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Welcome to Cheer Manitoba

Cheer Manitoba is the governing body for the sport of cheerleading in Manitoba. Cheer Manitoba is an incorporated not-for-profit organization, governed by an elected Executive Committee, dedicated to regulating, developing and promoting cheerleading in the province of Manitoba.


Interest in the sport of cheerleading has never been stronger. Hundreds of athletes in Manitoba enjoy the sport at the scholastic, all star or collegiate level. Our mission is to provide long term athlete and coach development programs, effective competition structure, judge and coach education programs, cost effective services and ongoing cheerleading support.


Cheer Manitoba continues to move cheerleading further ahead in Manitoba and act as a service organization for the entire Manitoba cheerleading community. Cheerleading continues to grow as a world wide sport. The world championship team, Team Canada, has inspired many Canadians to work together for the evolution of cheerleading. Cheer Manitoba will be a part of that evolution and will be the leader in cheerleading development in the province of Manitoba.

What We Offer

  • Annual Judges & Coaches Conferences

  • Coaches Credentialing

  • Judges Training

  • Annual Membership

  • Comprehensive Insurance

  • Competition Sanctioning

  • Use of Cheer Canada Rules, Regulations and Resources

  • Annual Elections and Nominations

  • Provide Cheer Manitoba AGM Meeting Minutes

  • Full Financial Disclosure

  • Networking and Peer Support

  • Member Team Recognition on the Cheer Manitoba Website

  • Host Annual Provincial Competition

  • Notification of Meeting Dates


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Cheer Manitoba acknowledges that the lands on which we gather are the ancestral and current territory of the Anishinaabeg, Ininewak, Dakota and National Homeland of the Red River Métis, and the visiting and trading lands of many other nations such as the Anishininewak, Denesuline and Inuit. We also recognize that Winnipeg is situated on Treaty 1 territory. We recognize that most of our electricity is generated in Treaty 5 territory and that Winnipeg’s water source comes from Shoal Lake 40 First Nation, in Treaty 3 territory.


In keeping with the treaties, agreements and understandings that have been reached on this land, and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s calls to action especially the calls to action as it pertains to sport (87 thru 91) , Cheer Manitoba recognizes the wrongs and errors of the past and present, as well as current systemic barriers that continue to disproportionately disadvantage Indigenous peoples (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) and we dedicate ourselves to move forward in partnerships with Indigenous communities in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.
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