Reserved Tickets and Single Day Passes now Available

Dec 04, 2014

For Immediate Release

Prince George, BC – Reserved hockey tickets, Opening Ceremony tickets and single day passes to the largest multi-sport and cultural event in the nation – the 2015 Canada Winter Games – are now available. 

“We are excited to expand our ticket offering to include tickets to the Opening Ceremony and men’s and women’s hockey semi-final and final games, as well as single day passes,” says Stuart Ballantyne, CEO of the 2015 Canada Winter Games. “The 2015 Canada Winter Games is an opportunity to see future Olympians and professional athletes in action – an opportunity that won’t return to the province of BC for over two decades.”

In addition to the passes released for sale on September 15, 2014, tickets for the 2015 Canada Winter Games Opening Ceremony and men’s and women’s hockey semi-final and final games are now available to purchase at the Ticketmaster Prince George box office in CN Centre, online at or by phone at 1-855-985-5000. Single day passes are available to purchase exclusively at the Ticketmaster Prince George box office in CN Centre.

About 2015 Canada Winter Games:
The 2015 Canada Winter Games will be the largest multi-sport and cultural event to ever be held in Prince
George and northern British Columbia and is forecasted to generate an economic impact of over $90 million
while building champions and inspiring dreams amongst Canadian youth. Athletes from 10 provinces and three
territories will compete in 19 sports with the dream of becoming Canada’s next champions. In 2015, choose your
path, leave your tracks, and journey with the 2015 Canada Winter Games as we host the nation and share a
northern story with all of Canada.

About the Official Host First Nation:
The traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh stretches 4.3 million hectares from the Rocky Mountains to the
Interior Plains, and includes the City of Prince George. The word, Lheidli, means, “Where the two rivers flow
together,” referring to the Nechako and Fraser Rivers, and T’enneh means, “the people”. Downtown Prince George
and the surrounding neighborhoods now sit on the site that was originally the Fort George Indian reserve,
established in 1892. The history of the Lheidli T’enneh is a big part of the history of the City of Prince George
and the entire region.

Media Contact:
Alyson Gourley-Cramer
Manager, Communications & Community Relations
2015 Canada Winter Games
Call or txt: 250-961-5366
@2015canadagames | #2015cangames

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