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.


Ensuring a safe and inclusive sport environment for everyone.

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 Performance Cheer.

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. 






The Cheer Canada Board of Directors wishes to provide our PTSO’s with an update regarding the Cheer Canada Championships.

Following discussions at the Board of Directors at their November 18th meeting, Cheer Canada regrets to announce that this year’s event will not take place in Saskatoon. However, despite unsubstantiated rumours to the contrary, Cheer Canada is not cancelling the event and is firmly committed to the success of this event for the 2022-2023 season and beyond.

Cheer Canada is actively reviewing alternate sites for this May, 2023 event. As a new venue is finalized, Cheer Canada is soliciting the assistance of PTSO’s to determine the approximate number of teams from your prospective province or territory are interested in attending this event and in what category. We want to ensure that sufficient time and space is available to accommodate those teams that have been working so hard in preparation for this inaugural event. Consequently, we ask that you respond with approximate numbers by November 28th.

The next phase of this process will be to review the current structure of the event to ensure its long term viability so that the Cheer Canada Championships become a signature event that our athletes deserve.

Your assistance in ascertaining an approximate number of entries for this event is greatly appreciate and please feel free to convey Cheer Canada’s adamant commitment to this event. In the interim, Cheer Canada will continue to provide updates regarding this event and, should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Gary B. Oswald
Executive Director