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Karate Canada – Montreal, July 11th, 2017 – Karate Canada is proud to announce its 2018 National Championships will be held in Halifax, NS from March 9th to 11th. Canada’s best karatekas will compete at the Canada Games Centre for a chance to be invited to join the National Team and potentially represent Canada at international competitions. Last year’s edition was held in Quebec City, and welcomed close to 450 athletes, with representatives from all 10 provinces and, for a second consecutive year, a Para-karate division. In addition to the competition, Karate Canada will continue to offer coach training opportunities as well as Dan examinations, and will conclude the event with a celebration Annual Awards Banquet. Karate Canada, Karate Nova Scotia and the entire Organizing Committee are inviting you to the 2018 edition, which promises to once again be great success. Check out this recap video of the 2017 Nationals, to give you a glimpse of what to expect!

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About Karate Canada:

Karate Canada is a not-for-profit corporation constituted under Part II of the Canada Corporations Act, with the objective of describing and incorporating all activities related to the promotion, organization, regulation and popularization of the sport of karate all over Canada, of protecting the physical and emotional health of athletes, and of promoting the interests of karate throughout Canada. Karate Canada benefits from the support of and is funded by the government of Canada. Karate Canada and its 11 member Provincial and Territorial Associations assemble roughly 16,000 participants nationwide. Furthermore, Karate Canada is a proud member of the Canadian Olympic Committee, the World Karate Federation and the Pan American Karate Federation. See more at

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