Clavet’s Carsen Adair (left) scored a goal in Team Saskatchewan’s 4-1 win over New Brunswick during their opening hockey game on February 19 (Sask Sport photo)

The best young athletes in Canada are competing at the 2023 Canada Winter Games from February 18-March 5, 2023 in Prince Edward Island.

The Games features 20 different sports, and intense competition among 3,600 of Canada’s athletes from all 13 provinces and territories.

Team Saskatchewan sent  a full contingent of athletes in the 20 sports to represent the province at the 2023 Canada Winter Games across Prince Edward Island.

With 217 athletes, 74 members of the coaching staff, 20 sports, and 27 mission staff coming from 60 different communities across Saskatchewan, the contingent  is truly a province-wide team ready to compete against the best in the country.

Our region is well represented.

The athletes and support staff participating in this historic event include:


Phillip Henderson – Manager (Delisle)


Taylor Ochitwa – Manager (Warman)


Dylan Derksen (Hague), Melissa Remeshylo (Warman), Coach Scott Remeshylo (Warman)


Sebastian Turgeon (Delisle) Gymnastics

Avery Tillmanns (Martensville) Hockey:

Carsen Adair (Clavet), Jocelyn Fiala (Clavet), Jaxon Herchak (Waldheim), Megan Hirschfeld, (Beaver Creek), Kazden Mathies (Martensville), Coach Todd White (Warman)


Deziree Franson (Aberdeen), Brooklyn Franson  (Aberdeen) Snowboard:

Jacob Proctor (Langham) Speed Skating:

Liam Dallaire – Manager (Casa Rio), Serena Dallaire (Casa Rio), Daniel Pauli (Warman)

Wheelchair Basketball:

Kyrell Sopotyk (Aberdeen)

Mission Staff:

Guylaine Green (Rosthern), Garett Mathiason (Warman), Eden Senger (Osler)