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2020 Senior National Championships

Posted on: January 14th, 2020

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) is now available. Online pre-registration (mandatory) for all participants (by Provincial / Territorial Associations) will open on SportData on January 11th, 2020. You may click here to access the event page on SportData, and find the first official Information Bulletin in the Downloads section.

Karate Canada wishes to sincerely thank its Gold Level Sponsors for the event, Arawaza and Bushido Martial Arts & Fight Gear Supply.

We look forward to greeting you soon in Calgary!

Karate In The Canada Games!

Posted on: November 14th, 2019

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

Karate added to the 2023 Canada Winter Games Sport Program

Posted on: November 13th, 2019

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 Council Chairman. “This will mark the first time Karate appears at the Canada Games and we can’t wait to see the nation’s top young athletes compete in this thrilling sport.”

The initial sports selected for inclusion for the 2023 Canada Winter Games were announced on January 9th, 2017. The Canada Games Council Sport Committee named four sports for 2023 bid committee selection: Karate, Table Tennis, Fencing and Target Shooting.

“Karate Canada is thrilled to have been selected as Host Choice for the 2023 Canada Winter Games,” said Karate Canada President, Craig Vokey. “This will be Karate’s first appearance at the Canada Games and we are looking forward to showcasing what the best 16/17-year-old competitors across the country can do.”

The 2023 bid region notified the Canada Games Council of its decision last month.

Read full article here

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