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COMPETITIONS ARE BACK!
Hometown Games is an opportunity for athletes to compete and have fun in an all-inclusive environment. They will be locally driven, but with the support and backing of Special Olympics Ontario. These events can come in many shapes and sizes, whatever it takes to get our athletes back in the game. 

Hometown Games ⮕
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Resources ⮕
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MEET NEIL MACDONALD!

This month, Special Olympics Ontario is highlighting Neil MacDonald from Brantford, Ontario! Neil has been a part of Special Olympics for the past 25 years, and competes in a wide range of sports, including bocce, curling, floor hockey and softball! Back in 2019, Neil was a part of Team Canada's bocce team that competed in the Special Olympics World Games that took place in Abu Dhabi! Neil was honoured to be a part of the national team, and says that this was one of his greatest Special Olympics memories! Neil is hard at work practicing and training, especially now that he's returning to in-person events like Hometown Game, with the hopes that he can try to qualify for another World Games soon!

Click here to learn more and read Neil's full story.

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Register for the
Virtual Volunteer Conference!
April 24 - May 20

Click here for the full schedule and to register!

Check out the Conference Kick-Off!

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MyPAHL (Physical Activity and Healthy Living) is an online health and wellness program designed to help Special Olympics athletes get and stay physically fit while being rewarded in the process.

Click here to get started!
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We came.
We walked.
We conquered Canada.

In this time of physical distancing, athletes, volunteers and supporters across Canada came together to walk over 15,000 km in the Coast to Coast Challenge.

And now, we’re taking on the world! Start the journey now by taking a walk and submitting your time at: WalkTheWorldWithMe.com 

#WalkTheWorldSO

Click Here to Get Started!

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