Canada’s National Sport Organization for Cheerleading
Recognized by the International Cheer Union

News & Updates

News updates from Cheer Canada, International Federations and Provincial Organizations.

Strategic Plan

EN / FR  – This plan includes our updated mission, vision, values and our plan for the coming years.


Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders.

Executive & Committees

Cheer Canada’s Board of Directors and working committees. 

Education Resources

Rules, age grids, score sheets, and routine guidelines for Cheer Abilities, Scholastic, All Star Cheer and Dance.

Bylaws & Policies

Bylaws relating to the general conduct of Cheer Canada. 


Clubs & Schools

International Podium Finishes

Team Canada Premier

Cheer Canada, the recognized National Sport Organization for cheerleading in Canada, is pleased to announce a call to all athletes that wish to represent Canada at the ICU World Championships in the Premier divisions.

Educational Resources

Cheer Canada’s educational resources for All Star, Recreational, Scholastic Cheer and dance coaches, administrators and judges. 





RFI for Audit Services

RE: Request for information - 3-year mandate for audit services Cheer Canada would like to invite your firm to propose on a three-year contract to provide the following services on a continuous and, where appropriate, annual basis: Annual financial statement audit...

Meet Emily!

Meet Emily! Emily is a 22 year old cheerleader with Olympia Allstar Cheerleading and a Member of the 2020/2021 Team Canada Adaptive Abilities Unified Division.In the spring of 2018, while waiting to see Nike take the stage at the Worlds, Emily saw the Cheer Canada...

Cheer Canada Skills List is now available

Cheer Canada has published its 2020-21 Skills List for All-Star teams. This updated list replaces the previous skills chart and serves as a guide for coaches and judges to understand what building and tumbling skills are allowed at each level. The list was updated to...