What We Do
Driven by a community of highly skilled,
knowledgeable, and remarkably dedicated people Wheelchair Basketball
Canada has grown into a world leader in a number of key administrative
Working in partnership with our member provinces and clubs, Wheelchair Basketball Canada hosts a Men’s and Women’s [National Championships] , a National Club Championships, junior regional and Mini regional tournaments and provides leadership in co-ordinating a National league - the [Canadian Wheelchair Basketball League].
HostingWheelchair Basketball Canada has developed an international hosting strategy that has seen Canada host the top teams in the world at the inaugural Junior Men’s World Championships in 2005, the Senior Men’s [Americas Cup] qualifier in 2009, and the inaugural [Women’s Under 25 World Championships] in 2011, and leading to the Women’s World Championships in 2014.
Member ServicesThere are educational and mentorship programs for coaches, officials, and classifiers. Wheelchair Basketball Canada provides leadership and support to our member provinces through several initiatives, including a grant program, an awards program, a Hall of Fame program, forums for sharing information, and communication services such as a comprehensive website and an e-newsletter.