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Jennifer Birch Jones
In Part 1, Jennifer shares her experiences of LGBTQI2S inclusion and how it has has evolved over the years.
Boy canoe kayking
Applications are open for NCCP Make Ethical Decisions and NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills.
Jennifer Birch Jones
In Part 2 of her Q&A, Jennifer shares practical ways for the sport community to celebrate diversity. 
NAIG athlete swimming
These awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of B.C. Indigenous athletes who excel in performance sport. 

BC Sports Hall of Fame & Vancouver Canucks strike 50-50 partnership to inspire youth


Proceeds will benefit youth across the province and inspire them to fulfill their dreams. 

Receive funding for coach education in BC


Trained coaches are a key factor towards quality sport experiences.

Help us design Safe Sport solutions


We're assembling a diverse group of individuals to help design Safe Sport solutions that work in “real life.”

Advancing Sport Summit: Gender Equity in Sport


In honour of International Women’s Day, we engaged in learning & discussion around advancing gender equity in sport.

Safe Sport is building momentum


This month has marked several positive steps on the path toward eliminating abuse and harassment in Canadian sport.

Register now for the Advancing Sport Summit


Join us in our free, one-day summit with knowledge experts pushing for change in sport. 

Non-medical Cannabis Legislation and Sport

Best Practices

Sport organizations should consider how these changes in cannabis legislation impacts their environment.

Sport Law Connect Program increases access to dispute resolution services in sport


Many amateur sport organizations have limited resources and may lack the capacity to handle internal appeals.

Are you B.C.'s next Olympian?


Up to 30 high-performing athletes will be selected to receive funding and resources to pursue their Olympic dreams.

Team BC ready to take on the nation's best at Canada Winter Games


Leading Team BC into the Opening Ceremony in Red Deer will be Fin Williams (North Vancouver) of men’s hockey.