The Canadian Wheelchair Championship is among six further events cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Winter Paralympic Sports
Ostrava to host 2021 World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool with Beijing 2022 places up for grabs
The World Para Ice Hockey Championships A-Pool will return to Ostrava, Czech Republic next year with eight teams battling it out to qualify for the 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
Dual Para-athlete and two-time Winter Paralympian Tori Pendergast has announced her retirement from Alpine skiing at the age of 29.
American Para-snowboarder Mike Shea has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 37.
Latvia's Para ice hockey team plan to return to training next month following an enforced break caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) and World Para Snow Sports have announced plans to extend their relationship to help encourage children to participate in snow sports.
World Para Ice Hockey has said competitions, development of the sport and strengthening its operations are the organisation's three strategic priorities under a new two-year plan for the sport.
Carina Edlinger, a bronze medallist at the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics, has found a new guide, Daniel Bauer.
The Winter Classic in the Czech Republic is set to include Para-ice hockey for the first time later this year, with the Czech and Slovakian national teams due to play on the final day of the event.
Seven American Para-Nordic skiers have been named to the national and development teams for the 2020-2021 season.
Canada's Paralympic snowboarder Curt Minard has announced his retirement from the sport.
Mick Lizmore has been appointed as the new head coach of the Canadian wheelchair curling team.
The World Para Snow Sports online Nations Meetings concluded after four days of presentations with 360 participants hailing from 45 countries.
British Curling has announced its wheelchair curling squad for the 2020-2021 season, with Paralympic bronze medallist Gregor Ewan returning to the fold.
Canadian Para-snowboarder Matt Hamilton has quit the sport after he was given a four-year doping ban following a positive test for a prohibited substance.