Ontario Special Olympics is a community-based program. Its primary instrument of program
delivery is the local sport clubs, which gives athletes the opportunity to train twelve months of the year.
Invitational and Regional meets occur frequently, and athletes advance through a regular cycle of Provincial Games to compete
in both National and World Games and Championships.
Provincial Spring, Summer and Winter competitions are conducted every two years.
National Summer and Winter Competitions are conducted every four years as are world Winter and Summer competitions, ensuring
that every year Canadian athletes can compete in either an provincial, national or international event.