What better way to join in on the Olympic and Paralympic action than to cheer for our athletes! The Go Canada Lounge will be open from Thursday, February 8th to Sunday, March 18th, 2018. CGC members and guests are encouraged to wear red and white in this shared space as we watch, support, celebrate and cheer on Team Canada during the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in PyeongChang.
Go Canada Lounge features:
- Comfy seating with two 65″ TVs streaming coverage of the Games
- Display of Team Canada profiles of all athletes and para-athletes competing in PyeongChang
- Message board where you can write good luck messages to Team Canada
I had this really cool moment @CdaGamesCentre with @suzanneburke_ Everyone stopped & watched the last 2 min of the men’s hockey game. Felt so Canadian & part of the #OlympicHockey moment. Posted by @chelle_soodz
2018 Winter Olympics — Congratulations Team Canada!
We are so proud of all the Canadian Olympic athletes who competed at PyeongChang, bringing home a record 29 medals – 11 Gold; 8 Silver; 10 Bronze! Team Canada had 9 multi-medalists, 53 first-time medalists and set 2 Olympic records. Click here for a recap of who landed on the podium.
***A special CONGRATULATIONS to Nova Scotia’s own Jillian Saulnier and Blayre Turnbull (Women’s Hockey Silver Medalists); Prince Edward Island’s Heather Moyse (2-man Bobsleigh 6th place) and Newfoundland and Labrador’s Kaetlyn Osmond (Figure Skating, Singles Bronze Medalist)
2018 Winter Paralympics — March 9th-18th
We’re so proud of the Canadian Paralympic Team who competed PyeongChang, bringing home 28 medals – 8 Gold; 4 Silver; 16 Bronze! This is Canada’s greatest number of podium finishes at a Paralympic Winter Games in history. Click here for a recap of who landed on the podium.
***A special CONGRATULATIONS to Prince Edward Island’s Billy Bridges (Silver in Para Ice Hockey); Mark Arendz (1 Gold; 2 Silver; 3 Bronze medals in Para-Nordic events) and Newfoundland and Labrador’s Liam Hickey (Silver in Para Ice Hockey)
View the full PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic schedule.