Club Programs

Western Canada: Open ID Session And Assessment Camp


Canada Basketball's Men's High Performance Program will conduct a Western Canada Open ID Sessions and Assessment Camp  for athletes born in 2000, 2001, and 2002 on the weekend of November 10-12, 2017. This Camp will take place in preparation for next summer's U18 FIBA America's Championship and U17 FIBA World Cup.

Open ID Sessions

The Open ID Sessions will take place at Ross Sheppard High School in Edmonton, AB on the evening of Friday, November 10 and the morning of Saturday, November 11. The Open ID sessions are open to Canadian male athletes born in the above listed years with a valid Canadian passport. Athletes attending the Open ID sessions will be assessed by national team coaches for potential inclusion in the Western Canada Assessment Camp, for the U17 and U18 National Teams, which will immediately follow the Open ID Sessions, on Saturday and Sunday, November 11th and 12th.

Western Canada Assessment Camp

On the weekend of November 11-12, there will be a Western Canada Assessment Camp at Ross Sheppard High School in Edmonton, AB. Canada Basketball's Men's High Performance Program will send invitations to selected athletes to attend. Athletes selected from the Western Canada Assessment Camp will be invited to the Canada Basketball National Team Invitational Tryouts on Easter Weekend, in 2018 (March 30 - April 2).

NOVEMBER 10 - 12, 2017

Ross Sheppard High School - 13546 111 Ave, Edmonton, AB T5M 2P2

OPEN ID SESSIONS - REGISTRATION FEE: $20 (MUST be paid in full by all athletes that attend the Open ID Sessions when you arrive on Friday evening).

All athletes are responsible for their own gear, taping, and expenses to attend. There will be an athletic therapist onsite.

Athletes selected for the Western Canada Assessment Camp will receive a Canada Basketball shirt upon registration.

Registration Form

(to be completed online - do not bring a hard copy).

Insurance Form

(Please print and sign the insurance form - to be handed in at registration).

NOTE: Parent/guardian signatures are required for athletes born in January 2001 or later.

*Athletes attending the Open ID Sessions will be notified on site if they have been invited to attend the U17 & U18 Assessment Camp. 

For More Information, please contact:

Technical Questions/Concerns: Greg Francis - Manager of Men's High Performance |

Logistical Questions/Concerns: Jef Bailey - Programs and Events Director, Alberta Basketball |