About CCPSA

Established in 1985, the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping anyone with cerebral palsy or a related disability access quality sport and recreation activities. We do this through….program delivery, education, advocacy and partnership. Physical activity and the pursuit of excellence in sport can be rewarding for everyone. We believe that people with cerebral palsy and related disabilities should have the opportunity to develop their full athletic potential with the support of trained, knowledgeable coaches.

We are the National Sport Organization for the Paralympic sport of Boccia. We work with our provincial partners and other organizations to support the inclusion of athletes with cerebral palsy and related disabilities in sport development, athlete recruitment and talent identification programs across all sports.

News and Events

Kabush Para Athlete Fund Awarded to Three Deserving Candidates in its First Year

September 29, 2022

Olivier Roy, one of the recipients of the Kabush Para Athlete Fund pictured (left), accepting the Gilles Henry Spirit of the Games Award at the 2021 Canadian Boccia Championships Ottawa, ON (September 29, 2022) – Three recipients of the  Kabush Para Athlete Fund proudly accepted their $1,000 bursary, which included Alexandre Raymond (Sorel-Tracy, QC), Hudson Booth…

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2021-2022 Annual Report

September 7, 2022

Good evening, The Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (Boccia Canada) is pleased to announce the release of our 2021-2022 Annual Report. To view the report, please visit: https://ccpsa.ca/en/about-ccpsa/policies-and-reporting/ Thank you for your continued support. Peter Leyser Executive Director About the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association We lead, develop and grow boccia from grassroots to producing World…

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Notice of Annual General Meeting – August 2022

August 3, 2022

DATE: August 3, 2022TO: Partners and Stakeholders of the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (Boccia Canada)FROM: Peter Leyser, Executive Director, CCPSA Notice of Annual General Meeting Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (Boccia Canada) The Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday September 15, 2022 at 7:00pm Ontario time by ZoomPlease RSVP to pleyser@ccpsa.ca to receive the meeting materials…

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🛑ATTENTION: CCPSA News - Media Release: Kabush Para Athlete Fund Awarded to Three Deserving Candidates in its First Year👇
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🛑ATTENTION: Nouvelles de l'ACSPC - Communiqué de presse: Trois athlètes émérites reçoivent une bourse pour para-athlètes Kabush lors de la première année d’existence du programme👇
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🛑ATTENTION: CCPSA News - Media Release: Kabush Para Athlete Fund Awarded to Three Deserving Candidates in its First Year👇
📰🗞: https://ccpsa.ca/en/news/kabush-para-athlete-fund-awarded-to-three-deserving-candidates-in-its-first-year/
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🛑ATTENTION: Nouvelles de lACSPC - Communiqué de presse: Trois athlètes émérites reçoivent une bourse pour para-athlètes Kabush lors de la première année d’existence du programme👇
📰🗞: https://ccpsa.ca/fr/nouvelles/trois-athletes-emerites-recoivent-une-bourse-pour-para-athletes-kabush-lors-de-la-premiere-annee-dexistence-du-programme/

Want to learn more about cerebral palsy? Consult these resources and upload a picture of you supporting World CP Day! All you have to do is activate the QR Code!
💚💚💚💚💚 #worldcpday
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Vous voulez en savoir plus sur la paralysie cérébrale ? Consultez ces ressources et téléchargez une photo de vous soutenant la Journée mondiale de la PC ! Tout ce que vous avez à faire est d'activer le code QR.
💚💚💚💚💚 #journeemondialedelaparalysiecerebrale
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Want to learn more about cerebral palsy? Consult these resources and upload a picture of you supporting World CP Day! All you have to do is activate the QR Code! 
💚💚💚💚💚 #worldcpday 
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Vous voulez en savoir plus sur la paralysie cérébrale ? Consultez ces ressources et téléchargez une photo de vous soutenant la Journée mondiale de la PC ! Tout ce que vous avez à faire est dactiver le code QR.
💚💚💚💚💚 #journeemondialedelaparalysiecerebrale

Did you know that if you have acquired a brain injury, boccia could be a sport you play and even excel at? It's a sport that's open to all and anyone can play regardless of ability !

SportAbility boccia athlete Lisa Ferenc was featured in Brain Injury Canada's Fall newsletter! Read about how she learned of boccia after a mountain bike accident in August of 2015 👇👇
braininjurycanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/IMPACT-September-2022.pdf
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Saviez-vous que si vous avez subi une lésion cérébrale, le boccia pourrait être un sport que vous pratiquez et dans lequel vous pouvez même exceller ? C'est un sport qui est ouvert à tous et tout le monde peut jouer, peu importe ses capacités !

Lisa Ferenc, athlète de boccia de SportAbility, a été présentée dans le bulletin d'automne de Brain Injury Canada ! Lisez comment elle a trouvé le boccia après un accident de vélo de montagne en août 2015 👇👇
braininjurycanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/IMPACT-September-2022.pdf
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Did you know that if you have acquired a brain injury, boccia could be a sport you play and even excel at? Its a sport thats open to all and anyone can play regardless of ability ! 

SportAbility boccia athlete Lisa Ferenc was featured in Brain Injury Canadas Fall newsletter! Read about how she learned of boccia after a mountain bike accident in August of 2015 👇👇
https://braininjurycanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/IMPACT-September-2022.pdf
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Saviez-vous que si vous avez subi une lésion cérébrale, le boccia pourrait être un sport que vous pratiquez et dans lequel vous pouvez même exceller ? Cest un sport qui est ouvert à tous et tout le monde peut jouer, peu importe ses capacités ! 

Lisa Ferenc, athlète de boccia de SportAbility, a été présentée dans le bulletin dautomne de Brain Injury Canada ! Lisez comment elle a trouvé le boccia après un accident de vélo de montagne en août 2015 👇👇
https://braininjurycanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/IMPACT-September-2022.pdf