Monthly Archives: June 2018

Minister Kirsty Duncan’s Announcement Advances Quality Sport

“We want all athletes of all abilities and backgrounds to have access to quality sport experiences in which they feel included, welcome, and safe,” says Richard Way, Sport for Life CEO. “We commend Minister Duncan’s decisive action around the issue of harassment, abuse, and discrimination in sport, and look forward to the positive changes this…
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Present at the 2019 Sport for Life Canadian Summit!

Victoria, B.C. – The Sport for Life Society is calling on leaders from across the sport, recreation, education and health sectors to share their leading-edge work, inventive programming, best practices, research and/or findings at the 2019 Sport for Life Canadian Summit. The Summit takes place in Gatineau, Quebec from January 22 through 24. The 2019…
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Webinar : A Framework for Officiating Development Programs

A Framework for Officiating Development Programs Drop out from the amateur officiating ranks is a persistent, pervasive, and global problem. Annual attrition rates of up to 20-30% in most sports require an ongoing investment of time, effort, and money in recruiting and training new officials. Understanding what motivates individuals to enter into officiating roles, as…
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Webinar: Quality community sport programs that build performance

On the ground: Quality community sport programs that build performance Quality sport means good programs (based on Long-Term Athlete Development), delivered by good people (knowledgeable and caring) in good places (welcoming, inclusive, and safe). It is a simple formula, however optimizing all the factors can be challenging. Every organization has to discover what works in…
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