One of the first Canadian sport was invented by the Native Canadians. It was called Lacrosse. Hockey is also a Canadian sport that I believe was invented after lacrosse. It's the most popular sport in Canada.
Canada's National Sport was declared as Lacrosse. However, now the national sport of Canada is shared by lacrosse and Ice Hockey as of 1994.
Canada'snational summer sport is lacrosse and its winter sport is hockey.if you mean themost played sport in Canada it is soccer, its awesome its fun and its energenic, hockey too, especially ice- hockey
In 1994 Hockey was declared as Canada's National winter sport and Lacrosse as Canada's national summer sport
Lacrosse is the Canadian national pastime and ice hockey is the national sport
Either Ice Hockey or Lacrosse, but I think it's Lacrosse.
Hockey Quebec doesn't have a national sport, mainly because its not a country. P.S it is a province in Canada which has a national sport of Lacrosse not hockey.
Canada - Correction - LACROSSE is Canada's national sport, NOT hockey. (Much like in Brasil their national sport is CAPOEIRA not soccer). Addendum: I have since learned that I need to modify this answer a bit - Lacrosse is Canada's national FAIR WEATHER sport, and Hockey is Canada's national WINTER sport! Please pardon my original mistake!
Lacrosse is Canada's official national summer sport. Ice hockey is the official national winter sport (and also its most popular with spectators, and the one with which Canada has the most international success). Association football boasts the largest player base in the country, although very little professional and spectator attention. Both the Canadian and American football codes have strong popularity as spectator sports. Baseball has a long history in the country.
Yes, but it's one of two. Canada has two national sports. The official summer sport is lacrosse, while their official winter sport is ice hockey.
Yes, but the national sport is lacrosse; however, most people believe ice hockey is.