2018 Canada Deaf Games

Canadian Deaf Games 2018 - Winnipeg - Jeux des Sourds du Canada 2018

The 2018 Canada Deaf Games (CDG) will be held from February 21st to February 24th, 2018 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They include competitions in the following six sports: Men’s Basketball, Curling, Ice Hockey, Volleyball, Snowboarding and Bowling.

Description of the 2018 CDG logo


Team Jamieson (Alberta) won the Women’s Curling tournament and qualified to represent Canada at the 2019 Winter Deaflympics.
Team Chan (BC) won the Men’s Curling tournament at the Canada Deaf Games and qualified to represent Canada at the 2019 Winter Deaflympics.


Gold medalist in ice hockey: Team Kyte (red) and silver medalist: Team BC #2 (white).
Both men and women participated in the various Bowling events.

Basketball winning teams.
Volleyball playoffs.



News and Press Releases

December 22nd, 2017Dawn Jani Birley to be Master of Ceremonies at Canada Deaf Games

December 30th, 2017Hockey: The Kyte Family to Attend Canada Deaf Games

January 19th, 2018Winnipeg is ready to host the Canada Deaf Games

January 24th, 2018Basketball:  A Great Experience for BC Deaf Coach

January 26th, 2018Bowling: George Halas Aims for a Medal

February 1st, 2018 – Volleyball: Men’s and Women’s Volleyball Teams are Developing

February 5th, 2018 – Ice Hockey: The Canada Deaf Games Hockey Tournament Promises to be Entertaining

February 7th, 2018 – Ice Hockey: Team Kyte – The rookies

February 9th, 2018 – Ice Hockey: Team Kyte – The Veterans

February 12th, 2018 – Curling: Women’s Curling: A First Deaf Event for Logan

February 14th, 2018 – Curling: Gessner and Company from Manitoba Are Ready

February 16th, 2018 – Curling: A Lot of Fun Ahead for Alberta’s Team Jamieson


Final Schedule of the 2018 CDG.









Schedule for each sport is now available.

To read the technical regulations for each sport, click on the sport below:

List of Athletes per Provincial Deaf Sports Association

Alberta Deaf Sports Association

Association sportive des Sourds du Quebec

Canadian Deaf Sports Association and Other Provinces

British Colombia Deaf Sports Federation

Manitoba Deaf Sports Association

Ontario Deaf Sports Association

List of Teams by Sport



Men’s Curling

Women’s Curling

Ice Hockey



Back to Events