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Expressions of interest for Canadian media due May 31, 2023

Ottawa, March 23, 2023 – With just over 500 days until the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, the Canadian Paralympic Committee is now accepting expressions of interest for media accreditation for the event.
The Paris 2024 Paralympic Games will take place August 28 to September 8, 2024, and include 22 sports and 549 medal events.
Canadian media interested in accreditation are asked to fill out the application form by May 31, 2023. At this time, news outlets are asked to provide an estimated number of credential requests, and final details will be required at a later date.


Please note this is the only process for Canadian journalists and photographers to apply for accreditation for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games. Submitting an application does not guarantee a credential. NEW: Each National Paralympic Committee has been allotted a limited number of media credentials for Paris 2024.

The following categories of accreditation will be managed by the Canadian Paralympic Committee for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games:

E: Journalist – Journalist, editor, photographic editor, employed or contracted by an international or national news agency, a general daily newspaper, a sports newspaper, magazine or Internet site, a digital journalist, or independent/freelance journalist under contract

Es: Sport Specific Journalist – Journalist specializing in one sport on the Paralympic Games program, meeting the same criteria as defined for the category “E”

EP: Photographer – Photographer meeting the same criteria as those defined for category “E”

EPs: Sport Specific Photographer – Photographer specializing in one sport on the Paralympic Games program, meeting the same criteria as defined for the category “E”

ET: Technician – Accreditations in this category are limited to technical support personnel of major news agencies, organizations and/or photo agencies only

All interested news organizations will be contacted by the Canadian Paralympic Committee following the application deadline.

Please note: The International Paralympic Committee leads the media accreditation application process for all non-rights holdingbroadcasters, classified under ENR credentials. The application process will begin at a later date via the IPC’s website.

About the Canadian Paralympic Committee:

For more information, please contact:

Nicole Watts
Manager, Public Relations
Canadian Paralympic Committee / 613-462-2700