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Loyal. Witty. Melodramatic. Meet Katie aka KJ, our friendly Sport Development Coordinator at... Full Story
“Celebrate the Value of Volunteering – building confidence, competence, connections and community... Full Story
#LevelTheField IWD 2018
Do barriers currently prevent women from successfully pursuing positions of leadership within sport... Full Story
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viaSport is supporting the advancement of women in sport through a new grant that will provide... Full Story

The driving force behind sport: volunteers


Currently in her eighth year of coaching, Jenn McKellar shares her passion for volunteering and why she continues to support the next generation of athletes through her involvements for National Volunteer Week.

viaStaff Feature: Q&A with Katie


Loyal. Witty. Melodramatic. Meet Katie aka KJ, our friendly Sport Development Coordinator at viaSport.

Build your best day!

News is a fun, interactive and educational tool to help children and youth aged 5-17 and their parents learn about the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines.

New LeadForward Grant tackles much-needed gender representation in sport

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The new LeadForward Grant will fund up to $2,000 to local, multi or provincial sport organizations to support training, education or policy development activities to advance female leadership opportunities in sport.  

Sport BC announces award winners at the 52nd Award Gala


Sport BC is very proud to announce the athletes, coaches and officials who were the successful recipients of the 2018 Athlete of the Year Awards. 

BC Breakers roster announced for 2018 Women's National Championship


The 2018 Canadian Women's Wheelchair Basketball National Championships featuring the BC Breakers are happening April 6-8 at the Richmond Oval. 

B.C. Paralympians and Team Canada celebrating PyeongChang 2018

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B.C-connected athletes earned 57% of the Canadian Paralympic Team’s total medal count, including four gold, three silver and nine bronze medals!

3 ways to cultivate gender diverse leadership in sport


As leaders, everyone has the ability to foster impactful change. In light of this, the question posed to attendees at our #LevelTheField: Elevate Sport Through Gender Inclusion event was: How are you ensuring that your behaviours are helping to build a stronger sport system that seeks to make sport an inclusive and positive experience for all?

Greatness? It deserves to be seen.


Although a lack of awareness continues to exist for para-athletes, even at the highest level of competition at the Paralympics, countless organizations across the province continue to advocate for the importance of accessibility and inclusive sport.

B.C. Secures Federal Funding to Advance Disability Inclusion in Sport

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To increase the quality of experience and opportunities in sport and physical activity for people living with a disability, UBC's School of Kinesiology and viaSport have received federal funding to study disability inclusion in the B.C. sport sector.