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Canada Winter Games[]

Men's
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Held every four years, the Canada Winter Games
are a showcase of the best under 16 aged players
in the country, representing their home province.
The tournament replaced the World U-17 Hockey
Challenge every 4 years through the 1990s and 2000s,
before it became a under 16 event beginning in 2011.
2019 Canada Winter Games (M)
2015 Canada Winter Games (M) WOMEN'S
2011 Canada Winter Games (M) Replacing the National Women's Under-18
2007 Canada Winter Games (M) Championship every four years, the Canada Winter
2003 Canada Winter Games (M) Games highlights the future of the women's game in
1999 Canada Winter Games (M) a province vs. province showdown for a gold medal.
1995 Canada Winter Games (M) 2019 Canada Winter Games (W)
1991 Canada Winter Games (M) 2015 Canada Winter Games (W)
1987 Canada Winter Games (M) 2011 Canada Winter Games (W)
1983 Canada Winter Games (M) 2007 Canada Winter Games (W)
1979 Canada Winter Games (M) 2003 Canada Winter Games (W)
1975 Canada Winter Games (M) 1999 Canada Winter Games (W)
1971 Canada Winter Games (M) 1995 Canada Winter Games (W)
1967 Canada Winter Games (M) 1991 Canada Winter Games (W)



National Women's U-18 Championship[]

Played each year in November except seasons that the Canada Winter Games are held.
Eight provincial and regional teams – Alberta, Atlantic, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario Blue, Ontario Red, Quebec and Saskatchewan – gather for the national championship - a five games in five days sprint for gold.

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  • 2019 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2018 not contested due to 2019 Canada Winter Games
  • 2017 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2016 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2015 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2014 not contested due to 2015 Canada Winter Games
  • 2013 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2012 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2011 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2010 not contested due to 2011 Canada Winter Games
  • 2009 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2008 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2007 National Women's U-18 Championship
  • 2006 not contested due to 2007 Canada Winter Games
  • 2005 National Women's U-18 Championship

Women’s U-18 Hockey Challenge[]

Renamed the National Women's U-18 Championship and moved to November.




WHL Cup[]

Played each year at the end of October except seasons that the Canada Winter Games are held.
On the third weekend in October, the four Western Provincial Hockey Associations Hockey Alberta, BC Hockey, Hockey Manitoba and the Saskatchewan Hockey Association in partnership with the WHL, hold the WHL Cup. The WHL Cup features the highest rated players in the under 16 age category from the four Western Provinces. The four team round robin tournament format is the first step in the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence.

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Western Canada U-16 Challenge Cup[]

Renamed the WHL Cup with the Western Hockey League becoming co-sponsors with Hockey Canada.

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