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There were lots of talented and enthusiastic #boccia athletes competing at the @durhamregion19 Ontario Parasport Games. Teams came from all across the province to try to earn a medal at this year’s competition. Well done everyone. #seewhatshecando #paramazing @abilitiescentre @niagarapenguins
Huge shoutout to seewhatshecando for promoting and supporting the very first Step into Self-Confidence workshop. seewhatshecando is a community platform for active women of all ages to connect, learn and grow. Check them out on Instagram or on their site!
Strong women build each other up 💪♀️ #seewhatshecando #selfconfidence #workshop think_out_loud_co #women #strong #learn #grow #discover #dream #believe #achieve
RT @CIRAOntario I’m singing: It’s conference time, it’s conference time, it’s time to sign up https://t.co/pQia0xx0P8
This coach training module, called Keeping Girls in Sport, compiles research on why girls play sports, what makes them stay, and why they quit.
RT @Dal_HAHP Great piece on Madison Campbell, 4th year KINE student. Alongside mentor Paul Tingley, they are helping to close the sports gap for power chair users https://t.co/7ut5bXoA1N
@dalhealth @uniteddfc @SportNovaScotia #dalproud 🐯#volunteers ♥️
Here's a hint: it's not single sport specialization.
The Canadian government has announced $3 million in funding over four years to the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) to support its efforts to increase participation of women and girls in sport.
Helping to celebrate the 33rd Annual National Girls & Women in Sport Day today. Launched February 6, 1987 in the USA, it’s a day to celebrate and inspire women and girls to choose sport to help them be their best, reach their full potential and give back to their communities. So much to celebrate together. @womenssportsfoundation #seewhatshecando #NGWSD #BeCelebrated #GetInspired
Know any female high school athletes (14-18yrs) who have a passion for sport? Starting this Monday, this FREE 6-week sport leadership program is a perfect fit. Hosted by MLSE LaunchPad, CAAWS and Brock University, Game On pairs girls with a mentor (female sport leader) to develop essential leadership skills. Participants will learn through workshops, training, and on-court activities, and will earn a Sport Leadership Program certificate. #seewhatshecando #activeliving Share this post and help us build our community of female sport leaders. Learn more: 👇👇👇👇👇👇
Who knew that we have green bees in Ontario? 🌻 🐝
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