DOUGLAS, ISLE OF MAN (September 8, 2011) – When Team Canada walks into the Opening Ceremony at the Commonwealth Youth Games on the Isle of Man later today, the athle

DOUGLAS, Isle of Man (September 6, 2011) – Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) today announced that 16-year-old Asianna Covington (Surrey, BC) has been selected as Team Canada's...

OTTAWA (September 2, 2011) – Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) today announced the athletes, coaches and support staff that will represent Canada at the IV Commonwealth Youth...

His Excellency, Lt. Col. Bizwayo Newton Nkunika, the Zambian High Commissioner

It’s been a decade since 700 young people marched through Lusaka, Zambia in celebration of what was then a brand-new concept called Kicking AIDS Out (KAO).

OTTAWA - Athletics Canada has named the team that will compete at the 2011 Commonwealth Youth Games in Isle of Man, Great Britain.  This will be

Natalie Brett may be relatively new to Zeus, but she is already singing the praises of the Games-management software program. “Zeus will be a very useful tool to track our...

Victoria, BC: Head coach of the Canadian National Under-18 Men's Sevens team, Shane Thompson, has announced his roster of 12 players headed to the Commonwealth Youth Games...

There will be several interesting storylines when the Commonwealth Youth Games get underway on the Isle of Man in September, not the least of which will be witnessing the...

Brian MacPherson

OTTAWA, July 5, 2011 – Dr. Andrew Pipe, President of Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC), today announced that Brian MacPherson is the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer...

The Canadian Sport Policy presents a powerful vision for sport in Canada. The federal provincial/territorial Ministers responsible for sport have agreed to renew the...

Team Canada’s experiences with the recent Delhi Commonwealth Games will have a long-lasting impact on how future Canadian teams prepare for major international multi-sport...

A year ago, Jennie Petersen was in the midst of a 14-month placement in Trinidad and Tobago as part of Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC)’s innovative Capacity Support

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