North American Indigenous Games

History

2017 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games will be held on July 16-23, 2017 in Toronto, ON.

2014 - Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

The 2014 North American Indigenous Games were held July  20-26 in Regina, Saskatchewan.

2014 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

2011 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Cancelled

2008 - Cowichan, British Columbia, Canada

The 2008 North American Indigenous Games were held August 3-10 in Cowichan, British Columbia.

2008 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

2006 - Denver, Colorado, USA

The 2006 North American Indigenous Games were held July 2-8 in Denver, Colorado.

2006 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

2002 - Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The most recent NAIG was held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 25 to August 4, 2002. The Winnipeg Games involved 5500 sport participants from 27 teams (12 Provinces/Territories and 15 States). These Games also played host to a cultural festival that drew the participation of approximately 3000 cultural performers from across North America.

2002 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

1997 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

In 1997, Victoria, British Columbia, played host to the NAIG. These Games drew participation from 26 teams (9 Provinces/Territories and 17 States). In total, 5,000 took part in the sport competition and over 3,000 in the cultural festival.

1997 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

1995 – Blaine, Minnesota, USA

The 1995 Games held in Blaine, Minnesota, marked the first time the NAIG has been held in the United States of America. According to sport participation levels the 1995 Games were the largest to date with approximately 8,000 competitors.

1995 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

1993 - Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada

The 1993 Games in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, involved 4,400 sport participants who competed on behalf of the Indigenous peoples of their Province, Territory or State. In addition to the sporting events, the 1993 NAIG included a cultural festival that attracted several hundred cultural performers from across Canada and the United States of America. These Games also witnessed the birth of the NAIG Council as the permanent governing structure for the NAIG.

1993 Team Manitoba Medal Standings

1990 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

The first ever NAIG were held in Edmonton, Alberta. It attracted approximately 3000 sport participants and numerous cultural performers from Indigenous communities across Canada and the northwestern United States.

1990 Team Manitoba Medal Standings