By Brian Lowe, Date:21/8/13
The USA Tomahawks have named an 18-man squad for the second Colonial Cup match against Canada.
The US will host the Wolverines in Conshohocken, PA, on Saturday, August 24, 2013. The game will be played at AA Garthwaite Stadium and will follow the USARL championship final.
By Richard Cowley, Date: 8/7/13
The first game in the 2013 Rugby League Colonial Cup series kicked off on Saturday at Lamport Stadium, Toronto, Canada. With reports of around 7,168 fans packing Lamport stadium and the Wolverine's didn't disappoint.
By Richard Cowley, Date: 27/3/13
While not participating in this yearâ€™s rugby league world cup, the Canadian's have been hard at work planning their upcoming domestic and international season.
This week Canada Rugby League announced that the iconic Australian beer Foster's will be jumping on board as the official beer of the Canada Wolverines.
By Ally Mac, Date: 17/1/2013
The biggest domestic competition in Canada was launched in British Columbia in 2012. The BCRL Championship was launched with 5 teams Bayside Sharks, Burnaby Lake, Kelowna Crows, Sea To Sky Eagles, Surrey Beavers. Surrey were the inaugural Championship winners.
By Phil Caplan, Date: 7/9/12
The first game in this yearâ€™s Colonial Cup takes place on Saturday when Canada â€“ fresh from home victories over Jamaica and Lebanon â€“ host the USA at Lamport Stadium, Toronto (kick off 8pm local time)
By: Richard Cowley, Date: 27/8/12
As the Rugby League Development Fund prepares for it's 3rd year of assisting developing rugby league nations it's good to see that this years winners are delighted with the assistance the RLDF has provided.
By Richard Cowley, Date: 13/8/12
After much deliberation, ironically it came down to Canada and Lebanon when members had to vote for the winner of the 2012 Rugby League Planet - Rugby League Development Fund Grant.
Both Lebanon and Canada have been shining lights in the development of rugby league in their respective nations.
CANADA RUGBY LEAGUE NATION OVERVIEW
Information on this page was updated - 11/3/2014
Foundation Year - 1987
International Team - Canadian Rugby League
Highest finish in World Cup - One win Emerging Nations World Cup (2000)
Top level domestic competition - There is currently four teams (Toronto City Saints, Niagara Bobcats, Scarborough Centurions, York Region Reds).