Our Partner Sports

Wheelchair Athletics

As one of the programming partners for wheelchair athletics in Ontario, we are happy to work with our clubs, programs and other PSO’s 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.