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ViaSport is pleased to present our 2014 – 2017 Strategic Plan: a three-year roadmap in building the foundation for growth in amateur sport across British Columbia. 

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GET INOVLVED! Join us in celebrating BC Coaches Week 2014: September 20 - 27, 2014. Free coaching courses, contests and more! 

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FEATURE: ViaSport is thrilled to partner with Right to Play and promote the #GoShoeless compaign, a global intitaitve to help raise fund and train more coaches around the world. You can help too! Find out more about how you can #GoShoeless, ways to donate, and win prizes like an iPad mini!

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Social Media Toolkit Module 22: All the ins and outs about what your sports organization needs to start your own blog. Is this the path for you? Find out here!

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NEWSLETTER: Features include live-stream event info, RBC Sports Day in Canada grant info, discount offer from ePACT Network to newsletter subscribers and much more. (Photo Credit: Special Olympics BC)

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ViaSport 2014-2017 Strategic Plan
Coaches Week 2014
Go Shoeless Right to Play Campaign
Social Media Toolkit Module 22
Newsletter September 5


ViaSport British Columbia is a not-for-profit organization established in 2011, responsible for providing strategic leadership to sport in B.C. and increasing levels of physical activity in every community. A legacy organization of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, ViaSport is leading a more unified approach to deliver sport across the province encouraging a strong and sustainable sport system, increased engagement with British Columbians, new and existing partnerships, and sport for life at every age and skill level.

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We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia 
through the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development.