Canada Summer Games



2025 Canada Summer Games will take place in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador August 8-24, 2025

Team Alberta will compete in 17 sports and will have 26 teams attending the games.  We are "Ready To Rock" Check out the 2025 Canada Games Host Society website for more information

Team Alberta Mission Staff

Do you have what it takes to be a Team Alberta Mission Staff member? Do you work well in a team environment, like Multisport games, possess high energy and a positive attitude? Mission staff may be the right position for you.

Applications for the volunteer positions of Mission Staff for Team Alberta at the 2025 Canada Summer Games are now open. Go to our Mission Staff page for more information.

Canada Games Sports Schedule

Ready to start planning for the Canada Summer Games? Find below the overview of the Sports schedule. Sport specific schedules will be available closer to the games.

2025 Overview Sport Schedule

Sport Information

Looking for information on eligibility restrictions, age categories and team sizes? Check out the links below for everything you need to know about the upcoming Games.

Sport Technical Packages - scroll down to find your sport.

Technical Package Summary

Team Sizes

Age Categories

Eligibility Restrictions



Please find below links to the files and guidelines  for the new Team Alberta Logo. If you require a different format please contact Cam Berwald at [email protected] or Sheri Wilson at [email protected]

Team Alberta Logo Guidelines

Team Alberta Horizontal Logos 

Black – JPG 

Color – PNG                                                   

Color – EPS

Team Alberta Vertical Logos  

Black – JPG

Color – PNG

Color – EPS


More information & Important Files:



Team Alberta wins the Centennial Cup at the 2022 Canada Summer Games

Team Alberta was thrilled to receive the Centennial Cup for the 2022 Canada Summer Games. This Cup is presented to the province showing the greatest improvement in the final standings in comparison to the previous Canada Games (summer to summer and winter to winter). Alberta also won this award at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer; AB. Team Alberta continued their incredible pursuits and accomplishments in Niagara.

“It’s truly thrilling for team Alberta to win the Centennial Cup.” said Cam Berwald, Team Alberta’s Chef de Mission. “Our athletes, our coaches, our managers and our support staff have worked tremendously hard for the past few years getting ready for this huge momentous experience here in the Niagara region. All of their hard work and dedication paid off and now we get to celebrate our improvement from our last Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg..”

Team Alberta finished fourth overall with a total of 111 medals: 35 Gold, 33 Silver and 43 Bronze. Leading the team to this impressive finish was Swimming who collected 42 medals and Athletics who won a total of 33 medals.

Congratulations to all of the athletes, coaches and managers that represented Team Alberta in NiagaraTeam Alberta Media Releases
Team Alberta Final Results
Canada Games Athlete Profiles

Pat Lechelt True Sport Award Presented in Niagara

The Canada Games presented for the very first time the Pat Lechelt True Sport Award. Pat Lechelt was part of Team Alberta’s mission staff for the f the Canada Games between 1989 and 2019 as Chef de Mission or Assistant Chef de Mission.

The True Sport Award is presented to an athlete who best demonstrates True Sport Principles of Go For It, Play Fair, Respect Others, Keep it Fun, Stay Healthy, Include Everyone and Give Back, during the course of the Canada Games.

Contributions made on behalf of the Red Deer 2019 Canada Games Host Society were instrumental in bringing the award to fruition.

Developing Canada’s Premier Athletes:

The Canada Games have a played a prominent role in developing some of Canada’s premier athletes.  The Games have acted as a stepping stone for many celebrated athletes including:

  • Toller Cranston (1967),
  • Bob Gainey (1971),
  • Catriona LeMay Doan (1983 & 1987),
  • Bruny Surin (1985),
  • Annie Pelletier (1989),
  • Hayley Wickenheiser and Ryan Smyth (1991),
  • Steve Nash (1993),
  • Jennifer Heil (1999),
  • Erin McLeod (2001),
  • Chandra Crawford and Sydney Crosby (2003),
  • Steven Stamkos and Mark McMorris (2007),
  • Nathan Mackinnon and Jonathan Drouin (2011)

See all Team Alberta Canada Summer Games Alumni!

Canada Games competition was tough and it helped to prepare me for future international events



Cam Berwald
Team Alberta Chef de Mission
Suite 500
10055 106 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1G3
P: 780-422-7109
Email: [email protected]