Dean Nelson is currently the CEO of Whistler Pride, and is best known for founding Pride House, the first-ever LGBTQI2S-friendly space at the Olympics in 2010. Having never considered himself an athlete, Dean‘s work to promote inclusion for LGBTQI2S athletes... Read More...While participation in sports has been declining among high school students in British Columbia overall, even fewer gay, lesbian and bisexual (LGB) teens are involved in sports than 15 years ago, says a new University of British Columbia study. The study is... Read More...Whatever Pool Party creates a safe space for LGBTQI2S youth in North Vancouver The invigorating smell of chlorine, high chairs looming over a tiled deck and echoes of boisterous laughter can describe most drop-in sessions at the Aquatic Centre at the West... Read More...This past Sunday (August 6) was the 39th Annual Vancouver Pride Parade where viaSport marched alongside You Can Play, the Canadian Olympic Committee, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, B.C. Lions, and provincial sport organizations Curl BC and Judo BC. Under the rainbow... Read More...The Aboriginal Apprentice Coach Program and Women in Coaching Canada Games Apprentice Program are both accepting applications for mentorship opportunitites at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta. Both programs are national initatives, but... Read More...Innovative technology provides access to disability and sport resources for athletes, coaches and administrators Vancouver, B.C. – viaSport British Columbia and Microsoft Canada announce their commitment to creating a more inclusive British Columbia through... Read More...Sign up for our monthly newsletter to get amateur sport news right to your inbox!