Pascal Dion represented Canada for the first time at the 2015 Universiade, where he finished 4th in the 1500m. This first international result came after four months of absence, while in 2014, Pascal suffered two major back cuts. After a long rehabilitation, he participated in his first national senior selection, only a few months after his return. Since pascal has climbed the ladder to enter the world cup circuit in 2017. Pascal quickly showed that his debut in the big leagues was not the result of chance by winning his first medals, both at individual level than relay. He soon became part of the core of the Canadian high performance, taking part in his first Olympic Games where he won bronze in the relay and a 10th place in the 1500m. He also concluded this Olympic season by participating in his first individual world championships, where the top 3 skaters of each country compete for top honors. Pascal, accompanied by his team-mates, was crowned Vice World Champion in the relay at this event which was held in Montreal.
Pascal Dion is a kinesiology student at UQAM and likes to stay active by practicing all sorts of sports and outdoor activities. Overflowing with energy, Pascal often practices cross-country skiing, climbing, water skiing, snowboarding, volleyball to name a few sports. He enjoys giving back to the community by getting involved, among other things, regularly with the youth club Pointe-Aux-Tremble, where he gave his first shots.