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Accessibility Sport Hub
August 10, 2017
Innovative technology provides access to disability and sport resources for athletes, coaches and... Full Story
Dean Nelson
August 15, 2017
Dean Nelson is currently the CEO of Whistler Pride, and is best known for founding Pride House, the... Full Story
Girls involved in coached sports
August 10, 2017
While participation in sports has been declining among high school students in British Columbia... Full Story
Canada Games
August 9, 2017
  The Aboriginal Apprentice Coach Program and Women in Coaching Canada Games Apprentice Program... Full Story
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August 11, 2017
Whatever Pool Party creates a safe space for LGBTQI2S youth in North Vancouver The invigorating... Full Story
Pride Parade 2017
August 9, 2017
This past Sunday (August 6) was the 39th Annual Vancouver Pride Parade where viaSport marched... Full Story

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The 2017 Coach Developer Conference is a multi-sport event...
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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.