2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games Presented by Teine Energy Ltd.
Nov 29, 2021

2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games Presented by Teine Energy Ltd.

REGINA, SK, November 18, 2021 — The 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games Host Organizing Committee is thrilled to announce that Teine Energy Ltd. has signed on as the presenting partner for the 50th anniversary Games. The Games are set to take place in Regina for the first time ever from February 20-26, 2022.

Teine Energy Ltd. (Teine) is a Calgary-based privately-held energy company focused on environmentally conscious development of low-risk, geographically concentrated assets. The company’s primary operations are currently situated within southwestern Saskatchewan developing both Viking as well as Bakken enhance oil projects. Saskatchewan is a key province for Teine’s operations and the partnership reflects their ongoing commitment to giving back to the communities in which they operate.

With three months until the Games, Teine joins as a partner at a crucial time. Tickets sales will be launching on November 26. Athlete selections are currently happening throughout the province and volunteer recruitment is well underway. Over 1,000 volunteers will be needed to make the Games a success.

The 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games will see competition between upwards of 1,800 participants from across the province in 16 different sports. These include Alpine Skiing, Artistic Swimming, Badminton, Biathlon, Bowling – Special Olympics, Cross Country Skiing and Para Nordic Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Futsal, Gymnastics, Snowboarding, Speed Skating, Table Tennis, Target Shooting, Weightlifting, and Wrestling. This is the first time Regina has ever hosted a Saskatchewan Games.

A virtual event was held on the SWG Facebook page on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 10:30AM CST.

“Teine Energy Ltd. is proud to be the 'Presenting Partner' of the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games. Saskatchewan is home to our primary operations and many of our employees and their families are involved in sporting activities. This partnership reflects our on-going commitment to them, the communities in which we operate, and most importantly, the up and coming athletes carrying on the storied legacy of Saskatchewan sport.” - President and CEO Teine Energy Ltd. Jason Denney

“The Winter Games are not possible without the support of partners like Teine Energy Ltd. Their support helps to ensure the athletes have an excellent experience. Partners have been key to the success of the Games of the past and will continue to be vital to the Games of the future.” - 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games Chair Valerie Sluth

“This is a very exciting year for the Saskatchewan Games; it’s the 50th anniversary and we could not host this special event without the generous support of corporate partners. With the generous support of Teine Energy Ltd. the youth of the province will have the ability to experience a once in a lifetime event! This partnership is a great fit as Teine Energy’s values align nicely with those of the Saskatchewan Games program… to contribute and give back to the community, support legacy projects, and promote personal development. Welcome to the games family Teine Energy!” - Saskatchewan Games Council Executive Director Mark Bracken

About the Saskatchewan Games
First established in 1972, the purpose of the Saskatchewan Games is to provide an opportunity for the province’s developing athletes, coaches and officials to participate in an exciting multisport event in preparation for a higher level of competition. Countless Saskatchewan Games
alumni have advanced to competition at the national level and beyond, with Olympians such as Emily Clarke, Marsha Hudey and Lucas Makowsky counting the Saskatchewan Winter Games as a key step in their journey to the highest levels of sport. The Saskatchewan Games also leave behind valuable legacies that benefit each host community for years to come. To learn more, visit

About Teine Energy Ltd.
Teine is a Calgary-based exploration, development and production company focused on acquiring and developing oil and natural gas properties in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Approximately 90% of Teine’s production is weighted towards oil and natural gas liquids. Please visit

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Media Contact:
Leanne Schellenberg
Games Manager - 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games