• Karate Canada is the only legitimately recognized, supported and funded organization by the Canadian government, via Heritage Canada / Sport Canada. All Provincial and Territorial Karate Associations are recognized by their respective provincial/territorial governments.

  • Karate Manitoba is the only government organization authorized to sanction Karate competitions in the Province of Manitoba.

  • Karate Manitoba is the official Provincial affiliate of the sport’s National Sport Organization - Karate Canada, and follows the rules and polices of Karate Canada.

  • Karate Canada is a proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, the World Karate Federation, the Pan American Karate Federation and the Commonwealth Karate Federation.

What's New

2020 Senior National Championships

Karate Canada is pleased to announce that the first Information Bulletin for the upcoming 2020 Senior National Championships (& Olympic Qualification Event Team Trials; Calgary, AB, March 21-22, 2020)…Read More »

Karate In The Canada Games!

Karate Manitoba is excited to represent Karate Canada at the 2023 Canada Winter Games!

Karate added to the 2023 Canada Winter Games Sport Program

Karate has been selected for inclusion in the 2023 Canada Winter Games. “We are excited that the 2023 Canada Winter Games will feature Karate,” said Tom Quinn, Canada Games…Read More »

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Upcoming Events

All amateur Karate competitions held in Manitoba must be sanctioned by Karate Manitoba to meet Provincial and Federal combative sport legislation. Applications must be received no later than 30 days prior to scheduled event, however Karate Manitoba strongly advises sanction applications are submitted as early as possible. Applications and required documentation is accepted by electronic submission only to: info@karatemanitoba.ca.

PLEASE NOTE: Karate Manitoba will not process applications received after the 30 day minimum submission.

Please send all inquires to: info@karatemanitoba.ca

Competition Application Form

What's Happening On Twitter

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