Canada is proud to be a nation where people’s differences celebrated. Being Canadian means recognizing and celebrating people’s uniqueness. Together, we are stronger. And that’s exactly what the Ottawa Wolves aim to do in Ottawa in 2020. Allow you as an individual, your clubs and rugby families as well as the whole IGR movement to continue to grow and become stronger so that we be able to overcome present and future challenges. The people of Ottawa are warm, humble, and sometimes, as cliché as it sounds, polite to a fault. We also are very passionate about our sports, inclusivity and respect. Our City is officially bilingual. For this, and many other reasons which you can find in our bid videos and bid book linked here below, we look forward to having the privilege of hosting you, in Ottawa, in 2020.
Ottawa Wolves Bingham Cup 2020 Bid
Ottawa – A Welcoming Destination
Learn more about our bid for the Bingham Cup 2020, many more videos to follow over the coming weeks so stay tuned!
Ottawa Wolves – Emilie Letourneau
Now here is Emilie to tell you about Ottawa and what Rugby means to her!
Ottawa Wolves – Player Karim Pringle
It is time to meet some of the players of the Ottawa Wolves and to learn what the Bingham Cup 2020 means to them!
Ottawa Wolves, Bingham Cup Bid – Getting to Ottawa, Accomodations and Food
Ottawa Wolves – Nadine
For those who don’t know the current President of the Ottawa Wolves, meet Nadine, who has a few words about our bid and wonderful city!
Pre Tournament Activities & Rugby Canada Players
Incredible: Players on both the Women’s and Men’s Canadian National Rugby Teams support the Ottawa Wolves’ bid for the Bingham Cup 2020 to be in Ottawa.
Ottawa Wolves Bingham Cup 2020 Bid – Tournament Venue
Here’s a video about the proposed Tournament Facilities including the Players’ Village!
Ottawa Bid Video Capsule – Rose Labreche and Legacy
We are very excited about our proposed legacy initiatives!
Bingham Cup Bid – Ottawa 2020 Legacy, Closing Ceremonies
Proud to announce our biggest Legacy Initiative: the Mark Bingham Field!