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Special Olympics BC
We applaud the eight grant recipients and their commitment for more accessible sport & recreation planning.
Rule of Two
Do you know what the Rule of Two is, and how it can protect minor athletes? If not, read on! 
Two synchro coaches
We applaud the leadership of 23 sport organizations in B.C. who have taken CAC's Responsible Coaching Movement pledge. 
Parasport Fund
Receive grants for parasport programming aimed at removing barriers for children and youth with disabilities to... Full Story

Northern B.C. receives $100,000 to make sport more accessible

News

We applaud the eight grant recipients and their commitment for more accessible sport & recreation planning.

Creating a Safer Sport Environment with the Rule of Two

News

Do you know what the Rule of Two is, and how it can protect minor athletes? If not, read on! 

viaSport is taking a stand to support safe sport in B.C.

News

We applaud the leadership of 23 sport organizations in B.C. who have taken CAC's Responsible Coaching Movement pledge. 

Parasport Jumpstart Fund open for applications across Canada

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Receive grants for parasport programming aimed at removing barriers for children and youth with disabilities to participate in physical activity and sport!

New tourism council will work with government on sustainable growth

News

Sheila Bouman, CEO of viaSport, has been named chair of the new tourism council. (Fitting choice!) 

Seeking consulting services for coach development

Coaching

Friends with an experienced consultant? Send them our way!

Two coaches take home 2017 B.C. Coach of the Year Award

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Being the best ain't easy, but these two coaches show that it can be done. 

viaStaff Feature: Q&A with Shawna

Profiles

Compassionate. Driven. Quirky. Meet Shawna, our Manager of Research and Social Innovation at viaSport.

The journey from corporate coaching to kids coaching

Profiles

Human resource management didn’t seem to fit her criteria. Her lifelong love affair with cycling and previous stints in coaching, however? Big, ol’ check marks for each and every single box. It was time to ditch the corporate desk for the coach’s whistle.

Once a coach, always a coach

Profiles

Adam Ingle was inspired to become a coach when his son, James, was racing in a speed skating meet in Prince George.

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