Friday, February, 4th, 2022
WINNIPEG (February 4, 2022) – The Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba (CSCM) would like to congratulate all 215 Canadian athletes and their coaches for being named […]
Tuesday, December, 14th, 2021
The COPSI Network Announces WECAN Beijing Campaign Ahead of Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games For Immediate Release (French to Follow): WINNIPEG (December 14th, […]
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Wednesday, March, 31st, 2021
CSCM’s Sport Performance Nutrition Team explore Food Racism and what it looks like in the Canadian context. They take a look at what this means […]
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Thursday, June, 16th, 2022
Twelve years ago, Canada welcomed the world to Vancouver and Whistler for the incredibly impactful and memorable 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Now, exploration is underway with an eye on bringing the Games back again in eight years.
Friday, June, 3rd, 2022
Frédérique Lambert and Samuel Murray were winners in both the singles and doubles open divisions at Racquetball Canada’s National Championships held May 24 to 28 in Brossard.
Monday, May, 2nd, 2022
The Anti-Racism in Sport Accord commitments are basic actions that require goals to guide organizations to becoming fully anti-racist. Seeking to continue to grow as an organization is a value that should be embedded into the organization while working towards their anti-racism goals. This will contribute to ensuring Winnipeg sport is a safe space for all.