our country at #Tokyo2020, Renee! Good luck! 🇨�#SportCanadada@AthleticsCanadada @CDNParalympicscwC
🥁🥁🥁 Introducing the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games closing ceremony flag bearer 🇨🇦#TeamCanadae@AthleticsCanadai@BrentLak@G4G7COI4i
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Canada, here's your #Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games Closing Ceremony flag bearer: Brent Lakatos! 🇨🇦 We'll be cheering you on as you compete in the men's T54 marathon on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. ET. Congratulations, Brent! 👏…V1bM
Can you believe tonight is already Day 11 at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games ?!?! You do not want to miss out on this action:… #TeamCanada #Tokyo2020
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If you’re looking to play your best, then the answer is simple...HAVE FUN! 😜 Day 10 in photos.#Tokyo20200 📷: Canadian Paralympic Committee #TeamCanadad#SportCanadadzV
What a fantastic race! A first Paralympic medal 🥉 for@marissa_papss! 👏👏 DYK? Papaconstantinou took up Para athletics at age 11 at the Phoenix Track Club in Scarborough, Ont. Enjoy the race. �…hkDiWd
Soooo fast! 🚀 A golden swim🥇a#Tokyo202020. History in the making. Congratulation@fljp200202!👏 This is Danielle's story. This is our history.…BlCE
Aurélie Rivard finishes 4th in Women's 200m Individual Medley - SM10! This is what concludes her incredible #Tokyo2020 journey. She brings back to 🇨🇦 🥇🥇🥈🥉🥉and friendships to cherish forever. ✈️🧳 What an extraordinary Paralympian. Congratulati#SportCanadaortNtkIBbPYuN
#TeamCanada ending their tournament with a big win against Japan. Congratulations on your 5th place, you gave us quite the show! 🏀👏🇨�…0x51
A wonderful race by Brianna Hennessy at #Tokyo2020! Check it out! 👀 Congratulations! 👏🇨#SportCanadanada…Adksp
There is always a bright side, no matter the adversity. #TeamCanada’s athletes are the truest example of that. Congratulations to all athletes competing at #Tokyo2020. We are #SportCanada proud! @NateGraywolf l @AthleticsCanada l @CDNParalympics
Here’s your recap of day 9 of the #Tokyo2020 Paralympic Games! 📷: Canadian Paralympic Committee #SportCanadaaU
Brent Lakatos is unstoppable😤. He shows up every day for a new event and amazes us every time! Congratulations on your🥈meda@BrentLakak! #SportCanadada…GT
You’re simply the best! 🎧 (TEN-TEN-TEN-TENN 🎹) Aurélie Rivard wins silver 🥈 in Women’s 100m Backstroke S10. Her 10th medal of her Paralympic career! Amazing. And the best part? She still has another event left! 38 million Canadians 🇨🇦 are proud of her!#SportCanadaCan3reMbw5
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