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#SaskProud of the Saskatchewan contingent on the #RoadToRio for the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games

“Congratulations to all of the provincial coaches and athletes competing in the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Mark Docherty said. “Thank you for your commitment to sport, for representing your province and country, and for serving as role models in your communities. The citizens of Saskatchewan will be cheering for you.”

“On behalf of the amateur sport community in Saskatchewan, I would like to congratulate all those from our province who will be taking part in the Olympic and Paralympic Games,” said Sask Sport Inc. Chair Tavia Laliberte. “Reaching this level of competition takes years of training and commitment and represents a tremendous achievement.”

Join in supporting #SaskProud @CSCSaskatchewan to congratulate those #SaskAthletes who are on the #RoadToRio @TeamCanada.

For more information on Rio #SaskProud visit http://www.csc-sask.ca/2016Rio.php and follow us on https://twitter.com/CSCSaskatchewan and https://www.facebook.com/CSCSaskatchewan


SASK SPORT INC. ANNOUNCES THE JULY ATHLETE OF THE MONTH AWARD RECIPIENT
Rylan Wiens of Saskatoon is the recipient of the Sask Sport Inc. July Athlete of the Month Award. He was nominated by Dive Saskatchewan. Wiens won gold in the 10 metre dive at the Speedo Junior Elite National Championships. He received perfect scores of 10 from all the judges, becoming the first diver in Canadian history to perform a perfect dive in a national or international competition. He has qualified to compete with Team Canada at the World Juniors.
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TAVIA LALIBERTE ELECTED CHAIR OF SASK SPORT INC.

 

>> Media Release

Tavia Laliberte was elected Chair of Sask Sport Inc.'s Board of Directors today at the sport federation's annual general meeting in Regina. Laliberte joined the board in 2014 after being nominated by the Rivers West District for Sport, Culture and Recreation. She has served on the board as the Vice Chair of the Sport Division and as a member of the Aboriginal Sport Leadership Council. Before joining Sask Sport Inc., Laliberte served on numerous volunteer committees including the North West Regional Intersectoral Committee, and she participated in the 2012 Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference. She is currently the president and chief executive officer of the North West Regional College.


PEACEKEEPER CADET PROGRAM BREAKS DOWN BARRIERS
Since 2014, it's been a program that's making students stand at attention. The Peacekeeper Cadet Program at Princess Alexandra Community School in Saskatoon, formed thanks to a partnership between the Dream Broker program and the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS), has been effective in helping develop strong connections with students in Grades 4 through 8 and the SPS.

The program's overall goals are focused in three areas: building trust, physical fitness, and citizenship and culture. Some of the broader values embraced by the program include fostering leadership, discipline, individual goal setting, education, participation in organized sports and community involvement.
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The 150th Anniversary of Confederation in 2017:
Time for Youth and Active Living!

During an outdoor canoeing activity at Kiwanis Memorial Park in Saskatoon, the Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, accompanied by the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, reiterated the Government of Canada's vision for the 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017. >> Read More

We are very proud of the amazing job two of our Saskatchewan athletes did as emcee for this event, speaking in both French and English. Thank you Kaylan Muir, grade 12 French-immersion student and high performance wrestler, and Samantha Ryan, grade 11 French-immersion student and a Paralympic swimmer, qualified and on the #RoadtoRio 2016.

In October 2016, Canadians will be asked to help choose the 150 physical activities - across sport recreation and the activities of daily life - that should be included on the list. >> Learn More at ParticipACTION

>> Canada 150: Join the Celebration!


SASK SPORT INC. HONOURS THE BEST OF 2015 AT THE SASKATCHEWAN SPORT AWARDS

Sask Sport Inc. honoured the province's best of 2015 at the Saskatchewan Sport Awards presentations held at the Conexus Arts Centre on March 21. The Saskatchewan Sport Awards program is designed to celebrate outstanding achievements of Saskatchewan's amateur athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers. >> Read More


NEW BOOK CHRONICLES THE HISTORY OF AMATEUR SPORT IN SASKATCHEWAN
Giving Us A Sporting Chance: The Story of Sask Sport
The book, authored by Lynn Gidluck and published by Coteau Books, tells the story of how the amateur sport federation in Saskatchewan came to be in a position to run the provincial lottery and work with the volunteer sport, culture and recreation sectors to oversee distribution of lottery revenues.

The book is available for purchase at the Sask Sport reception desk at 1870 Lorne Street in Regina or online at Coteau Books for $24.95. All proceeds go to KidSport Saskatchewan.

>> Media Release
>> Giving Us A Sporting Chance: The Story of Sask Sport
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Lynn Gidluck (author) and Cas Pielak on Access 7 Feb 16 2016
Giving us a Sporting Chance


Fuelling a Lifetime of Participation
Canada may be a sport-loving nation, but when it comes to access to sport for Canadian women, it has a long way to go for the win. So say the findings from a new research publication, unveiled by Canada’s dairy farmers and the Canadian Association for Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS).

The report, entitled Women in Sport—Fuelling a Lifetime of Participation, highlights the severe gender inequality for Canadian women in sport, and is the first of its kind, pairing data and research from academic journals and peer-reviewed articles, with primary research obtained from national surveys and the analysis of four years of female sports media coverage.
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ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY SPORT DEVELOPMENT GRANT CREATES NEW OPPORTUNITIES
Sask Sport is helping to make the hoop dreams of children in central Saskatchewan come true. Over a dozen schools in Saskatoon and North Battleford with a high First Nations and Metis-student base have been using the Sask Sport Aboriginal Community Sport Development Grant Program to increase levels of physical activity among their students.

The grant program, which is funded by Sport Canada Bilateral Program and the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation, is designed to support the development and implementation of community sport programs. Using the grant funds, these schools have been able to partner with Wild Youth Sports Management to organize basketball programs in their schools and communities. >> Read More


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