Sport is not an equal playing field: Anti-racism takes action.

The Anti-Racism in Sport Campaign video features Winnipeg athletes and sport stakeholders sharing their experiences with racism and vision for change, in their own words.


 For more information about the Campaign, visit:

WATCH OVER THE HOLIDAYS: Basketball Manitoba is pleased to now share the 6+ hour video collection from the 2021 Super Coaches Clinic held in October.  The virtual clinic featured presentations from Steve Konchalski, Alex Sarama, Carly Clarke, Mano Watsa and Roy Rana.  Read more about the event...

All SCC sessions were video recorded in their entirety and can now be watched streaming online for free.  Up until now, the videos were shared exclusively with the coaches who were in attendance at the clinic.  You can also view all videos through our FREE mobile app on your iOS or Android device.

The 2022 Super Coaches Clinic will be held on October 21-22 at the University of Manitoba, so save the date!

To view the full collection, including the videos from all clinics since the clinic began in 2009, go to...



 Basketball Manitoba has a collection of coach resource information that includes...
  • 48 detailed and summary youth basketball practice plans along with added curriculum specific to females, Phys Ed classes and more.
  • 250+ youth skills & drill videos (12+ hours of material)
  • 10+ years of Basketball Manitoba Super Coaches Clinic videos (100+ hours of content)
  • 30+ hours of FIBA basketball officials and scorekeeper instructional videos
  • Dozens of printed coaches documents to help organize your team and program
  • Resources connected to concussions and sport parent education 
  • 500+ hours of full-length instructional streaming videos from the Basketball Manitoba DVD Library and other collections (with new videos added weekly)
  • A search feature to find a specific skill or drill you are looking to add to your practices
  • More content being added all the time!

To access all the material for FREE, head to and request access!

In less than 24 hours, your request will be acknowledged and you will be notified by email to your Gmail address when you can view the material.  You can then return to this information throughout the year to access it as needed.  Be sure to bookmark the link for easy access to it! 

Atlas Basketball has announced it will be hosting a players camp open to boys and girls ages 16+ from December 27-30, 2021 at Calvin Christian Collegiate in Winnipeg.  The camps will run 12:00 - 1:30 pm each day at a cost of $100 per person.  

This four-day Mini Camp is for athletes that are truly serious about their skill development.

For details and registration, go to...

Basketball Manitoba Note: Please note that attendance at or participation in this camp will require all players, coaches, officials, volunteers, staff and spectators who are AGE 12+ to be able to prove their Covid-19 double vaccination status to gain entry to an indoor basketball facility in Manitoba until further notice.  People ages 12-17 can provide a 72 hour or newer negative Antigen test performed by a pharmacist or proof of a single shot of the Moderna / Pfizer vaccine.  Details can be found HERE...



The Pembina Trails Bison Classic is back! After a one-year COVID hiatus, the tournament will be happening from December 9-11, 2021. This is the largest High School girls basketball tournament in Manitoba and is the kick-off to the 2021-2022 high school basketball season.

The tournament hosts 16 Varsity and 16 Jr. Varsity teams – upwards of 380 female athletes -  who will compete during the 3-day tournament which is held jointly at Vincent Massey Collegiate, Fort Richmond Collegiate, and the University of Manitoba Investors Group Athletic Centre (with the support of the Bisons Women’s Basketball Program).

Due to current COVID restrictions, there will be no in-person spectators at any venues, however, all games will be live-streamed throughout the tournament. Check back for the inks for the live streams closer to the start of the tournament.

You can follow the tournament and view results in the following ways:

Results will be posted on the MHSAA website, Basketball Manitoba Scoreboard and submitted to the Winnipeg Free Press and Winnipeg Sun newspapers.

Good Luck to all the teams! We are looking forward to a great tournament and the return of high school basketball!


Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Canada Games Council (CGC), with the endorsement of the 2022 Canada Games Host Society and the 2023 Canada Games Host Society, will implement a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all accredited individuals at the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara Region and the 2023 Canada Winter Games on Prince Edward Island.  This will include Manitoba Provincial Team members on the 18U teams that will be representing Manitoba at the Games scheduled for August 2022 in Niagara Fall, ON. 

RELATED: Youth Ages 12-17 Vaccine Requirement Coming To All Indoor Sports In Manitoba Effective Dec 6    

All accredited athletes, coaches, managers, technical officials, participant assistants, venue pass holders, mission staff, guests, and media must receive and provide proof of a complete and up-to-date series of a Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to their arrival at the 2022 or the 2023 Canada Games.

The health and safety of all Canada Games participants and the people who live, work, and play in the communities hosting the Games is of the utmost importance. The CGC and the Host Societies firmly believe that vaccination is an appropriate mechanism to protect all members of the Canada Games family and the general public as we collectively strive to deliver safe and successful Games in 2022 and 2023.

The CGC, 2022 Canada Games Host Society and 2023 Canada Games Host Society will make accommodations for individuals who are either ineligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination or have received an exemption on medical or religious grounds.

Eligible individuals who have not provided proof of vaccination or received an exemption will not be permitted to attend or participate in the 2022 or 2023 Canada Games.

Spectators of the 2022 and 2023 Canada Games will be subject to the current public health requirements of the respective host communities and the policies of the host venues.

The official policy and associated FAQs are available at the links below and at Information pertaining to the implementation of the policy, including procedures regarding exemptions, will be made available no later than April 1, 2022.


Basketball Manitoba is pleased to announce that the Jr. NBA Youth Basketball (JNYB) is looking to expand heading into this Winter Season and beyond.  The program comes as part of a new partnership with Canada Basketball NBA Canada for ages 5-12, with three different curriculums available. Jr. NBA will focus on the fundamental movement skills of running, jumping, throwing, catching, balance, agility, and coordination.

The program will also work to begin and progress on the development of some of the fundamental basketball skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, rebound and playing defence.  There are currently over 10 locations running the program around Manitoba and we are looking to grow into new areas of the province. 

Basketball Manitoba is seeking the interest of the Manitoba basketball community from groups or individuals that may be interested in hosting a program in their community.

BACK TO BASKETBALL: Basketball Manitoba is excited to offer the first 10 Jr. NBA hosts that get back onto the court a "Back to Basketball" start-up grant worth $500 for any new or current Jr. NBA clubs until Feb 1, 2022. We are putting a priority on non-Winnipeg locations to use this program to boost basketball participation province-wide. If interested, please complete the application below.