Bruce Outridge, longtime Brant Truck Convoy supporter, got a very cool gift from Special Olymics athlete, Bryan, after interviewing him for his podcast, The Lead Pedal.  Check out the video below!
The incredibly successful Peterborough Mall Toll last month made the news!  The Easter weekend event raised over $37,000, all going to support the upcoming School Championships in Peterborough, May 29-31. Watch the video here. Click here for more information on the School Championships.
Strikes, spares, and smiles!  On Thursday, March 22, 2018 the Windsor Police Service and Special Olympics united to take over a local bowling alley in the first ever Unified Sporting Event to be hosted by the Service.  In speaking about the event, WPS LETR liaison Adam Young said, “Over the years we have played lots of games AGAINST the athlete
THUNDER BAY, Ont. – Local Special Olympics student athletes now have more opportunities to hone their bocce ball skills. Members with Law Enforcement Torch Run Ontario (LETR) delivered bocce ball sets to various local elementary and high schools that participate in Special Olympics programs. The bocce ball purchases were the result of a
The Illinois LETR would like to invite you to join us the morning of July 20, 2018 for the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Torch Run Commemorative Run taking place in Chicago, IL. This 4 mile run will take place on Chicago Park District’s bike path that runs along Lake Michigan in downtown Chicago passes landmarks such as the Chicago Police Mem
Niagara Regional Police Service hosted our annual Provincial Workshop in January, and it was a day to remember!  With inspiring athlete speeches, provincial awards and sharing plans for the coming year, we started 2018 strong.                               Highlights Torch Run Ontario raised $1.7 Million in 2017! We were o
On Thursday, February 22, 2018 Peel Police attended the annual Hamilton indoor Police Games to compete in the Men’s and Co-Ed sprint relay teams.  The day was very successful with the Peel Co-Ed Team placing first in their event.  A $250 prize was awarded to the winners to be donated to the charity of their choice – Ontario Special Olympics.