2018 Tony Cote Winter Games

April 1-6, 2018 • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The Tony Cote Winter/Summer Games formerly known as the Saskatchewan First Nation Winter/Summer Games was initiated in 1974 by Chief Tony Cote and the Council of the Cote First Nation and their membership.

Closing Ceremonies

Athletes, Coaches, Chaperones, Mission Staff, Friends, Family, Leaders and Supporters. The Tony Cote Winter Games ceremonies are as follows:

Closing Ceremonies on Friday April 6 after the final hockey game at the Jemini arena at the Circle Drive Alliance Church located at 3035 Preston Avenue South. Awards to be given out for Sport and Overall Winner, Tony Cote Most Improved Team.


Important Information


Special Guests

Brigette Lacquette (Defense – Canada’s National Women’s Team)
From: Mallard, Manitoba/ Cote First Nation, Saskatchewan

On Dec. 22, 2017, Lacquette was selected to represent Canada’s National Women’s Team at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

Lacquette made her debut in Canada’s National Women’s Team Program in 2008 with Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team. She is a two-time participant at the IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship winning gold in 2010 and silver in 2009. As a member of Canada’s National Women’s Development Team she appeared in 21 games, winning gold at the Nations Cup in 2013 and 2016.

On the blueline, the 25-year-old from Mallard, Man., has worn the red-and-white in 34 games for Canada’s National Women’s Team. Lacquette is a two-time silver-medallist at the IIHF Women’s World Championship (2015, 2016) and won a gold-medal at the 2013 4 Nations Cup.

Lacquette played her NCAA career at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, and also won the Clarkson Cup with the CWHL’s Calgary Inferno in 2016.


Acknowledgements

Tony Cote Winter Games 2018 Host Committee honours our traditional lands and homelands on which the 2018 Games will take place. We also honour and thank the Shoal Lake Cree Nation, The Red Earth Cree Nation and The Cumberland House Cree Nation as our community partners presenting these games.

Standings  
Team Score
1 Team Woodland 74.00 4 1 3
2 Meadow Lake Tribal Council 60.50 1 1 2
3 File Hills QuAppelle Tribal Council 50.25 1 1 0
4 Prince Albert Grand Council 49.25 1 1 0
5 Saskatoon Tribal Council 40.25 0 0 0
6 Agency Chiefs Tribal Council 39.50 0 0 4
7 Yorkton Tribal Council 39.25 1 1 0
8 Battlefords Agency Tribal Council 38.75 0 2 0
9 Touchwood Agency Tribal Council 30.75 1 0 0
10 Onion Lake Cree Nation 27.50 0 0 0
11 Team Beardys Okemasis First Nation 27.50 0 1 0
12 South East Treaty 4 Tribal Council 20.00 0 1 0
13 Battlefords Tribal Council 9.50 0 0 0
14 To Be Determined 0.00 0 0 0
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