webcast passes for 2016-17 now on sale the 2016-17 Canada West regular season set to open later this week, Canada West is proud to launch passes for – the official streaming home of the conference.

This season will feature several pricing changes from last year, as the conference is proud to offer all passes in Canadian dollars, along with early bird pricing to users who register for passes prior to September 9, 2016.

Entering its second season as a full pay-per-view service, will provide three options for viewers looking to watch their favourite Canada West teams and student-athletes.

CW multi-sport pass

$36 CAD (early bird price)

$45 CAD (regular price)

Access to every regular season and playoff game/event, including the conference’s football championship the Hardy Cup.

CW single sport pass

$24 CAD (early bird price)

$30 CAD (regular price)

Coverage of every game – both men’s and women’s – in one sport.

CW single day pass

$5 CAD (regular price)

Access to every webcast on a given day. This viewing option allows fans the ability to enjoy a specific game, or event at an affordable price.

Nearly 1,200 Canada West events were available live and on demand last season through, with that number set to grow in the coming years, as the conference continues to reinvest pay-per-view revenues in improving the quality and quantity of streamed events.

Once again this season every men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball and hockey game will be available to viewers. Additionally, every football game, along with more than 100 men’s and women’s soccer games, and every championship event (rugby, swimming, track & field, and wrestling) are set to be webcast in 2016-17.

To purchase your 2016-17 pass, click here.

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