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CLOSED: RFP for the Opportunity to Supply Lapel Pins to 2022 and 2023 Canada Games

The Saskatchewan Games Council Inc. is pleased to invite proposals for the opportunity to supply lapel pins for Team Sask participants (athletes, coaches, managers, and mission staff) attending the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara, ON and the 2023 Canada Winter Games in PEI. Our anticipated team size is 475 participants for the 2022 Canada Summer Games and 375 participants for the 2023…

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Mission Staff Applications Now Open for Niagara 2021 Canada Summer Games

Are you passionate about sport? Are you a proud Saskatchewanian? We want you to join our team! Team Sask is seeking energetic, enthusiastic and experienced individuals to serve as mission staff at the Niagara 2021 Canada Summer Games! Mission staff are the "team behind the team." As a mission staffer, you'll be recruited to support the athletes, coaches, managers and…

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Team Sask Chef de Mission and Assistant Chef de Mission Named for the 2021 Canada Summer Games

Team Sask Chef de Mission and Assistant Chef de Mission Named for the 2021 Canada Summer Games The Saskatchewan Games Council is pleased to announce the Team Saskatchewan Chef de Mission and Assistant Chef de Mission for the upcoming 2021 Canada Summer Games in Niagara, ON. Mark Bracken and Greg Perreaux, both of the Saskatchewan Games Council, will return as Chef de Mission and Assistant Chef…

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Canada Games Apprentice Coach programs open for applications through January 10, 2020

The Women in Coaching Canada Games Apprenticeship Program is a partnership between the Provincial/Territorial Coaching Representatives (PTCRs), the Canada Games Council (CGC), and the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC). This program provides the opportunity for each province and territory to send 2 female coaches to the Canada Games in apprenticeship roles.  The Aboriginal Apprentice…

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Team Sask concludes the 2019 Canada Winter Games in sixth place with 17 medals

Team Sask concludes the 2019 Canada Winter Games in sixth place with 17 medals RED DEER, AB (March 5th, 2019): After two weeks of intense competition between 3,600 athletes from across Canada in 19 different sports, the 2019 Canada Winter Games have concluded. With a total of 17 medals and 164.5 flag points, Team Sask has finished in sixth place in both medals and flag point standings. Flag…

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