Stepping up for Team Canada Invictus Games, The Hague 2020

With COVID-19 having twice postponed the Invictus Games The Hague 2020, Team Canada, will finally have their opportunity to compete with their Invictus allies from around the world.

On 16-22 April 2022, Team Canada will join more than 500 competitors from 16 other nations competing in nine adaptive sports throughout the course of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020. Our 28 competitors representing Team Canada include both serving Canadian Armed Forces members and Veterans who acquired an illness or a physical or mental health injury while serving Canada.

We’re proud to continue to fund Team Canada though our support of Soldier On, as they lead and manage Team Canada at the Invictus Games. You can support Team Canada by making a donation today


Thank you to all the event sponsors, ATCO, BMO Bank of Montreal, Ultra Communications and Tim Horton’s and Air Canada and Under Armour who will be transporting and outfitting our competitors at this year’s Games.




“ATCO is delighted to be the Presenting Partner for Team Canada in the Invictus Games 2022.

ATCO has proudly supported our brave men and women in uniform for decades. From providing military camps, defense support services, military logistics and operational support, to developing innovative housing projects for veterans struggling with reintegrating into civilian life, ATCO has an enduring commitment to celebrate and honour the heroes that serve our country. It is a tremendous privilege to continue to support our military forces today through this partnership with the Invictus Games 2022 and the incredible athletes of Team Canada.”

Jim Landon, President ATCO Frontec



“As Official Bank of the Canadian Defence Community, BMO Bank of Montreal is humbled and honoured to celebrate and support the athletes and families of the Canadian Armed Forces Soldier On Program at the 2022 Invictus Games. Driven by our Purpose to Boldly Grow the Good in Business and Life, not only does BMO stand ready to help military families make real financial progress, we’re also committed to working together with our customers, colleagues and communities to accelerate positive change.”

Gayle Ramsay, Everyday Banking, Segments & Customer Growth, BMO Bank of Montreal



It is a tremendous honour for Ultra to support Team Canada at the 2022 Invictus Games. Canada’s ill and injured active-duty members and veterans have made great sacrifices for our country and deserve our greatest encouragement. Their courage, drive, determination, and leadership are an inspiration to us all.

Alain Cohen, President, Ultra Communications