The Aboriginal Sport Circle is Canada’s national voice for Aboriginal sport, which brings together the interests of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples. Established in 1995, the Aboriginal Sport Circle was created through a national consensus-building process, in response to the need for more accessible and equitable sport and recreation opportunities for Aboriginal peoples.

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Aboriginal Coaching Manual Facilitator Training
Winnipeg Manitoba
October 22 - 26, 2008

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AASF Program Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines

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Aboriginal Sport Circle announces the Aboriginal Athlete Support Fund

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2008 National Aboriginal High Performance Hockey Camp

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2009 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships bid extension

April 22, 2008

AKWESASNE, Ontario - The Aboriginal Sport Circle announced that the bid deadline to host the 2009 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships has been extended.

Extended Media Release

2009 Bid Guidelines


2008 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

For more information and up to date results, please visit the event website at http://www.nahc2008.com


Building Brighter Futures Bursaries and Scholarships now available

This educational assistance program is now available through the National Aboriginal Achievement Fund. Click here for more information.

Click here for the Building Brighter Futures Brochure (NAAF.pdf file)


Motivate Canada has extended the deadline for the GEN7 program to April 11, 2008

The Aboriginal Sport Circle is proud to present in association with Motivate Canada the GEN7 Aboriginal Role Model Program. This program is for Aboriginal leaders who believe in the power of sport and physical activity. Click here for more information or visit the GEN7 website at www.motivatecanada.ca/gen7/messengers.html


Cowichan 2008 North American Indigenous Games: Education Symposium deadline dates now approaching

The Education Symposium being held at Malaspina University-College, will provide a forum for researchers and others to discuss Aboriginal Sport and Recreation. Click here for more information


Deadline approaching for the TRUE SPORT COMMUNITY SPORT FUNDING PROGRAM

If you want to increase opportunities for children and youth to play sports* in your community, the True Sport Community Fund can help. For more information, please refer to the Fund Guidelines at http://www.truesport.ca/tsfund or click here


The Canadian Amateur Sports Network announces its application to the CRTC

The CASN/RSAC mission is to broadcast amateur sports exclusively. Among other goals, the aim of the networks will be to generate substantial funds that will aid the amateur sport community and help deliver television coverage.

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Click here for CASN/RSAC Media release


PEI Trainning Session

Aboriginal Coaching Manual Facilitator Trainning Session PEI - March 13/14/15 - 2008

Aboriginal Sport Circle is hosting information sessions


National Aboriginal Hockey Championships

Bid process for 2009 NAHC now open

2008 NAHC – Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

The 2008 NAHC will be hosted by Garden River First Nation in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, from April 27 to May 3, 2008. The competition will span seven days with both the male and female championship games being held on Saturday, May 3.

  • Event Profile
  • Technical Package – Female
  • Technical Package – Male

  • Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) is pleased to announce the results of elections of the Board of Directors for 2007-2008

    The Coaching Association of Canada and the Aboriginal Sport Circle: Working Together to Build Coaching Partnerships

    Deadline Approaching For Community Sport Funding Program

    Nominations for 2007 Tom Longboat Award and National Aboriginal Coaching Award now open



    New Team Spirit Programs for Aboriginal Girls and Young Women Announced Team Spirit: Aboriginal Girls in Sport is a national project to increase community sport opportunities for Aboriginal girls and young women.
    Click here to download the media release>>


    The Aboriginal Sport Circle is pleased to announce the winners of the 2006 National Aboriginal Coaching Awards and the 2006 Tom Longboat Awards
    Congratulations to Leanne Wilkinson, Sam Seward, Doris Jones, and Sidney Smith for their outstanding achievements in sport. For more information go to the Awards section of the website or follow the link,
    2006 Tom Longboat Award
    2006 National Aboriginal Coaching Award


    2006 Regional Aboriginal Sports Awards Winners Announced
    To view photos and read bios of the 2006 Regional winners please select a link,
    2006 Tom Longboat Award
    2006 Aboriginal Coaching Award

     

     

     

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