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Sask Sport News

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All Sask Sport active members (Provincial Sport Organizations) and affiliate members (Districts) can recognize and honour their Athletes, Coaches, Officials and Volunteers for their outstanding achievements, dedication and contributions in Saskatchewan's amateur sport during 2016, by nominating them for the 2016 Saskatchewan Sport Awards.

Nominations can be made for the following 2016 Saskatchewan Sport Awards:

  • Athlete of the Year Awards (Male, Female, Youth - Male, Youth - Female, Master and Team categories)
  • Coach of the Year Award
  • Male & Female Coaching Dedication Awards
  • Volunteer Award
  • Male & Female Official's Award

Reminder: Previous nominations can be up-dated and re-submitted for up to 3 years in the categories of Coach Male & Female Dedication, Official Male & Female and Volunteer awards.

NOMINATION DEADLINE: Friday, December 2, 2016 at midnight

First Nation Fitness Certification Program

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You are invited to Join the Conversation!

Learn about the program and provide your voice to inform the development of the program.
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) has entered into an agreement with Health Canada to focus on First Nations’ physical activity needs and develop a “"First Nation Fitness Certification” model. This project will result in a First Nation Group Exercise Fitness Certification and your input will guide the development of the course content and an implementation plan to best meet the needs of First Nation Communities in Saskatchewan.
Meeting Dates and Locations:
     Monday, October 24, 2016
     Saskatoon: Saskatoon Travelodge, Viscount Room
     Monday, November 7, 2016
     Regina: Conexus Arts Centre, New Brunswick Room
     Monday, November 21, 2016
     Prince Albert: Prince Albert Grand Council office, 3601 5th Ave East
All sessions run 2:00-4:00 p.m.
For further information and to RSVP, contact:
Jaimee Marks, Pure Fitness Consulting at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or Wendy McKellar, SPRA Physical Activity and Fitness Consultant - at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rise Up Mighty Warrior Conference

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Rise Up Mighty Warrior – Violence Awareness & Prevention 2016

The goals of Rise Up Mighty Warrior are to raise awareness of the long-term impacts of violence against women and improve prevention, personal safety skills, and knowledge. Women Warriors will host this event in Lloydminster, Alberta in collaboration with Lakeland College, and the Lloydminster Native Friendship Centre.

Shelley Wiart, founder of Women Warriors was inspired to host this event to create a safe space for her participants of Women Warriors to discuss their health and safety, promote critical dialogue and knowledge about women’s safety, and engage community members.

This event will provide the opportunity to build relationships and knowledge sharing between Indigenous and non-Indigenous community members, leaders, academics, health care providers, community service providers, and businesses.

This event will begin at Lakeland College on Thursday, October 13 at 6:30 pm with keynote speaker and safety expert, Debra deWaal.

The following day, Friday, October 14 will be the full day conference at the Days Hotel & Suites Lloydminster.

It will include a morning keynote speaker, lunch, two afternoon breakout sessions, Photo Voice exhibition by Women Warriors, and round table discussions with speakers and academics.

See more information here.