Recreation and Leisure

We offer the following Recreation and Leisure programs:

Sledge Hockey

We are the largest provider in Manitoba with over 60 athletes playing within three levels which offer the following:

1. Novice division (ages 5-13):

2. Intermediate division (ages 14-90) provides:

3. Advanced division (ages 14-90) provides:

2019 regular season dates completed. Stay Tuned for 2020!

2018 Winnipeg Christmas Tournament (Dec 15 & 16)

2019 Hendrickson Foundation Tournament in Minneapolis

Location: National Sports Center (Blaine MN)

Manitoba Sledge hockey will be participating in the Hendrickson Foundation tournament held in Minneapolis. They are providing an opportunity to travel and challenge other Sledge hockey teams in North America. The benefits the Hendrickson Foundation provides to people who use a wheelchair, have a loss of limb, have intellectual disabilities or were injured serving our country in the military are significant. The values for life gained by the lessons from sport affect both the individuals and their families. Being on the ice improves physical and mental health. For many of these players, it’s the end of retreating inward and the beginning of reaching out socially to participate, create friendships, and have some fun!

To Register or Inquire Please Contact

2019 Spring Season dates (TBA)

Location: Bell MTS Iceplex
Date & Time: 1:15-2:15, 2:30-3:30, 3:45-4:45
Cost: $235/season (excluding travel & tournament fees)

*Teams have currently been filled for Novice and Intermediate this season*

To Register or Inquire Please Contact

Clinics & Workshops

Date & Time: Must request a booking
Locations: Various locations in and outside of Winnipeg
Cost: $75 for initial hr with delivery of equipment and instructors. Plus $25 per additional hr.

Sledge Hockey Manitoba has been active in the community providing workshops and demos to schools, organizations, and communities throughout Manitoba. Sledge Hockey is a great sport to teach disability awareness, provides excellent core strengthening, teaches teamwork, and most importantly, is fun. Our workshops have taken us to many places including Winnipeg, Brandon, Dauphin, Portage La Prairie, Winkler, Morden, Morris, and Selkirk.

Are you hosting a workshop, team building exercise, or want to learn about para-sports in a fun atmosphere? We will take care of all the equipment, setup, and on-ice trainers to provide instructions on the basic skills of Sledge Hockey. All you have to do is book the ice and we will come.

To Register or Inquire Please Contact

Power Wheelchair Hockey (Ages 13-90)

The Manitoba Power Wheelchair Hockey Association (MPWHA) strives to make Canada's game accessible for Manitobans with mobility challenges in a safe and supportive environment. Power Wheelchair Hockey (PWH) provides opportunities for social, recreational and competitive sports experiences by joining a team. League wheelchairs from SMD are available for use to those who do not have one of their own. Players will need to have their own sticks. If you are needing to have it adapted please contact us. 

2019 regular season completed. Stay Tuned for 2020

Location: St James Civic Centre (2055 Ness Ave)
Date and Times: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Cost: $50 for the season including playoffs

*Teams have currently been filled for the season*

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Power Wheelchair Soccer (Ages 13-90)

We have developed an intro 5-week session for participants to play Power Wheelchair Soccer. This sport allows people who recently never had the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports the ability to play competitively or recreationally in one of the most popular adaptive sports in the world. This is a team sport designed specifically for power wheelchair users. League wheelchairs from us are available should you not have one.

Location: St James Civic Centre
Cost: FREE
To Register: CLICK HERE!

2019 regular season dates:

*Equipment is limited as we can only take 8 participants at a time*

To Register or Inquire Please Contact

Wheelchair Learn To Curl Clinics (Ages 12-90)

Wheelchair learn to curl clinics

These sessions are put on by Curling Manitoba (players from Team Canada) and us. We are transitioning into the development of a grassroots program. Wheelchairs are available from us should you not have one. 

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All Abilities Dance

The All Abilities Dance group put on outstanding performances each year. Here's a clip from 2018 at Pantages Playhouse Theatre (180 Market Ave) for the MB Showcase weekend. Music performed by the Winnipeg Studio Theatre and the Song is "This is me" from the movie The Greatest Showman.

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Monthly Events

CLICK HERE to view the upcoming monthly events calendar.

Deaf and hard of hearing monthly events

Monthly activities for children (ages 4-12) who are Deaf, hard of hearing, children of deaf adults (CODA), hearing and want to further their ASL skills, children that are learning ASL as a primary form of communication and so on can connect with one another on outings around the city. 


We are excited to offer a summer experience providing a variety of community experiences for individuals with and without physical disabilities. Our program is geared towards youth and children who have the ability to function appropriately in a group setting.

2019 Summer Day Camps

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Splash and Dash Children’s Day Camp (Ages 6-12) offers a consistent morning swim coupled with community afternoon field trips which provide an exciting finish to each day.
Locations: (mornings) Sergeant Tommy Prince Place (90 Sinclair St) - (afternoons) various locations in/outside city
Dates & Cost:

*Transportation to and from home included*

Culinary Arts Youth Day Camp (Ages 13-17) offers cooking and or baking each day with the goal of enhancing each future chef’s cooking/baking ability.
Location: Sergeant Tommy Prince Place (90 Sinclair St)
Dates & Cost:

*Transportation to and from home included*

Day Trippin’ Youth Camp (Ages 13-17) provides variety and change with a touch of cooking making this a perfect camp for youth looking for something different every day.
Locations: Various 
Dates & Cost:

*Transportation to and from home included*

Who can access Camp?

Families receiving Case Management support from Society for Manitobans with Disabilities or Child Developmental Services.

ASL Recreation Programs for Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Summer Day Camp (Ages 6-12) This camp utilizes (ASL) as the primary language
Location: St. James Civic Centre (2055 Ness Ave) & Sergeant Tommy Prince Place (90 Sinclair St)
Dates & Cost:

CLICK HERE to download the registration form, then send to the Bill/Jaylene below.

To Register or Inquire Please Contact

Bill Muloin

Jaylene Irwin