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The Badminton Academy Summer 2021 Program

The Badminton Academy has created two new program offerings for the upcoming summer!

The programs include: Back to Training Program in July and a one-week camp in August.

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COVID-19 Update | Mandatory restrictions introduced Provincewide

The Province of Alberta introduced mandatory restrictions in an attempt to protect the health system and reduce the rising spread of COVID-19 provincewide.

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COVID-19 Update - The Badminton Academy pauses junior lessons in Calgary

Due to the recent announcement by Alberta Health Services of April 16, The Badminton Academy will suspend all junior lesson programs in Calgary for at least the next two weeks.

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COVID-19 Update | Additional Safety Measures for the Municipality of Calgary

Badminton Alberta has received notification of additional safety measures that will come into effect as of Monday April 19. These guidelines will impact extra curricular indoor sport and recreation activities for youth groups in grades 7 to 12 operating within the municipality of Calgary.

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COVID-19 Update - Alberta returns to Step 1 restrictions

Due to a rise in the hospitalization rate, the Alberta Governement has imposed tighter restrictions and has returned to Step 1.

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The Badminton Academy's SPRING 2021 Youth Program registration opens on March 30th

Badminton Alberta offers a number of 2021 SPRING program choices in the Calgary area for youth aged 7-17 years of age interested in pursuing badminton. Group lessons are available Friday evenings at Southland Leisure Centre and Saturday mornings at Mount Royal University and the University of Calgary. 

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YONEX Canada Open 2021 canceled

The Badminton World Federation (BWF) can confirm the YONEX Canada Open 2021 has been cancelled. The BWF Tour Super 100 tournament was slated for 29 June to 4 July 2021.

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The Arctic Winter Games International Committee (AWGIC) has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2022 Arctic Winter Games due to continued public health concerns relating to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 UPDATE: Step 2 Easing of Restrictions

On Monday, March 1, the Government of Alberta announced the start of Step 2 easing of restrictions. Included in these measures, indoor fitness centres may resume low-intensity (yoga, pilates, rock climbing) individual and group workouts for adults, without a trainer.

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02-18-2021-Look Ahead - 2023 Canada Winter Games

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