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Held every two years since 1967, alternating between summer and winter, the Canada Games are a key event in the development of Canada’s young athletes. As the best in their age group, these young competitors come to the Games having trained long and hard to be among those chosen to represent their respective province or territory. With the Canada Games poised as a key step in the development of Canada’s future stars, Canada Games athletes are Canada’s next generation national, international and Olympic champions. (Ref: www.2017canadagames.ca)

Canada Games Host Cities 

1967 – First Canada Winter Games – Québec City, Québec

1969 – First Canada Summer Games – Halifax/Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

1971 – Canada Winter Games – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1973 – Canada Summer Games – New Westminster/Burnaby, B.C.

1975 – Canada Winter Games – Lethbridge, Alberta

1977 – Canada Summer Games – St. John's Newfoundland

1979 – Canada Winter Games – Brandon, Manitoba

1981 – Canada Summer Games – Thunder Bay, Ontario

1983 – Canada Winter Games – Saguenay-Lac St. Jean, Québec

1985 – Canada Summer Games – Saint John, New Brunswick

1987 – Canada Winter Games – Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia

1989 – Canada Summer Games – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

1991 – Canada Winter Games – Charlottetown, P.E.I.

1993 – Canada Summer Games – Kamloops, B.C.

1995 – Canada Winter Games – Grande Prairie, Alberta

1997 – Canada Summer Games – Brandon, Manitoba

1999 – Canada Winter Games – Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador

2001 – Canada Summer Games – London, Ontario

2003 – Canada Winter Games – Bathurst-Campbellton, New Brunswick

2005 – Canada Summer Games – Regina, Saskatchewan

2007 – Canada Winter Games – Whitehorse, Yukon

2009 – Canada Summer Games – Prince Edward Island

2011 – Canada Winter Games – Halifax, Nova Scotia

2013 - Canada Summer Games - Sherbrooke, Québec

2015 - Canada Winter Games - Prince George, British Columbia

2017 - Canada Summer Games - Winnipeg, Manitoba