Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity
Video: Louise Humbert
University of Saskatchewan
Video: Arlene Lazecki
Silverspring Elementary School -->
|2017 WISE FUND RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED
• Melfort Minor Softball Association
• Team Saskatchewan Volleyball North American Indigenous Games 2017 - The WISE Fund grant went towards helping the Team Saskatchewan U19 athletes begin their coaching certification process. By investing in their development as leaders and coaches, this effort not only expanded opportunities for these young women, it also helps them to use their passion and skills to create positive change in their communities through sport.
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!
|Canada’s dairy farmers announce recipients of inaugural Champions Fund initiative
Congratulations - Kaila Gavel, Volleyball - Prince Albert
|New Athlete Pathways SIRCuit now available
Preparing for the Future – Building Leadership Skills in Young Women
|Women Athletes’ Sport Performance and Well-Being:
Inviting women athletes to participate in ongoing research in the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan.
|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
|Resources: Women And Girls
New resources for women and girls in sport, physical activity are available HERE.
|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
|In the Loop - CAAWS enetwork
|Solutions Women Sport
The SolutionsWomenSport website is the result of the 2015 Conversation on women and sport. www.solutionswomensport.ca
|Actively Engaging Women & Girls - Quality Community Programs
Sydney Millar (M), Vicki Harber, Luoise Humbert, Sylvie Beliveau, Lori Johnstone, Isabelle Cayer
To truly impact the participation levels of women and girls, the Canadian sport and physical activity sector must commit to providing quality experiences. Building on previous Summit sessions and CS4L publications by CAAWS and other members of the panel, this session will focus on community-based programs and initiatives that are providing quality participation, competition and leadership opportunities for women and girls.
|Coaching Female Athletes
2016 Saskatchewan Coaches Conference
Notes from discussion that will help in addressing where to find resources, coaching female athletes, how your sport can engage more female participation and sustain, what we do as coaches to support the development of female athletes and programs/initiatives that sport delivers to improve the participation of females.
2018 National Women's Open Championship
Sisters bring different styles to coaching
15 Jul 2017 - Regina Leader-Post, DOYLE FOX
Indigenous Games continue to fortify mother-daughter bond
July 13, 2017 - Saskatchewan News
University of Regina hires athletics director
13 Jul 2017 - Regina Leader-Post, Postmedia News
2 Sask. players headed to FIBA U19 Basketball World Cup
Jul 12, 2017 - CBC News, Cory Coleman
Actively Engaging Women and Girls: Addressing the Psycho-Social Factors Promising Practices and Practical Ideas
Webinar Recordings from 2013 WISPAR –
Sask Sport Inc. series:
Webinar for Leaders
(Board Members, EDs, Sport Consultants, Rec Consultants, Municipalities, SK Sport Orgs)
Powerpoint download - (.pdf, 1.8MB)
Webinar for Front-Line Workers
(Coaches, Dream Brokers, Teachers, Municipalities, Instructors, Sport & Rec Consultants, Minor Sport Clubs/Orgs)
Powerpoint download - (.pdf, 1.8MB)
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.