(reprint, Toronto Sun, August 5, 2016) ]Richard C. Powers, President Commonwealth Games Canada

Canada’s women’s sevens Olympic team made history on Monday, winning a bronze medal in Olympic rugby sevens with an impressive 33-10 win over Great Britain.

RIO – Kylie Masse of LaSalle, Ont., earned Canada’s third podium finish in swimming on Monday night at the Olympic Games tying for the bronze medal spot in the women’s 100-...

(Mont-Sainte-Anne, QC – August 7, 2016) Catharine Pendrel (Luna Pro Team) of Kamloops, BC, won the 12th Mountain Bike World Cup of her career on Sunday at Mont-Ste-Anne,...

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Only a world record could deny Penny Oleksiak, who illustrated that she is not only Canadian swimming’s future and its present by winning the...

Cruising through the course and never losing his leader position in the last two disciplines, Norway’s Kristian Blummenfelt secured the first-ever men’s elite...

The team of Sandrine Mainville, Chantal Van Landeghem, Taylor Ruck andPenny Oleksiak – all first time Olympians – delivered for Team Canada at the...

53% of 2014 Commonwealth Games Team on 2016 Canadian Olympic Team

Klagenfurt, Austria, July 31, 2016 – Just a week before Canada’s Ben Saxton (Calgary, AB) and Chaim Schalk (Red Deer, AB) make their Olympic debut on the sands of...

Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) is seeking nominations to fill four (4) volunteer board positions and eight (8) individual members with passionate, energetic and enthusia

 In exactly three months, and for the first time, sports leaders and stakeholders from across Canada and the Commonwealth’s 71 nations and territories will come...

July 02, 2016 : For the second year in a row, Canada’s Sarah Pavan of Kitchener, Ont. and Heather Bansley of Waterdown, Ont. snagged a silver at the Porec Major in...

(Ottawa, ON – July 1, 2016) Emily Batty of Brooklin, Ontario, took Canada’s first medal of the 2016 Mountain Bike World Championships on Saturday in Nove Mesto na Morave,...

 Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) is pleased to announce recent additions to its family:

Andre De Grasse was the fastest man in Oslo, after winning the men’s 100m at the Diamond League event in Norway on Thursday.

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