THE 2020 CP WOMEN’S OPEN HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 2021…
Four of the world’s top national rugby nations - the New Zealand All Blacks XV, the Flying Fijians, USA and hosts Team Canada - will participate in the inaugural Halloween Rugby Weekend, this October at BC Place Stadium.
Skate Canada is pleased to announce that Vancouver, B.C., will host the 2021 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships.
The host city of Vancouver, British Columbia, has been selected for the NORCECA Men's Tokyo Qualification Tournament to be held at the Pacific Coliseum, January 10 to 12, 2020.
2020 CP Women’s Open marks the first time the esteemed club will play host to the stars of the LPGA Tour; Canada’s National Women’s Open returns to B.C. for the first time since 2015 Through Canadian Pacific’s community investment program, CP Has Heart, the event will once again be making a significant contribution to pediatric cardiac care in the host community
Thank you to NBA Canada and partners for always putting community first, and for continuing to improve the basketball experience for the youth in our local community.
The NHL Draft took place in Vancouver June 21-22, 2019. This was the third time the draft took place in Vancouver with the Vancouver Canucks as official host team.
Sport Hosting Vancouver Named Sport Tourism Organization of the Year by the Canadian Sport Tourism Awards
Rugby Canada secures hosting rights to HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event for four more years; Grosvenor and Sport Hosting Vancouver re-sign as Premier Partners for the record breaking HSBC Canada Sevens that will continue until 2023.
Honouring the best in Canada’s sport tourism industry
Over 6,500 destination runners traveling to Vancouver, BC
Hockey Canada announced on December 1, 2016 that the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship was awarded to the Province of BC.
The HSBC Canada Sevens tournament, hosted annually in Vancouver at BC Place, received the highest ranking on the 10-stop tour.
the 2018 ISU Grand Prix Final of Figure Skating is sure to be a treat for skating fans from around the world.
NCAA Basketball took Vancouver by storm last week at the inaugural TCL Vancouver Showcase.
Twelve men's and women's NCAA teams descend on Vancouver in November for top-flight basketball tournament at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Vancouver attendance continues to rise for major sports events with record-setting attendance at events in 2017-2018 and City of Vancouver sport hosting has won more events for 2019.