Last Updated: Feb 16th, 2015
Sport North Federation and the Department of Health and Social Services invites you to attend the Concussion Cafe, a learning and sharing event on concussion prevention and management on March 6-7, 2015 in Yellowknife, NT.
The event will bring together experts in brain injuries and concussions with community champions including health professionals, coaches, recreation staff, teachers, and parents who are positioned to make a difference in our communities. The aim of the Concussion Café is to increase knowledge and skills in coaches, teachers parents, and youth to prevent concussions and head injuries. As well as, identify collaborative actions to increase awareness of ways to prevent concussions and head injuries.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart helps disadvantaged kids get involved in organized sport and recreation by covering the costs of registration, equipment and/or transportation. Their goal is to help those children that would not be able to participate in a physical activity without the assistance of the Canadian Tire Jumpstart program. On February 5th, 2015 Jumpstart launched their updated website as well as the new web-based electronic application. Jumpstart applications can now be processed online.
Challenger Soccer Camps will be returning to the Northwest Territories and registration is now open!
Check out our 'Challenger Soccer Camps' page for more details!
Applications are now being accepted for Canada’s largest national grassroots soccer program, Ombrelle Active Start Soccer Fests.
The NWT Soccer Association (NWTSA) would like to encourage it's member clubs, schools and community recreation directors to take advantage of this opportunity to host an Active Start soccer festival in their community. Please contact NWT Soccer if you are itnerested in hosting a festival in your community or apply directly online.
Northwest Territories Soccer Association - http://www.nwtkicks.ca