Canadian Boccia Championships

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Celebrating 27 Years of Champions from November 15 - 21!

The Canadian Boccia Championships allow athletes from across the country the chance to compete for the title of Canadian Champion. This competition will host the nation’s best boccia athletes.

Live Webcast

Live webcast here!


Updated scores are here.


Register here before September 30!

Registration fee

  • Open class athletes – $250
  • All other registered participants – $450

The registration fee includes: training on-site and participation in the competition from November 15 to November 21. Transportation will be provided from the airport to the venue upon arrival and vice versa upon departure as well. It also includes all meals throughout the competition including the closing banquet. Additional banquet tickets will be available for purchase if COVID-19 restrictions permit at $80 per ticket.

Key notes

  • You will need to create an account in AQSPC’s page to register for the Championships
  • One person (i.e. a Team Manager) can register more than one participant – simply click ‘add another’ after completing the registration
  • Our current guidelines do not allow for team/pairs competition, but we are collecting registration information for these events in anticipation it will be permitted by November
  • The Government of Quebec recently announced that proof of vaccination will be required to attend indoor sports events – all participants at the Championships need to be aware of this and be able to provide proof of vaccination; more details about how this information will be collected are anticipated from the Government of Quebec in the coming days
  • Transportation details are not required to complete your registration - once your transportation is confirmed you can log back in to update your information


Monday, November 15

Arrivals from airport; arrival at hotel

Tuesday, November 16

6:30 – 8:30BreakfastHotel Delta
9:00 – 11:00Coaches' Meeting
Convention Centre - Room 501
9:00 - 11:00Referee MeetingConvention Centre - Room 503
9:00 – 10:30Athletes' MeetingField of Play
10:30 – 15:00Classification - See the scheduleCall Room
11:30 – 1:30LUNCHConvention Centre
13:00 - 16:00Team Practice - See the scheduleField of Play
13:30 – 16:00Referee Practical SessionWarm-Up Courts
13:00 - 15:30Equipment Check - See the scheduleWarm-Up Courts
16:30 - 17:00Assembly of athletes for the ceremonyConvention Centre
17:00 - 17:30Opening CeremonyConvention Centre
17:30 - 19:30DINNERConvention Centre
TBCVolunteers' TrainingConvention Centre
20:30Technical MeetingHotel Delta - Lauzon Room

Wednesday, November 17

6:30 – 8:30BreakfastHotel Delta
9:00 - 18:00Individual CompetitionConvention Centre
11:30 - 13:30LUNCHConvention Centre
17:30 – 19:30DINNERConvention Centre

Thursday, November 18

6:30 – 8:30BreakfastHotel Delta
9:00 – 18:00Individual CompetitionConvention Centre
11:45 – 13:45LUNCHConvention Centre
17:30 – 19:30DINNERConvention Centre

Friday, November 19

6:30 – 8:30BreakfastHotel Delta
9:00 – 18:00Individual, Pairs, Team, and Open CompetitionConvention Centre
11:30 – 13:30LUNCHConvention Centre
18h30 - 19h00Medal Ceremony for Individual CompetitionConvention Centre
17:30 – 19:30DINNERConvention Centre

Saturday, November 20

6:30 – 8:30BreakfastHotel Delta
9:00 – 17:00Pairs, Team, and Open CompetitionConvention Centre
11:30 – 13:30LUNCHConvention Centre
18:00 – 18:30Medals Ceremony for Pairs, Team, and OpenConvention Centre
19:00Closing BanquetConvention Centre

Sunday, November 21

Departures throughout the day as per departure schedule.


Hotel Delta Sur Marriott Québec
690 boulevard René-Lévesque East
Québec City, QC
G1R 5A8

All rooms are either 1 king bed OR 2 queen beds.

Hotel fee

Championships rate – $163/night + HST


Transportation between the airport and the hotel will be provided by the organizing committee. The competition venue and hotel is within walking distance from each other.


Each province is allowed a maximum team size of:

  • 18 Athletes (3 BC1, 3 BC2, 3 BC3, 3 BC4, 3 BC5, 3 Open)
  • 12 Performance Partners (3 BC1, 3 BC2, 3 BC3, 3 BC4)
  • 15 COVID Assistants (3 BC2, 3 BC3, 3 BC4, 3 BC5, 3 Open)
  • 3 Coaches
  • 1 Team Manager
  • 1 Medical

The number of slots for Open and Wild Card athletes will be determined by the HOC and Boccia Canada.

Competition Venue

Quebec City Convention Centre
1000 Bd René-Lévesque E
Québec City, QC
G1R 5T8

Individual competition

Six categories : BC1, BC2, BC3, BC4, BC5 & Open.

Team Competition

It has been confirmed that Team/Pairs competition will be possible and follow the same COVID safety precautions as the individual competition. The following registration numbers will apply for Team/Pairs:

A maximum of 5 athletes classed BC1 and BC2 (minimum of 1 BC1s). Each team may have one assistant and one substitute, or two substitutes if they are of different classifications.

Pairs Competition

  • BC3 Pair: A maximum of 3 athletes classed BC3.
  • BC4 Pair: A maximum of 3 athletes classes BC4.

Technical Package

The Technical Package is available here!


The most updated classification rules can be found here.


  • Breakfast: Provided at the Delta Hotel
  • Lunch: Provided at the Convention Centre
  • Dinner: Provided at the Convention Centre

COVID-19 Information

The 2021 Canadian Championships COVID-19 Rules and Regulations are available here.

Complete the following Waiver (only once) before the Canadian Championships.

Complete the following Attestation Form every day of the competition.

The COVID-19 Procedures for Referees is available here.


A geotag will be available for people to use on Snapchat for the duration of the competition at the Quebec City Convention Centre. Swipe and mark your location for all your friends to see! You can find the instructions for how to use the geotag here.


If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Elizabeth Deziel at

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