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A special drum gifted to Marnie McBean, Canada's Chef de Mission for Tokyo 2020, by the Squamish Nation is being heard at Olympic venues each day at Tokyo 2020.
A total of 16 athletes - seven women and nine men - are set to represent Canada at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics in athletics, with half of the team set to make their debut at the Games.
Curling Canada has committed to injecting CAD200,000 (£114,700/$159,000/€134,700) into the country's grassroots youth curling system.
Maude Charron went into weightlifting "just for fun", finds training a bit boring, and had never made an international appearance at the time of the last Olympic Games in 2016.
The schedule for the 2021 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Women's World Championship has been announced, running from August 20 to August 31.
Winona Hartvikson will make her Paralympic debut at the age of 62 after being named as part of Canada’s equestrian squad for next month’s Games here.
Three-time Olympic gold medallist Cherie Piper has been appointed as Hockey Canada's senior manager of scouting and player development within the governing body’s national women’s programme.
Canada has selected its wheelchair basketball teams for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Experienced basketball player Miranda Ayim and rugby sevens star Nathan Hirayama have been selected as Canada’s flagbearers for the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games here on Friday (July 23).
Those local to the University of Lethbridge Community Stadium in Canada have benefited from a one-day clinic organised by the Alberta Skeleton Association (ASA) with eyes on the next Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Biathlon Canada has encouraged members to take part in a project that will examine the state of gender equity within the governing body as well as the sport.
A new 50/50 raffle has been launched in Canada to boost investment into the country's team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and future Games.
Wheelchair tennis player Rob Shaw and judoka Priscilla Gagné are the latest athletes to be added to Canada’s squad for next month’s Paralympics here.
U SPORTS, Canadian university sport's governing body, has announced a three-year partnership with CSL Esports and is launching a gaming division.