The only training activities controlled and administered by the Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest (CMKC) organization are the ones advertised through our website, our Facebook page, or our mailing list. As of this moment, these training activities include online and on-campus training, as well as online enrichment classes.

Although we encourage educators from public or private schools or tutoring centres to use our publicly available materials in their learning activities, there are NO institutions in Canada (except for the ones hosting the contest) that are authorized by us to provide training on our behalf. The CMKC has no control over the quality and the rigour of these activities.

Online Math Kangaroo Contest Training classes (Winter 2019)

This winter (2019) CMKC will offer the following online training classes:

Grades 1-8 (in English) classes cover topics on:

A. Arithmetic / algebra; B. Geometry and logic; C. Numbers.

Each class for grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 and 7-8 is offered in two versions:
(1) two-session (2 x 45 min) class on a weekday, and
(2) single session (75 min) class on a weekend.

Topics and math problems covered in the two-session classes are the same as those in the single-session classes.

Grades 9-10 (in English): two classes covering different content.

Grades 1-6 (in French): one class per level (1-2, 3-4, 5-6) in one session, on March 3rd. Students who specified French as their language of participation and completed their contest registration until February 25th will be invited.

For details on classes, please check the Calendar page.

Instructors for Online Classes

The Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest is seeking online instructors for their eLearning program. These positions require people with skills in mathematics training to students in grade 1 to grade 9. The ideal candidates possess skills in organizing and presenting relevant training materials. Previous experience with mathematics competitions is an asset.

Candidates must also have strong skills in computers and online technologies; previous experience with online courses is also an asset but is not required as training will be provided. All applicants will be interviewed.

Only applications from candidates who are legally entitled to work in Canada will be considered.

Interested applicants should apply by submitting their resume and cover letter to Only selected candidates will be contacted.

We thank you for your interest!

Request for Proposals (Web Development)

The Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest is soliciting proposals for consultancy and implementation of projects associated with the functionality of the contest's registration and user management system.

If you are interested in taking advantage of these exciting opportunities, please email (including your resume and a brief statement of interest) us at

Only applications from candidates who are legally entitled to work in Canada will be considered.

New Math Kangaroo Centres

The Canadian Math Kangaroo competition will be available in the following new locations in 2019:
- Sarnia ON (Professional Engineers Ontario - Lambton Chapter);
- Brantfort ON (Canestoga College);
- Mississauga ON (Sheridan College);
- Sarnia ON (Lambton College);
- Castlegar BC (Selkirk College);
- Surray BC (Cloverdale Recreation Centre);
- Moncton NB (Universite de Moncton).