Aboriginal Sport Circle

Program Description

From the playground to the podium, the PEI Aboriginal Sport Circle supports the development and delivery of sport, recreation, and physical activity for Indigenous youth living in Epekwitk (PEI). When youth are actively engaged in sport and physical activity, it helps build healthier communities and improves self-esteem, leadership skills, and overall well-being. 

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North American Indigenous Games

The North American Indigenous Games is an international multi-sport event aimed at helping Indigenous athletes from Turtle Island realize the collective potential of our bodies, minds, spirit and of our people – our hopes and dreams – the spirit strong, brave and true.

Bringing together 5,000 participants from over 750 Nations across Turtle Island, the North American Indigenous Games are the largest multi-sport and cultural gathering of Indigenous Peoples in North America. 

Coming together every four years, the Games feature 16 different sports, including traditional Indigenous sports, showcasing the very best in North America’s sport and spirit. 

Mission: Improve the quality of life for Indigenous Peoples by supporting self-determined sports and cultural activities which encourage equal access to participation in the social / cultural / spiritual fabric of the community in which they reside and which respects Indigenous distinctiveness

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Aboriginal Coaching Modules

The Aboriginal Coaching Modules is a national coach training curriculum that reflects the uniqueness of Indigenous culture, values and lifestyles.

Originally designed for coaches of First Nation, Métis and Inuit heritage, the program has been expanded to include non-Indigenous coaches working within Indigenous communities and with Indigenous people.

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