Category Archives: Blog Posts

Creating a Community that is Active for Life

This article was originally published in the resource Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life. This resource aims to help our children and youth across the country enjoy long, healthy, happy, and good lives. This work seeks to address the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, and serves as a tool for addressing fundamental rights of Indigenous Peoples—the right to…
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How to Create Quality Experiences in Sport and Activity: Keep Everyone Moving in Progressive and Challenging Ways

This article was originally published in the resource Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life. This resource aims to help our children and youth across the country enjoy long, healthy, happy, and good lives. This work seeks to address the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, and serves as a tool for addressing fundamental rights of Indigenous Peoples—the right to…
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Creating the stepping stones to sport participation: Keep it fun and purposeful

This content was originally published in the resource Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life. This resource aims to help aboriginal children and youth across the country enjoy long, healthy, happy, and good lives. This work seeks to address the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, and serves as a tool for addressing fundamental rights of Indigenous Peoples—the right…
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The South Surrey White Rock Community Receives a Green Light to Move Forward on an Innovative and Creative Partnership in Health Promotion

South Surrey White Rock B.C. – The residents of South Surrey White Rock will be the beneficiaries of a unique and innovative health promotion project. Thanks to a partnership with the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation (PAHF) and Sport for Life Society, the community will experience a groundbreaking investment into their health and wellbeing. “Our Foundation’s vision…
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Creating the stepping stones to sport participation

This content was originally published in the resource Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life. This resource aims to help aboriginal children and youth across the country enjoy long, healthy, happy, and good lives. This work seeks to address the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, and serves as a tool for addressing fundamental rights of Indigenous Peoples—the right…
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Aboriginal Communities: Active for Life resource Press Release

OTTAWA, ONTARIO – (June 21, 2017) – Aboriginal Sport Circle and its partner the Sport for Life Society are proudly unveiling a new resource for communities on National Aboriginal Day. The launch is to occur simultaneously online and at an event hosted today at the Cowichan Tribes Gymnasium in Duncan, B.C. Aboriginal Communities: Active for…
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Inclusive Physical Literacy and Défi sportif AlterGo

From April 24th to April 30th, the 24th edition of Défi sportif AlterGo's takes place in Montreal. This multisport event brings together 6700 athletes, with all types of disabilities together to participate in sport competitions at all different levels - school, development, or elite. It is unique in the world that athletes of all levels…
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Faculty Position in Physical Literacy – Ontario

The Department of Kinesiology at Brock University in Ontario, Canada, is seeking qualified applicants with expertise in physical literacy and education across the lifespan for a 3-year instructional limited term appointment (with the possibility of renewal) effective July 1, 2017. Candidates are expected to teach in the areas of physical literacy and movement education. Hiring…
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Launch of the Sport for Life Online Campus

Toronto, ON – The Sport for Life Society is excited to announce the launch of the Sport for Life Online Campus featuring self-paced courses that can be accessed any time, any place helping to reduce some of the time and money associated with travelling to participate in learning opportunities. Through our online campus learners will…
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First Contact stage changed to First Involvement

As Sport for Life worked with Aboriginal peoples over the past few years, it came to light that the term First Contact had negative connotations within their cultures. In the spirit of Kaizen (continuous improvement), Sport for Life engaged Aboriginal leaders and leaders in disability sport across Canada to get suggestions on what an appropriate…
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