The Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network has seven locations across Canada.

CSI Pacific CSI Alberta CSC Saskatchewan CSC Manitoba INS Quebec CSI Atlantic CSI Ontario

CSI Pacific

Canadian Sport Institute Pacific has more than 21,000 square feet of space across three facilities in British Columbia: in Victoria (at PISE), Vancouver (at UBC) and Whistler (at Whistler Sport Legacies). These diverse campuses allow CSI Pacific to work with a wide array of summer and winter sports, for able-bodied and para athletes from across the province. Sport partners being supported at these locations include Alpine Ski, Freestyle Ski, Luge, Ski Cross, Snowboard, Rowing, Athletics, Cycling (Mountain Bike & BMX) Diving, Soccer and Triathlon, amongst others.​

CSI Alberta

The Canadian Sport Institute Alberta is based out of Canada Olympic Park (Winsport), the University of Calgary, and the Canmore Nordic Centre. It is a primary home for long track speed skating, freestyle halfpipe, ski cross, luge, cross-country skiing, biathlon and para-nordic.

CSC Saskatchewan

A virtual training centre with training and sport medicine partners across the province, the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan can be utilized by high-performance athletes and coaches in our province for programs and services.

CSC Manitoba

The Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba is located at the University of Manitoba with a satellite office at Sport Manitoba.  With a heavy focus on both able-bodied and wheelchair curling, CSCM also works closely with Triathlon, Swimming, Diving and other individual athletes on the Olympic and Paralympic pathway.

INS Quebec

Serving athletes from more than 90 disciplines and headquarters for 10 resident sports (boccia, boxing, fencing, gymnastics, judo, synchronized swimming, swimming, short-track speed skating, diving and water polo), the INS Québec at the Olympic Park (Montréal) offers more than 150,000 sq. ft. of space, 92% of which is dedicated to the practice of sports or to direct services for high-performance athletes and coaches.​

CSI Atlantic

CSI Atlantic has 20,500 square feet of accessible space with an additional 60,000 square feet of recreational facilities across Atlantic Canada. CSI Atlantic facilities can be found in St. John's, Newfoundland, Fredericton, New Brunswick and the flagship location in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sport partners include over 1000 provincial athletes annually as well as national sport organizations such as Canoe Kayak Canada, Sail Canada, Gymnastics Canada, Rugby Canada, Badminton Canada, Rowing Canada, and Hockey Canada.

CSI Ontario

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario is based out of the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre, with regional training centres at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre (Milton, ON), and the David S. Howes Sport Performance Centre at Canada Games Park (Niagara, ON). CSIO is the primary training facility home for swimming, track cycling, wheelchair basketball, and wheelchair rugby, and has staff embedded at beach volleyball and athletics training centres.