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  • 02/27/17--07:55: National Team Selection Camp

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    (Ottawa, ON – Feb. 28) The Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA) announced today that Patrick Côté has been hired as the new head coach of the Canadian wheelchair rugby national team. David Willsie, a three-time Paralympic Games medalist, will be joining the coaching staff as assistant coach.

    “The combination of technical expertise and experience that Patrick and David bring to their coaching responsibilities will enable them to lead our team back onto the podium in 2020,” said CWSA CEO Catherine Cadieux.


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    (Ottawa, ON – Mar. 16th) The Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association (CWSA) is pleased to announce the names of the 20 athletes selected to the Canadian Wheelchair Rugby National Team Program for 2017-2018.


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  • 03/24/17--13:13: 70-50-40
  • What does 70-50-40 mean to the wheelchair sport community across Canada?  Well, 2017 is a really big year for the Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association…and we mean a really BIG year!


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  • 05/09/17--06:31: Welcome Back IBEW 258 Local
  • The CWSA are pleased to welcome back Local 258 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW).  IBEW Local 258 is a labor union that represents 4,800 workers in the Electric Utility, Private Power Line, Utility Arborist, Manufacturing and Traffic Control Industries in the province of British Columbia.

    IBEW Local 258 is a Team Canada Apparel Partner for 2017, helping to support our National Team as they prepare for the 2017 IWRF Americas Championship, which will be held in Asunción, Paraguay, from September 3 to 10, 2017


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    With the 2017 Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Championship fast approaching, the official tournament schedule has been released today!

    Venue Information
    Mohawk College
    David Braley Athletics & Recreation Center
    135 Fennell Avenue West
    Hamilton, Ontario
    L9C 1E9

    To download a printable PDF version of this schedule click HERE!


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    Marquez votre calendrier pour le 2017 Tri Nations Wheelchair Rugby Invitational avec les nations du Canada, du Japon et des États-Unis. Le tournoi aura lieu du mercredi 10 au samedi 13 mai à la Fondation Lakeshore.

    Tous les matchs seront diffusés en direct sur la page: Lakeshore Foundation Facebook Page


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    From May 26th to May 28th, the top wheelchair rugby teams from across the country will converge at Mohawk College to compete in the hope of being crowned Canadian Champions.

    DAY 1 - Friday, May 26

    DIVISION 1
    Ontario (2) 56 - 30 British Columbia (1)
    Ontario (1) 54 - 33 Alberta (1)
    Ontario (1) 44 - 49  Ontario (2)
    Quebec (1) 54 - 41 British Columbia (1)
    Quebec (1) 56 - 30  Alberta (1)

    DIVISION 2


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    (Ottawa, ON – Apr. 6) The excitement is building, as today marks 50 days until the start of the 2017 Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Championship in Hamilton, Ontario.

    From May 26th to May 28th, the top wheelchair rugby teams from across the country will converge at Mohawk College to compete in the hope of being crowned Canadian Champions.


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    (Ottawa, ON – May 31st) A dominant Team Ontario swept both divisions at this year’s Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Championship, which were held from May 26th to May 28th at the David Braley Athletic and Recreation Center in Hamilton (Ontario).

    In an all-Ontario Division 1 Final, the Ontario Lightning caused an upset by defeating the Ontario Thunder, winners of five of the last six national championships.


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  • 06/12/17--11:13: Invictus Games Toronto 2017

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    BC Wheelchair Sports Association is seeking a knowledgeable, passionate individual to serve as our provincial wheelchair rugby head coach. The BC wheelchair rugby program has produced Paralympians like Trevor Hirschfield, Ian Chan and Garett Hickling. Come be part of this legacy of excellence. The successful applicant will work part-time from August 2017 - June 2018, with the possibility of contract extension.


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  • 07/20/17--10:35: Story #14: Sandra DeVenney
  • Sandra DeVenney (née Davenport) grew up in the small, rural community of Central Blissville, New Brunswick, located about 25 miles from the city of Fredericton. At the age of nine, she was afflicted with paralysis in her right leg as a result of polio. Despite this, her mother never gave her any favouritism and made her pull her weight with chores around the home. Growing up, Sandra had plenty of energy, and having polio never slowed her down.


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    Mark your calendar!


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