Canada Winter Games

2023 Canada Winter Games

The 2023 Canada Winter Games will take place February 18 to March 6, 2023 in Prince Edward Island.  Alberta is proud to send 330 athletes, and coaches. Twenty-five teams will compete in 19 different sports

Ringette player Erin Ung will carry the Alberta Flag and will lead Team Alberta into the Opening Ceremonies.

Erin participated in the 2022 World Ringette Championships in Finland, helping the Canadian Junior National Team win silver. At the 2022 Ringette nationals, Erin was selected as a first team All-Star. Erin also participated in the 2017 Canada Summer Games in the sport of Canoe/Kayak

Following Erin into Opening Ceremonies will be Team Alberta’s Banner Carriers, from Calgary, Reese Grolla and Omar Almishri

Reese is a member of the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics team. She is the current JO 10 National Champion on the Balance Beam and will be attending Illinois State University in September on a full athletic scholarship.

Omar is a member of the Karate team and will compete in the over 68kg category.  Recently he placed fifth at  both the 2022 World Junior Championships and the 2022 Junior Pan American Championships.

These Team Alberta athletes  have exemplified great leadership, sportsmanship and athletic abilities in their sport. 

 

                      

 

Please go the Canada Games website for more information

If you have any additional questions about Team Alberta,  Please contact Chef de Mission Cam Berwald  –  [email protected]

 

TEAM ALBERTA LOGOS

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

IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND FILES:

ABOUT THE GAMES

The Canada Games are an interprovincial and territorial sports festival staged every two years, alternating between Summer and Winter Games.

Since the Canada Games were introduced in 1967, more than 100,000 participants in over 40 sports have been involved as athletes, coaches or officials, and over 75,000 volunteers have dedicated their time to staging the event.

The complete results for Team Alberta please see our results page

THE 2019 CANADA WINTER GAMES

The 2019 Canada Winter Games was the largest event ever hosted in Red Deer and the largest multi-sport and cultural event to be hosted in Alberta in over 30 years – since the 1988 Olympics in Calgary!

Team Alberta had their best-ever performance at the 2019 Canada Winter Games, earning 100 medals, finishing third overall. Team Alberta captured 36 gold, 33 silver and 31 bronze medals at the Games and many of our athletes achieved personal bests.

Team Alberta earned the Centennial Cup and Jack Pelech Award for its performance during the 2019 Canada Winter Games.  The Centennial Cup was awarded to a team that showed the greatest improvement from the 2015 Winter Games.  The Jack Pelech Award goes to the team whose athletes, coaches, managers and mission staff best combine competitive performance, good sportsmanship and a spirit of fair play, cooperation and friendship.

CONTACT INFORMATION

CAM BERWALD
Team Alberta, Chef de Mission
Suite 500
10055 106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1G3

P: 780-422-7109
Email: [email protected]

Competing and cheering alongside Canada's top athletes from a variety of sports created an atmosphere unlike anything I'd experienced.

ADAM WONG, GYMNASTICS, 2003 CANADA GAMES