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Winter Spirit grant encourages more British Columbians to get active

News Release

A new one-time grant helps more people try winter sport activities in their communities. 

Sport participation receives big boost by Province

News Release

A new round of grants under the BC Sport Participation Program will provide thousands of British Columbians with new opportunities to participate in and enjoy the benefits of sport through the Local Sport Development, Girls Only and Forever Active Bodies 55+ programs, announced Coralee Oakes, Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development.

Adaptive Sports at Sun Peaks opens sport opportunity to all


Dick Taylor led adaptive snowsports programming to success at Sun Peaks Resort.

Comox Valley curling centre’s specialized league for women offers opportunities to play and socialize


Afternoon Social Curling League for ladies aged 55 + receives grant funding to support another successful season.

Girls Kayak Club develops female leaders in sport


Girls Only grant supports Lax Kw’alaams Band in effort to get youth girls more active in their community.

Kelly Olynyk rises through BC ranks to achieve NBA dream


BC Basketball player joins Boston Celtics of the NBA

Arrowsmith community empowers women through fun, dynamic and accessible fitness initiative


“Sole” Sisters Program provides women aged 55+ with opportunity to embrace healthy living through sport and physical activity