This year's Saskatchewan Winter Games that were slated to take place in Regina from February 20-26, 2022, will not proceed due to COVID-19. Click here for more information.
Additional information will be communicated when a shared decision has been reached for the future of the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games.
Say hello to the official mascots of the Saskatchewan Games!
Tansi and Ravi are a sister and brother team of white-tailed deer. Tansi (pronounced Tawn-say) is a Cree language greeting meaning, "Hi, how are you?" Ravi (pronounced Ra-vee) means "delighted" in French. These two are so excited to welcome the entire province to Regina for the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games in celebration of the Games' 50th anniversary!
This pair of white-tailed deer was chosen as the official mascots of the 2005 Canada Summer Games held in Regina, Saskatchewan. At the conclusion of those Games, the mascots were gifted to the Saskatchewan Games Council, who adopted them as the program's official mascots -- ever since 2006, they've traveled to every corner of the province to celebrate our province's athletes, coaches, volunteers, and community spirit. They've been all over the place -- from Melfort, to Meadow Lake, to North Battleford, and now to their new home in Regina (including a stopover in Swift Current for the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games)!
Tansi and Ravi love to make appearances in the community to spread cheer and build excitement towards the Games. Would you like to book either or both mascots for an upcoming event? Fill out the form linked below:
Developed for the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games, this educational package provides youth educators and facilitators support with education for the youth of Saskatchewan to build healthy lifestyles. This program is broken down into three areas; Sport, Self and Health.
The materials in this Educational Package are intended to assist in instructing, supplementing, building knowledge, and enthusiasm around the Saskatchewan Winter Games being held in Regina, Saskatchewan from February 20-26, 2022. The materials can be used in most subject areas for all ages from Kindergarten to Grade 12 depending on the objectives, outcomes and skill levels of the students.