Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity
Video: Louise Humbert
University of Saskatchewan
Video: Arlene Lazecki
Silverspring Elementary School -->
|HARASSMENT BLOG SERIES
CAAWS has collaborated with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) and the Sport Law & Strategy Group to bring sport leaders a blog series exploring the topic of harassment and bullying. This blog series will stimulate conversations and encourage the development of practical solutions for the cultural health of sport organizations.
Advancing Equity for Women in Sport and Society
Strategic Plan 2017-2020
|Keeping Girls Active!
On the Move is an initiative designed to increase opportunities for girls and young women (ages 9-18) to participate and lead in sport and physical activity initiatives. The 'On the Move' handbook is a user- friendly resource designed as a practical guide for leaders to develop and implement an On the Move Program.
|The Future is Female
by A.C. Shilton
"Despite more than a century of inquiry into human endurance, research is still frustratingly scant on how women's bodies adapt and peak. But that's starting to change, and fresh discoveries could usher in a new era of unprecedented female performance."
A new podcast series in which sportswomen discuss mental health issues and how sport helps them overcome personal challenges. We will be hearing from women who have different experiences and who have generously agreed to share their journeys while offering some advice and resources.
WiSP Sports Podcast
• Tina Chantrey
• Tara Campbell
|Women Coaches Report - Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport
NCAA Annual Report Card is out!
|New Athlete Pathways SIRCuit now available
Preparing for the Future – Building Leadership Skills in Young Women
|CAAWS Women and Leadership Workshops
Sask Sport Inc., in partnership with the Canadian Association of the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS), will be offering CAAWS Women and Leadership Workshops. Five 3-hour workshops are available, designed to be delivered to a female only audience. Read More
|A Report on Female Participation in Sport
The findings from a new research publication were unveiled by Canada's dairy farmers and the Canadian Association for Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS).
Fuelling a Lifetime of Participation
2018 National Women's Open Championship
Off the ice, Wickenheiser still chasing goals
28 May 2018 - Saskatoon StarPhoenix, ROBERT TYCHKOWSKI
Yorkton woman runs her first marathon and wins
28 May 2018 - Saskatoon StarPhoenix, DON RICE
Valkyries hold lead to defeat Fearless
28 May 2018 - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Saskatchewan celebrates landmark gold in water polo
28 May 2018 - Regina Leader-Post
WE are #SaskProud of Jackie Powell, being named Sr. Associate Coach for Swimming at the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games! Jackie has also completed her first year of program in the Advanced Coach Diploma in Saskatchewan. Way to go Jackie!
Special Olympics Canada has announced its Chef de Mission, Mission Staff and Head Coaches for the upcoming 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games, which will take place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. These individuals were carefully selected from many applicants for their experience and involvement within the Special Olympics movement. Special Olympics Canada is thrilled to welcome representatives from across the country to lead Team Canada at the upcoming World Games.
The 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games will take place from March 14 to 21, 2019. Expected at the Games are 7,000 athletes from 170 countries and 20,000 volunteers. Team Canada will be competing in 9 disciplines; athletics, basketball, bocce, bowling, golf, powerlifting, rhythmic gymnastics, soccer and swimming. >> Read more
Email Noreen Murphy your suggestions for consideration of Saskatchewan women to profile who are mentors and role models for physical activity in our Province.
Also send us your event details, and if appropriate, we will add them to our calendar.
For more information contact:
Noreen Murphy, M.A. Sport Management, B.P.H.E.