Ultimate in Canada

Ultimate Canada is the governing body for the sport of Ultimate in Canada operating with the mission to lead, develop and promote excellence and spirit in Canadian Ultimate.

Timeline of National Ultimate Developments in Canada

  • 1987: First Canadian Ultimate Championships - open division only
  • 1989: Women's Division added to Nationals
  • 1991: WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships in Toronto
  • 1993: Canadian Ultimate Players Association begins
  • 1994: Juniors Division added to Nationals
  • 1995: Masters Division added to Nationals. First Annual University National Championships - open & women's divisions
  • 1997: WFDF World Ultimate Club Championships in Vancouver
  • 1999: Mixed Division added to Canadian Ultimate Championships
  • 2008: WFDF World Ultimate & Guts Championships in Vancouver
  • 2010: Canadian Ultimate Players Association changes its name to Ultimate Canada
  • 2012: Junior Division at CUC splits fromMixed to a Junior Open and Junior Women's Division
  • 2013: The Junior Open and Junior Women's divisions at CUC split away from the adult competition turning CUC into a 7 day event

Source: https://www.canadianultimate.com/en_ca/ultimate-canada

Ultimate Canada Associated Leagues and PTSOs

Canadian Ultimate Tournaments