February 23 to March 10, 2021 ribbon Canada Winter Games 2007
Tickets to the 2007 Canada Winter Games are selling quickly
2007, January 16th:

The Opening Ceremonies for the 2007 Canada Winter Games have sold out. With less than six weeks to go all Games tickets are selling quickly.

So far the demand for tickets has been high. A third National Artists Program performance, Defining Moments, was added after the first two sold out. Tickets for the Closing Ceremony on March 10th are also still available, but are selling quickly.

Sport finals are selling out too. Gold medal hockey games, bronze medal men’s hockey, women’s hockey semi final and both men’s and women’s curling finals have all sold out. Tickets for boxing finals and hockey, boxing and curling semi final rounds are still available. Week passes are also available and give spectators access to all sport competition and preliminary round competitions of hockey, boxing and curling.

The Closing Ceremony - on March 10th, at ATCO Place in downtown Whitehorse - will be the final of the Games. It is when 2007 will pass the torch to the 2009 Canada Games, say goodbye to our athletes and take a moment to celebrate the success of the Games.

Laurel Parry, vice-president of Culture, Ceremonies and Protocol, is pleased with the strong community response to cultural ticket sales and encourages all Yukonners to attend the Closing Ceremony. "The Closing Ceremony will reflect the culmination of two weeks of intense competition by our participants and hard work by our volunteers,” said Parry. “They will definitely be an energetic celebration of our successful Games.”

Tickets for all Games events are available at Arts Underground in the Hougen's Centre on Main Street, or by calling 1-877-393-2007. To find out more about the ticketing program, presented by Northwestel, click here.