canada basketball
15u & 17u
national championships

About National Championships

The Canada Basketball 15U & 17U National Championships are the premier national amateur sport events for the Canadian basketball community.  Each summer, Canada’s top next generation of high performance athletes at the 15U and 17U age groups, competes for the National Championship title while representing their home province/territory.

Objectives of the National Championships

  • To create a competitive environment that meets the appropriate stage of development as outlined in the Canadian Basketball Athlete Development Model, allowing Canada’s best developmental athletes to showcase their abilities.

  • To compete, coach and manage under the principles of the Canadian Basketball Athlete Development Model i.e., fair play and the ideals of ethical sport.

  • To educate the parents, players and coaches on developmental principles that relate to the athlete’s stage of development i.e., post-secondary education decisions.

  • To encourage representation and participation from all P/TSO’s.

  • To support and enhance the activities of P/TSO’s in the areas of athletes, coaches and officials development.

  • To facilitate the identification of athletes and coaches for involvement in National Team programming.

2024 Tournament Information

The Canada Basketball 15U & 17U National Championships return August 5th - August 10th, 2024, featuring provincial and territorial teams from across Canada.

15U & 17U Men's Tournament

15U & 17U women's Tournament


York University
Toronto, ON

Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, NL

Team Accommodations

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Food Services

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Tournament Banquet

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Tournament at a Glance - Men’s & Women’s

The Canada Basketball 15U & 17U National Championships return August 5th - August 10th, 2024, featuring provincial and territorial teams from across Canada.

Saturday August 3 &
Sunday August 4

Team Arrivals / Official Arrivals / Team Practices / Coaches Technical Session / Player Orientations

Monday August 5

Preliminary Games

Tuesday August 6

Preliminary Games

Wednesday August 7

Preliminary Games

Thursday August 8

Playoff Games

Friday August 9

Playoff Games

Saturday August 10

Medal Games / Classification Games / Awards Presentation / Closing Ceremony

Sunday August 11

Team Departures / Officials Departures

For live results & statistics, standings and leaders, please visit the following sites:
Men’s - Coming Soon
Women’s - Coming Soon


Please select a schedule from one of the four National Championships:

  • 2024 Men’s 15U Schedule - Coming Soon

  • 2024 Men’s 17U Schedule - Coming Soon

  • 2024 Women’s 15U Schedule - Coming Soon

  • 2024 Women’s 17U Schedule - Coming Soon

Teams & Rosters

Participating Teams:

  • Team Alberta

  • Team British Columbia

  • Team Manitoba

  • Team New Brunswick

  • Team Newfoundland & Labrador

  • Team Nova Scotia

  • Team Northwest Territories

  • Team Ontario

  • Team Prince Edward Island

  • Team Quebec

  • Team Saskatchewan

Awards & Standings

2024 Awards & Standings

Planning to Attend

15U & 17U Men's Tournament

15U & 17U woMen's Tournament

Hotel Accommodations
(Parents & Spectators)

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Ticket Information

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Things to Do

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More Information

Safe Sport

Canada Basketball is committed to ensuring a safe and inclusive environment for all its athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers, that is free from abuse, harassment, and discrimination.


Canada Basketball recognizes its responsibility to foster a sport environment that ensures positive, healthy and fulfilling experiences.  It is imperative that all coaches be trained on conduct to prevent and address maltreatment.  All coaches, team managers, IST staff and referees are required to complete the safe sport training module, available via the Coaching Association of Canada - Safe Sport website.  The safe sport module is a free, 90-minute online module that gives all participants the tools to recognize, address, and prevent maltreatment in sport.  The module aligns with the principles of the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport and meets Sport Canada requirements for Safe Sport education.


All coaches, team managers, staff, volunteers, and referees involved with the National Championships are required to have a completed criminal record/background check in the form of an Enhanced Police Information Check (E-PIC) issued within 36 months of the event.  Coaches can provide their own valid copy from the past 3 years or apply for one online at  Further details can be found in Canada Basketball’s Screening Policy for Coaches.


Canada Basketball encourages reporting of all incidents where abuse, discrimination, and harassment is perceived regardless of whom the offender may be or the context. This is essential in ensuring accountability by identifying risks to athletes and mitigating unsafe sport environments and behaviour posing threats to athletes.

Canada Basketball knows how important it can be to provide a safe and secure way of reporting issues that are impacting an individual directly or that they have become aware of.  As required by Sport Canada, all complaints reporting will be managed by an Independent Third-Party Safe Sport Officer. For concerns/complaints, or to report or discuss incidents of abuse or harassment of any kind related to Canada Basketball events/activities, we encourage individuals to contact ITP Sport directly at:

Complaints submitted via the online link can only be accessed by ITP Sport.

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Volunteer Information

If you are interested in volunteering for the Women's National Championship in Newfoundland, please click here. Some available positions may include:

  • Scorekeeping and statistics

  • In-game announcing

  • Team liaison

  • Venue accreditation