Manitoba Water Polo Association
The Manitoba Water Polo Association Inc. is the non-profit governing body for the sport of water polo within the Province of Manitoba. The Manitoba Water Polo Association Inc. was incorporated in 1977 with the goals of increasing membership and promoting interest in the sport of water polo throughout the Province of Manitoba.
Mission & Vision
Developing leaders and striving for excellence, in and out of the pool.
The Manitoba Water Polo Association will, with our partners, build a safe, positive, and progressive sport environment for the growth, development, advancement and visibility of water polo in the province of Manitoba.
community, accountability, transparency, respect, innovative and inclusive
Water Polo Canada
Water Polo Canada controls all water polo in the country and is responsible for hosting national championships and fielding national teams.
Sport Manitoba is the leading planning, programming, and funding agency for the development of amateur sport in Manitoba.
The primary focus of Sport Manitoba is on the development of athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers. We believe that sport is a healthy and positive tool to build strong and vibrant citizens and communities.
Safe Sport Line
KidSport™ believes no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.
Call our confidential help line at 1-833-656-SAFE (7233) if you're experiencing or witnessing any misconduct in sport, including bullying, harassment, hazing, or abuse. Sport participants have the right to experience a safe and welcoming sport environment.
Board of Directors
We have the know-how you need.
Director - Technical
Director - School League
Director - Grass Roots Development
Director - Fundraising and Sponsorship
Director - Athlete Development
Director - Special Events, Volunteers and Promotions
Executive Director - Bruce Rose