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

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Kabush Para Athlete Fund

June 1, 2022

To Interested Candidates,Are you currently participating as an athlete in para sport? Do you have Cerebral Palsy? Would you be considered an up-and-coming athlete?If these questions resonate, then there is an opportunity for you to apply for the Kabush Para Athlete Fund!PurposeThis national sport bursary is intended to provide support to up-and-coming Canadian athletes or…

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2022-2025 Strategic Plan

May 30, 2022

Good afternoon, On behalf of the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (Boccia Canada), we are excited to share with you our new 2022-2025 Strategic Plan. The plan outlines a clear path for the organization over the next three years and reflects the feedback provided through extensive consultation with our stakeholders over the past several months. The strategy includes…

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Mario Delisle and Alain Grenon Inducted into CCPSA Hall of Fame for Their Contributions to Boccia and Parasport

January 17, 2022

Alain Grenon accepted the award at the Centre des congrès in Québec City, the venue of the 2021 Canadian Boccia Championships Ottawa, ON (January 17, 2022) – The Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (CCPSA) is pleased to announce that Mario Delisle and Alain Grenon are the newest members inducted into the CCPSA Hall of Fame. The Hall…

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Here are two great articles you should definitely check out! They discuss the barriers to physical activity for people with disabilities as well as underrepresentation of power wheelchair athletes in sport. Give them a read!
1. theconversation.com/after-the-paralympics-new-initiative-to-get-more-canadians-involved-in-power-...
2. theconversation.com/paralympics-havent-decreased-barriers-to-physical-activity-for-most-people-wi...
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Voici deux excellents articles que vous devriez absolument lire ! Ils traitent des obstacles à franchir pour les personnes handicapées qui souhaitent faire de l'activité physique ainsi que de la sous-représentation des athlètes utilisant des fauteuils roulants électriques dans le sport. Lisez-les !
1. theconversation.com/after-the-paralympics-new-initiative-to-get-more-canadians-involved-in-power-...
2. theconversation.com/paralympics-havent-decreased-barriers-to-physical-activity-for-most-people-wi...
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Here are two great articles you should definitely check out! They discuss the barriers to physical activity for people with disabilities as well as underrepresentation of power wheelchair athletes in sport. Give them a read! 
1. https://theconversation.com/after-the-paralympics-new-initiative-to-get-more-canadians-involved-in-power-wheelchair-sports-167013
2. https://theconversation.com/paralympics-havent-decreased-barriers-to-physical-activity-for-most-people-with-disabilities-165145
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Voici deux excellents articles que vous devriez absolument lire ! Ils traitent des obstacles à franchir pour les personnes handicapées qui souhaitent faire de lactivité physique ainsi que de la sous-représentation des athlètes utilisant des fauteuils roulants électriques dans le sport. Lisez-les !
1. https://theconversation.com/after-the-paralympics-new-initiative-to-get-more-canadians-involved-in-power-wheelchair-sports-167013
2. https://theconversation.com/paralympics-havent-decreased-barriers-to-physical-activity-for-most-people-with-disabilities-165145