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We provide quality sport training programs and competitions for athletes living with an intellectual disability in the district of Northern Ontario.

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News Flash

  • Bravo, Northern Ontario at Provincial Winter Games! (please click on link to see post with photo) What an amazing 2019 Provincial Winter Games it was in Sault Ste Marie... Six sports, dozens of Northern Ontario athletes and coaches, and medals galore. Congratulations on all successes! See Games photos here: http://www.ace-incorporated.com/special-olympics-event-photos/?fbclid=IwAR0Ka4WBaHtGixmcs9Nuo94SnTl38tJAOD7shQISeCBKjvmMI0R0gfu8tjQSee Results here: http://ssm2019games.com/results/ 
    Posted Mar 27, 2019, 7:48 PM by Hellaina VanErp-Rothenburg
  • Celebrating our Volunteers (please click on title to see full post with photo) October 18th saw a celebration of the Special Olympics movement in Ontario with the SOO Annual General Meeting. Along with Provincial Awards presentations, Years of Service recipients were honoured for their commitment to the organization. Pictured are Gilbert and Georgette from Kapuskasing with their 30-year awards. Congratulations, and THANK YOU!
    Posted Jan 27, 2019, 6:50 PM by Hellaina VanErp-Rothenburg
  • Almaguin Proud The Almaguin softball team is all smiles, returning home from the 2018 National Summer Games in Antigonish, Nova Scotia with a silver medal earned in the top division. Assistant coach Cheryl A. says "the years of hard work, dedication, effort, positive attitudes and patience really paid off; this was a true team effort with tremendous support across all the communities we serve and beyond." Congratulations Team Ontario Almaguin!
    Posted Oct 19, 2018, 7:41 AM by Hellaina VanErp-Rothenburg
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Special Olympics Day 
Across Ontario: March 25th

To celebrate the 50th Anniversary year for the Special Olympics movements, communities across the province held events with local Law Enforcement Torch Run and Knights of Columbus, to mark 50 days until the Invitational Youth Games. Kenora was no exception with a great turnout in that community!