Welcome to the Manitoba Pole Archery Association

Owing to the current situation of COVID-19, the decision was made to
not hold our annual Pole Archery Tournament in September 2020.
See you in September 2021!

The Manitoba Pole Archery Association (MPAA) has a long history in the Province of Manitoba. Beginning on March 7th, 1928, the MPAA has guided many pole archers and their respective clubs across Manitoba and into Ontario.

At the beginning, St Sebastian Archery Club of Winnipeg, MB was the only member club. Robin Hood Archery Club of Winnipeg, MB was formed in 1929. St Sebastianette Archery Club of Winnipeg, MB was established in 1975 as a Pole Archery club, after the ladies had initially been shooting as a target club. The club in Ste Rose du Lac, MB had folded, but was re-established in 2017. They have since taken on a new name - The Witty Belgian Archers. There was also a club in Dryden, ON, but it is no longer in existence. A club in Richer, MB is no longer part of the MPAA.

With such a long history, we must be doing something right!

What are you waiting for? Join us today!

Land Acknowledgements

Winnipeg is located within Treaty No. 1 Territory, the traditional lands of the Anishinabe (Ojibway), Ininew (Cree), Oji-Cree, Dene and Dakota, and is the Birthplace of the Metis Nation.

Ste Rose du Lac is located within Treaty No. 2 Territory.

You say you haven't tried
Pole Archery before?

Well, it is time you found
out just what fun
you've been missing!

Let one of our clubs know you are interested in
trying it out for yourself.

Send an email to manitoba@polearchery.ca
and we will connect you.