Our Communities


Special Olympics is divided into
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Administrative districts

Special Olympics Ontario offers programs in 18 different sports that are ongoing almost every day of the year.

If you are interested in getting involved, click below to find a program near you.

Atikokan
Dryden
Fort Frances
Kenora
Marathon
District Site
Ancaster
Burlington
Cambridge
Dundas
Fergus
Fort Erie
Georgetown
Grimsby & Lincoln
Guelph
Haldimand County
Hamilton
Kitchener-Waterloo
Milton
New Hamburg
Niagara Falls
North Wellington
Oakville
Port Colborne
St. Catharines
Welland
District Site

Almaguin Highlands
Azilda
Blind River
Elliot Lake
Espanola
Hearst
Iroquois Falls
Kapuskasing
Kirkland Lake
Manitoulin Island
New Liskeard
North Bay
Parry Sound
Sault Ste. Marie
Sudbury East
Sudbury
Timmins
Valley East
West Nipissing
District Site
Amherstburg
Aylmer
Brantford
Chatham-Kent
Goderich
Huron
Ilderton
Ingersoll
LaSalle-Windsor
Leamington & Essex
London
Sarnia
Simcoe
St. Thomas
Stratford & Area
Strathroy
Tillsonburg
Wallaceburg
Woodstock
Woolwich
District Site

Alexandria-Cornwall
Arnprior
Barry’s Bay & Area
Bellville-Quinte West
Brockville & Area
Kingston
Lennox & Addington
Northumberland
Ottawa
Pembroke
Perth
Renfrew
Smith Falls
District Site
Barrie
Central Bruce
Collingwood & Area
Dufferin
Haliburton
Huntsville
Huronia
Kawartha Lakes
Kincardia & Area
Meaford & Thornbury
Muskoka
Orillia
Owen Sound & Area
Peterborough
South Saugeen
South Simcoe
Wiarton
Wingham & Lucknow
District Site

Aurora
Brampton
Greater Durham
Mississauga
Newmarket & Area
Toronto
Vaughan
York South
District Site
 

Every district is supported by Special Olympics Ontario District Developers. These staff members are responsible for assisting communities in all aspects of growth and development. This includes the recruitment and training of new athletes, volunteers, school programs and sports clubs. Staff also assist in developing opportunities for competition, management of regional committees and coordination of strategic development across their districts. They also act as spokespeople and resources for Special Olympics Ontario in order to increase public awareness, funding and partnerships with other agencies and organizations.