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National Coaches Week
September 25, 2017
The government of British Columbia has proclaimed Sept. 23 – 30, 2017, as British Columbia Coaches... Full Story
Indigenous athlete track and field
September 13, 2017
K’we Coaches, Two major happenings have changed the Indigenous landscape within Canada: 1) the... Full Story
Crystal Thomas
September 22, 2017
As a coach, Crystal Thomas believes that her role is to connect with her athletes beyond sport.... Full Story
Coaching athletes with a disability
September 14, 2017
To ensure that all athletes experience a positive, safe, and inclusive sport experience, the... Full Story
Brandon Archer
September 22, 2017
Why Brandon Archer wanted to become a coach? Simply because he wanted to 'just get kids on bikes."... Full Story
Photo Credit: ISPARC
September 22, 2017
Dylan Armstrong has travelled to Europe over 100 times, but it's still the community of Kamloops... Full Story
Kate Kloos Coach Admin Days
September 21, 2017
Kate Kloos is currently the Manager of Coach Development at viaSport BC. She encourages all NCCP... Full Story

In the Spotlight

The 2017 Coach Developer Conference is a multi-sport event...
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September 23 – 30, 2017 will mark the third annual National...

Making Sport Inclusive

    

Meet Ash

viaSport’s chatbot, launched in partnership with Microsoft, to connect people to disability resources, making it easier to access information by sport and disability or impairment.

Commitment to Quality Sport

Investment in Sport

The B.C. Government has invested more than $1 billion in sport since 2001, and on annual basis the Province invests $50M to support sport infrastructure, training, participation, and event hosting. 

viaSport administers $16 million of this B.C. Government investment in amateur sport to ensure targeted access impacts the greatest number of British Columbians.