OLA Announces Pop-Up Skills Camps for Box & Field Players!



The Ontario Lacrosse Association is excited to release 3 additional dates for our Tune-Up Camps starting June 27th in Brampton. These Co-Ed sessions will be run by coaches who are actively coaching and/or training with Provincial, National, Collegiate and/or Professional Programs. We will be offering High Rep Shooting and Position Specific Skill Development in addition to Goalie Specific Coaching at all Tune-Up Camps.

Our 3 key areas of development include:

  1. Positional Based Athleticism
  2. Technical Skill
  3. Mental Performance

The cost for each session is $60. We take pride in the opportunities we are able to offer across Ontario and look forward to seeing all ages in attendance at these camps! To get registered, click here.


For any questions, please contact:
Sonya Crossey - VP of Development
Rachael McKinnon - Technical Director
Scott Fitchett - Technical Director



OLA Player Development Camp Series Begins April 30



Join us this weekend at Iroquois Park Sports Complex (500 Victoria St W) in Whitby ON for our U9 Girls and U11/U13 Tune-Up Camps! Led by the next generation of lacrosse superstars, these clinics are here to refine your box skills before the 2023 season! Learn shooting, face-offs, defensive positioning, goalie specific training, and more!

U9 Girls: $25

U11/U13 Co-Ed: $50/session

Click here to get registered while space permits! All athletes must be registered with their home club first.

Canada Summer Games to Include Lacrosse in 2025 (via Newswire)


On Friday, February 17th, the Ontario Lacrosse Association forwarded a letter to Ontario Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Hon. Neil Lumsden (Hamilton East—Stoney Creek), asking for support for the permanent inclusion of lacrosse in the Canada Summer Games. Our letter, which is included below, outlined our position in advance of Minister Lumsden's attendance at the two-day conference focused on advancing governments' collective priorities for sport in Canada which was attended by federal, provincial and territorial (FPT) ministers of sport, physical activity and recreation.

On Saturday, February 18th, the Hon. Pascale St-Onge, Minister of Sport confirmed that lacrosse, the National Summer Sport of Canada, would be added to the official Canada Games program, beginning with the 2025 Games hosted in Newfoundland and Labrador. 

We thank both Minister Lumsden and Minister St-Onge for their continued support of lacrosse in Ontario and throughout Canada. 


OLA letter to CSG