Our Partners

Our Partners in Sport 

    

GOVERNMENT SUPPORT 

 

 

OUR PRIMARY SPONSORS

  
Bell is proud to be a National Partner of Canada Basketball. Bell is Canada's largest communications company, providing consumers and business with solutions to all their communications needs, including Bell Mobility wireless, high-speed Bell Internet, Bell TV direct to-home satellite television, Bell Home Phone local and long distance phone services, and IP-broadband and information and communications technology (ICT) services. 
As sponsor, and as the official mobile device of Canada Basketball, BlackBerry will work closely with the organization to enhance their program, focusing on development here in Canada and high performance overall. Among some of the initiatives underway, BlackBerry will be working with Canada Basketball to incorporate StoryMaker technology so that players and teams can share their stories and offer behind the scenes glimpses of what it takes to compete at this level. As well, the two organizations will be working in collaboration on the development of a coaching application to bring skills development drills to a wider audience.

Cenovus is an official partner of Canada Basketball.

Edmonton is the official home of the Canadian women’s basketball team. They were officially welcomed to their new home at Edmonton’s Saville Community Sports Centre in June 2013, confirming the city as a centre of excellence for sport development and elite athletes.

The Nike brand has a long-standing association with Canada Basketball dating back to the mid -1990s. Nike’s loyalty and dedication have been a key ingredient to the development and growth of the sport in our country. Over the years, Canada Basketball and Nike have worked together on several grassroots initiatives such as the Nike sponsored Centre’s for Performance and the Nike All-Canada Camp. Nike continues to support the Canadian National teams and shares a commitment with Canada Basketball to grow the game of basketball. 
Established in 1995, the Toronto Raptors Basketball Club is the only NBA franchise in Canada. Canada Basketball and the Raptors have been involved in growing the game since the franchise’s inception and continue to work with communities across Canada to develop basketball at all levels. From initiatives like NBA 3on3, Read to Achieve, Jr. NBA Raptors Basketball Academy, and FUNdamental clinics, the Toronto Raptors offers a wealth of programs that strive to educate, instruct, and raise the skill levels of athletes at all stages of the game.  Raptors Basketball – Game of the future. Future of the Game.
Tangerine is an official partner of Canada Basketball and presenting sponsor of the Steve Nash Youth Basketball program, which is a grassroots basketball program for children across Canada that is designed to develop fundamental skills, sportsmanship and a love of the game of basketball.
 

OUR SUPPLIERS

  

BioSteel is the official sports drink provider of Canada Basketball.

Molten has been the official basketball supplier of Canada Basketball since 1995. Guided by Molten's brand statement "for the real game" Molten continues to combine innovative technology and superior craftsmanship to make products of impeccable quality. It is a testament to the conviction that the real game happens only when balls and sports equipment enable athletes to realize their full potential and maximize performance. Molten - for the real game.

The NBA, founded in 1946, is a global sports and entertainment brand that features 30 teams in the United States and Canada. The NBA opened its office, NBA Canada, in 1995. The Toronto-based office grows the NBA’s business in Canada through marketing partnerships, digital media sales, merchandise, events and consults with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) on the NBA’s television business.

During the 2010-11 season the NBA will distribute games and programming to 215 countries and territories in 40 languages.

NBA rosters feature 84 international players from 38 countries and territories. In Canada, the NBA broadcasts more than 500 games nationally on TSN, TSN 2, Rogers Sportsnet, Sportsnet One, The Score, and NBA TV Canada. The league also has digital media relationships with TSN, Rogers Sportsnet, The Score and Videotron. NBA Jam Session had its inaugural tour this past summer visiting six Canadian cities. The largest basketball festival in Canada, it reached over 60,000 participants and spectators from July through October in city centre locations.
Tucked away in the heart of Muskoka, Olympia's 40 acres becomes the playground for fun and excitement awaiting the heartbeat of your child. Olympia Sports Camp is the only residential outdoor camp in Canada that has provided children a unique opportunity to experience the finest in sports, camping and life skills training for over 35 years. No camper leaves Olympia untouched by the warmth, friendliness, and family-like atmosphere that has inspired lasting friendships throughout the years.