Our Partner Sports

Wheelchair Athletics

As one of the programming partners for wheelchair athletics in Ontario (for the T/F 51-57 classification), we are happy to work with our clubs, programs and other PSOs to provide wheelchair athletics programming and support.

Club Region Contact Information
Cruisers Sports Brampton/Mississauga Lisa Myers, Director of Para Athletics
Email: paraathletics@cruisers-sports.com
Website: https://www.cruisers-sports.com/sports/paraathletics.shtml 
Brock Niagara Penguins Golden Horseshoe Website: https://www.niagarapenguins.org
Email: niagarapenguins@brocku.ca 

           


Multisport Programs 

Club Program Location Contact Information
Cruisers Sports Brampton
Fernforest Public School
Tiffany Gaudette, Director of Multi-Sports
Email: multisports@cruisers-sports.com
Website: www.cruisers-sports.com/sports/multi-sports
Mississauga
Applewood Heights Secondary School
YMCA Owen Sound
YMCA of Owen Sound Grey Bruce
Phone: 516-379-0484 ext. 0
Website: ymcaowensound.on.ca

         

 


Power Chair Hockey

Established in 2018, PowerHockey Toronto is a not-for-profit charitable organization that is ushering in the next generation of powerhockey para-athletes in the Toronto area. The league runs a weekly co-ed house league from October through May each year, providing athletes with various disabilities and skill levels who use a power wheelchair the opportunity to partake in a recreational, yet competitive sport. Each summer a select team of the top players is chosen to represent the league at a tournament. Beyond the hockey, the league fosters friendships, relationships, and a tight-knit community of lifelong friends.

Practice Location: Mitchell Field Community Centre, 89 Church Ave., North York, Ontario M2N 6C9

Contact Information
Website: http://www.powerhockeytoronto.com/
Email: info@powerhockeytoronto.com
Phone: 416-522-3003


Para-Cycling

The Ontario Cycling Association is committed to supporting para-cycling and is interested to hear from any potential athletes, coaches, or volunteers, and offers both introductory and competitive programs.

Camps/workshops are also offered by the OCA for new and developing athletes.  Please contact Chantal Thompson at Chantal.thompson@ontariocycling.org for more information  or visit the Team Ontario section of the website.

Handcyclists looking for a riding groups [recreational or competitive] can contact the Handcycling Club of Canada to find out about opportunities in their area – www.handcycling.ca.


If you have a questions about any of the above sport opportunities, please contact Katherine Hale at btg@onpara.ca or (416) 426-7131 for more information.