Please note this exciting upcoming webinar taking place on April 13, 2021, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The panelists include Amanda Woodcroft from Field Hockey Canada; Crystal Shadd from Conestoga College; Tamara Grahovac from the University of Pennsylvania, and Marty Deacon from the Senate of Canada.
Registration is free, donations are welcome.
For more information and to register visit KidSport.
The KW Sports Council Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, Jan. 28th at 3:30 P.M. via ZOOM.
All members of the KW Sports Council (which includes the volunteers of KidSport KW Chapter, Women in Sport Committee, and Accessible Sport Committee) are eligible to attend, and to vote, and to be nominated to the Board of Directors.
The meeting is also open to all residents of Kitchener and Waterloo interested in sport and the Sports Council mandate.
There is one position open on the Board of Directors.
Those individuals interested in attending and/or volunteering, RSVP your presence and/or volunteer interest to firstname.lastname@example.org This will allow the meeting co-ordinator to send an invitation to join the meeting via ZOOM. It will also allow the President to contact you about volunteering.
Did you know that Canadians rank sport as the second most positive influence for youth? Learn more about how to keep sport safe, inclusive, and fun by checking this new virtual hub.
The Kitchener Waterloo Sports Council is pleased to announce that in late October our two nominees were elected to the Community Sport Council of Ontario Board of Directors for 2020-2022.
Congratulations to Mark McGinley and Donna Harrington! Please refer to the CSCO website for further information http://communitysportcouncils.com
An inspiring interview with an Olympian hurdler, Perdita Felicien about her sports experiences and relationships.
Strategies incorporating the importance of choice, feedback, and practice structure in long-term athlete development that athletes, coaches, and guardians may find helpful. To read about them please visit SIRC blog.
Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) offers Safe Sport Training to help those involved with sport create an inclusive sport culture in accordance with the “Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport”. The training focuses on areas of acknowledgment, awareness, and action. To learn more and take the training visit Safe Sport Training.
How do sports clubs help communities? To learn more visit Sircuit ‘s blog post.
New programs (workshops, educational sessions) are becoming available to community sport clubs and associations. To learn more about these opportunities and how to get involved visit the Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) Blog.
Did you know that about 50% of concussions go unreported? A national awareness campaign has been created to help in recognizing the potential concussions. To learn more please visit the Parachute Canada webpage.