The Commonwealth Games (originally called British Empire Games) were held here in Canada in 1930 in the City of Hamilton, Ontario. The games were for competitors from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Jamaica, all of which were member nations of the British Commonwealth at the time.
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- Canada at the Commonwealth Games – Wikipedia
Canada has participated in every Commonwealth Games since the first ever British Empire Games held in Hamilton, Ontario in 1930, one of only six countries to have done so.
- Commonwealth Games Canada
Official website of Commonwealth Games Canada
- Commonwealth Games Canada – Wikipedia
Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) (French: Jeux du Commonwealth Canada) (JCU) is the Commonwealth Games Association of Canada responsible for Commonwealth Games and Commonwealth movement in Canada.
Commonwealth Games / British Empire Games
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada