The Winter Provincial Games will be held
In North Bay

January 29 - February 1, 2015

 and will host over 425 athletes, coaches and mission staff from across the province.

It is a qualifying event for the 2016 National Winter Games which will be held in Corner Brook, Newfoundland.

For more information about the 2015 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Winter Games, please click here.

Special Olympics Ottawa is proud of its 22 athletes that have been named to the District training squads!

Throw away your winter coat, put on your bathing suit or a cool costume and 
PLUNGE into an above ground pool!

Get ready to be 


to raise awareness and fundraise for the Special Olympics Ontario 2015 Provincial Floor Hockey Championships

May 7-9, 2015
Carleton University

Team and individual registrations.
Great prizes!

Support a Plunger! 


2015 Provincial 
Floor Hockey Championships

The Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Floor Hockey Championships will bring over 500 athletes, coaches and families to Ottawa.  To help make our event a success, we will be recruiting approximately 400 volunteers.

Volunteer Minimum Requirements
* 14 years of age or older
* Able to commit a minimum of 8 hours to the Games
* Complete a mandatory Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Screening
* Complete the Online Volunteer Training Session
* Attend one In-Person Volunteer Orientation Session in April

Volunteer Registration opens in early January. 

Bike spinning Classes to Raise Funds 
to Adopt an Athlete

Juli Rutherford, SO athlete Tim O'Brien, and his daughter Hayley. 

Juli has been leading bike "spinning" classes and has raised enough money to 

Adopt an Athlete, within the Floor Hockey Championships Program. 

$500 will Adopt an Athlete on the local Ottawa Floor Hockey Teams to assist in their training preparation for the May Championships.

If you would like to Adopt an Athlete, email Kirk DeFazio at