Burlington Barracudas, Girls Hockey Club
Girls’ hockey has been part of the Burlington sports scene for over thirty years. Burlington teams participated in Provincial hockey in the 1960's. Early in the 70's, organized league play was introduced for girls ranging in age from 13 to 24. In 1988, Burlington hosted the Canadian Women’s National Championship.
A model, not-for-profit, member-based sports organization creating sustainable program excellence across all Burlington Basketball programs mini-ball, mbab, all-star, competitive rep and elite to meet the needs of the community.
Burlington Chiefs, Lacrosse
Burlington City Rep Hockey Club
The Burlington City Rep Hockey Club advocates and facilitates philosophies which affect the success and edification of our athletes as whole persons. This development includes eliciting values of character, education, integrity, leadership, teamwork, quality of life and altruism. We have set ourselves the task of helping to mold our athletes, through the great Canadian passion of hockey, into responsible future leaders and caring citizens, whose paths will also be defined by a quest for excellence in all they do.
Burlington Masters Swim Club
Burlington Minor Football
Our objective is to provide football for our members from the age of 6 to 22. We field 65 + teams per year within our various programs (house league and rep). Our Alumni have graduated to play in the CIS, NCAA, CFL and NFL.
Burlington Lions Optimist Minor Hockey Association
The Burlington Lions Optimist Minor Hockey Association (BLOMHA) was formed in 1951 by members of the Burlington Central Lions Club and the Optimist Club of Burlington, making it one of the oldest, longest serving youth organizations in our city. For several years members of both clubs were actively involved in the operation of the organization. BLOMHA is governed by Hockey Canada, Ontario Hockey Federation and Alliance Hockey.
The Burlington Runners Club is an organization for runners of all abilities. It was founded in 1973 by local citizens who shared an interest in the sport of running. With over 200 members ranging in ages from 15 to 75 (actively running), the BRC Club is thriving within the heart of Burlington, Ontario.
Burlington Skating Centre
Welcome to the Burlington Skating Centre - a not for profit organization dedicated to the development of young skaters. The Burlington Skating Centre is a year-round club offering programs in our dedicated rink at Appleby Arena- Pad 4 in Burlington, Ontario. We are a member of the Hallwent Region, which is one of 9 regions in the Western Ontario Section, one of four sections within Ontario affiliated with Skate Canada.
Burlington Track and Field Club
To Foster, promote and teach track and field within the city of Burlington and to provide maximum opportunities for all eligible individuals to participate regardless of ability.
Burlington Youth Soccer Club
The BYSC continues to grow and evolve to bring the best soccer programs to the City of Burlington by providing numerous indoor and outdoor soccer activities such as recreational and competitive programs, camps, coach and referee training, and specialized training.
Burloak Canoe Club
Burloak Canoe Club (BCC) is one of Canada’s leading flat-water Olympic canoe-kayak racing clubs. Led by a Board of Directors on a non-profit basis, BCC offers first-class training programs for close to 250 members of all ages and levels of experience – from novice to world champion.
Gatquatic Diving Club
Gatquatic Divers Club is a registered "not-for-profit" springboard and platform diving club based in Burlington, Ontario. Gatquatic Divers Club offers opportunities for all ages and levels of abilities with Learn-to-Dive, Pre-Competitive and Competitive Programs. The Club has served the communities in the Golden Horseshoe Area for over 35 years.
Golden Horseshoe Touch Football Association
The future looks bright for touch football in Burlington with a strong base of kids playing in the BMFA, and there are a number of teams in the GHTFA which boast rosters with father and sons playing on the same team.
Halton Outdoor Club
The Halton Outdoor Club has a very active membership. Our members are individuals who enjoy outdoor activity and want to share their experiences with others.
Our club offers activities at a variety of levels and we welcome beginners. We have members who are very skilled and ‘go the distance’ and we have members who start by knowing very little. What we all have in common is a love of the outdoors, a willingness to be shoreactive and the joy of participating with others.
Hidden Lake Golf Club
If you like your golf served up with a helping of history on the side, you will find a veritable smorgasbord at our 36-hole golf club. Featuring a large practice facility and an expansive, full-service clubhouse.
Ringette Association of Burlington
RAB is asking that each Team contribute to the success of our Organization by contributing to the operating expenses which in turn allows us to provide a good infrastructure in which all Teams participate. This is a policy which will allow us to move forward in a positive manner as we continue to grow the Association.
Rock Chapel Golf Centre
Rock Chapel Golf Centre is a picturesque, public golf club that offers a full range of quality, affordable golfing activities in a family friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Our facility features a 9 hole executive golf course, full service driving range and a one of a kind, real grass miniature golf course known as a putting course. It's an amazing putting challenge for golfers that is also a big hit with the mini-putt crowd.
The Burlington Fitness & Racquet Club
Achieve a new level of fitness and take control of your overall health at Burlington Fitness & Racquet Club. We will help you reach your fitness goals with an unparalleled selection of equipment, exciting classes taught by enthusiastic professionals and private instruction from fully licensed personal trainers.
Baseball Canada is the national governing body for baseball in Canada.
Canada Basketball is the National Sporting Organization for the sport of Basketball in Canada.
Canadian Curling Association
CCA is recognized as the national administrative body for curling in Canada by Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee and the World Curling Federation.
Canadian Ski & Snowboard Association
The Canadian Snowsports Association is a federation of its nine ski and snowboard disciplines, whose mandate is the development of elite amateur athletes and the pursuit of excellence at national and international level competitions for all disciplines.
Canadian Soccer Association
The Canadian Soccer Association, in partnership with its members, is dedicated to promoting the growth and development of soccer for all Canadians at all levels.
Canadian Volkssport Federation
A Volkssport Event is an organized non-competitive walk, bike ride, swim, or cross- country ski through a scenic area over a pre-determined route designed for people of all ages.
Canadian Yachting Association
The Canadian Yachting Association is a Registered Amateur Athletic Association with charitable status, designated by the Government of Canada as a National Sport Organization representing the sport of Sailing.
Cycle Canada is an innovator in developing unique cycling routes and supported cycling tours throughout Canada.
National Hockey League (NHL)
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Promoting all forms of recreational paddling to Canadians of diverse abilities, culture or age, advocating for a healthy natural environment, and developing an appreciation for the canoe and the kayak in our Canadian heritage.
The game of rugby in Canada is well represented in all ten provincial unions and is played by Canadian girls and boys, men and women.
Skate Canada is an Association dedicated to the principles of enabling every Canadian to participate in skating throughout their lifetime, for fun, fitness and/or achievement.
Find information about the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation, the Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors and ther Canadian Ski Instructors' Alliance.
Speed Skating Canada
In addition to the specific responsibility to train and develop elite skaters Speed Skating Canada also provide guidance and support to the various regional programs.
Synchronized Swimming in Canada
The sport of synchronized swimming is accessible to all Canadians, promotes fun, fitness and allows participants to reach their own level of excellence.
The Canadian Football League (CFL)
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The Royal Canadian Golf Association
Our mission, as the governing body of golf in Canada, is to promote participation in and a passion for the game while protecting its traditions and integrity.