Latest Paralympics News
Calgary's Michelle Salt reached the podium twice at the Para-snowboard World Cup season opener in Landgraaf, Netherlands earlier this week.
Former competitive swimmer Miranda Biletski is prepared — after an already 10-year legal saga — to take on any appeals the University of Regina may file in a case that awarded her millions of dollars in damages.
A pay raise for Canada's Olympians and Paralympians is rolling out with the Winter Games just weeks away. Athletes receive monthly "carding" cheques from the Athletes Assistance Program for living expenses and sport costs their federations don't cover.
Rising star Shelby Newkirk made a visit to her former elementary school Wednesday to tell students about her journey from being diagnosed with dystonia, to discovering para swimming, to breaking a world record.
Quebec City’s Nicolas-Guy Turbide broke both an Americas and Canadian record on the final night of competition Wednesday at of the Para-swimming Canadian Open in Toronto.
Former paralympian and politician Michelle Stilwell says one of her gold medals has gone missing from an office at British Columbia's legislature.
Shelby Newkirk of Saskatoon set a world record in the S7 100-metre backstroke on Tuesday at the Para-swimming Canadian Open at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre.
Canada's Olympic and Paralympic uniforms for the Winter Games in Pyeongchang South Korea, complete with colour blocks of red and white, plus black, were unveiled at Toronto's Eaton Centre on Tuesday morning.
Toronto will host some of the top para-swimming athletes from Canada and Australia next week after the World Championships in Mexico City were postponed following a series of devastating earthquakes that wracked the country earlier this month, Swimming Canada announced Friday.
Paralympic coach Ken Thom died suddenly last Sunday in Cape Town, South Africa as a result of a scuba diving incident, shocking many in the athletics world.
Canada’s Stefan Daniel took gold in para-triathlon at the world championships in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on Friday.
It’s been two years since the Canadian Olympic Committee launched its comprehensive athlete wellness program, Game Plan, and the results of its impact on Canadian athletes are starting to come to fruition. For one, it saved Canadian Paralympic sledge hockey athlete Kevin Rempel's life.
Paralympic gold medallists Greg Westlake and Billy Bridges were among the 20 players named to Canada's sledge hockey team for the 2017-2018 season on Monday.
The International Paralympic Committee has elected Andrew Parsons as president, with Canada's Patrick Jarvis losing out in his bid to win the job.
Patrick Jarvis was left off Canada's track team in 1988. The anger from that decision propelled him into a lifetime of Paralympic sport stewardship. Now, the 59-year-old from Morrin, Alta., is running for president of the International Paralympic Committee.
The International Paralympic Committee has eased a ban on Russian athletes, allowing them to compete in qualifying events for next year's winter games in South Korea.
Canada's Shelley Gautier won a gold medal in the women's T1 time trial Thursday at the para-cycling world championships in South Africa.
Canadian Brent Lakatos captured his fourth gold medal at the 2017 world para athletics championships with a victory in the men's T53 100-metre race on Sunday in London.
Liam Stanley put Canada back on the podium Saturday at the world para athletics championships.
Jason Dunkerley has added a silver to Canada's medal total at the world para athletics championships.