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The Canada Games Women in Coaching Apprenticeship program is a unique mentorship opportunity for women coaches across
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As part of our commitment to promoting equitable sport practices in B.C., viaSport continues to celebrate Pride Month
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Happy Pride month! We are highlighting five local leagues and their work to further LGBTQI2S inclusion in sport.

New B.C. recovery fund to support local, community events

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The Province has launched a one-time grant program to support the safe restart of event hosting in B.C

Highest ever percentage of B.C. connected athletes competing at 2020 Tokyo Paralympics

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VICTORIA – Following closely on the heels of Canada’s amazing success at the Tokyo Olympics, Canada’s Paralympians are n

Applications open for the BC Games Coach Mentorship Program

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As part of an ongoing partnership between viaSport BC and the BC Games Society, we are pleased to announce that the BC Games Coach Mentor

BC connected and CSI-Pacific affiliated athletes are major factor in Team Canada's best ever Summer Olympics

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Team Canada beat the Tokyo heat to have unprecedented success at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, winning 24 medals – a record for Canada in a no

Amateur Sport League Fund supports the comeback of 72 B.C. sport organizations

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The Province of British Columbia and viaSport BC are pleased to announce the recipients of The Amateur Sport League Fund (ASLF).

Second intake of Local Sport Relief Fund supports recovery of 214 B.C. sport organizations

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Among the 4,100 local sport organizations in B.C., many have faced financial pressure during the pandemic.

B.C. Ferries continues to support amateur sport in the province through Sport Experience Program

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As B.C. athletes return to sport, they are once again beginning to traveling across the water to compete.

viaSport Celebrates Pride: Markus Thormeyer

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While June and Pride month may be over, celebrating the LGBTQI2S community and highlighting its members should continue year round.

viaSport celebrates Pride: Tara Llanes, B.C. athlete profile

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Tara Llanes is a wheelchair basketball athlete who will be representing Team Canada at the Tokyo Paralympics this summer.

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