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ISCA 2015 SURVEY

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) ISC (A) represents aboriginal athletes within the Province of Alberta and supports the integration of individuals into the community and provincial recreation and sport systems.

As the ISC( A) celebrates its 20th year as an incorporated provincial sport association, the Board of Directors wishes your perspective on the organization. Please take a few minutes to download the questionnaire
and provide us your feedback.

Download survey here.

When you are finished, please fax it back to us or email us back.

Our fax number is: 780-585-3343 or email: info{at}aboriginalsports.org

 

NAIG 2014 Team Alberta Chef de Mission Position/Application

The ISCA is recruiting for the position of Chef de Mission for Team Alberta. As Chef de Mission you would have responsibility for the overall coordination of Team Alberta's participation in NAIG 2014. This position will be based in Hobbema. 

The deadline for submitting the Chef de Mission application is 4:30PM Monday March 25, 2013. No applications received after this deadline will be considered.

To apply and/or learn more, to learn more or download application form package here.

 
Biggest Loser Health and Fitness Challenges 2013

The Aboriginal Physical Activity and Cultural Circle (APACC) Association is a National non-profit network for Aboriginal people who are involved in Sports, Recreation, Fitness and Traditional Activities. Our vision is to establish and expand relationships between individuals engaged in physical activity by improving access to resources and promote exposure to health and wellness opportunities.

APACC is promoting two Biggest Loser Health and Fitness Challenges starting January 7th and 21st, 2013 and finishing March 4th and 18th, 2013. Registered participants in the Challenge will be competing independently and this is open to all people across the nation. There will be awards and a cash prizes for the Biggest Losers, the more people we get involved in this challenge the larger the cash prize will be so invite your friends! The entry fee is only $20.00 and proceeds go towards creating community grants. The main purpose of this challenge is to motivate you with your fitness and health goals and create a partner, APACC, who you may be accountable to. As well, we will have on-line support from APACC on our Facebook group APACC Biggest Health and Fitness Loser Challenge.

APACC feels this challenge is great for igniting exercise and healthy lifestyle goals. This will be fun for all involved and an opportunity to focus on physical fitness, healthy lifestyles and the promotion of wellness.

Dr. Miles is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, and Registered Kinesiologist. aboriginalpacc@gmail.com or facebook event page: http://www.facebook.com/events/509452485761720/

 
ISCA Golf Tournament



From left to right: Charlton Weasel Head, Jordin Tootoo, Judd Blackwater, Wacey Rabbit, Colton Yellowhorn, Tommy J. Mueller, Ted Hodgson, Rudy Young Blood
and Shane Yellowbird

To see the Golf Tournament results of the skills winners
and the Flight 1 & 2 winners click here >>

 
CUSA Calgary United Soccer Association Job Opportunity

 

CUSA Calgary United Soccer Association Job Opportunity, currently has an opening within the organization for a Program Assistant. If anyone that is interested in this job opportunity, please click here for more information and apply.

 
2012 Aboriginal National Invitational Volleyball Championships

 

Akwesasne Mohawk Territory invites Aboriginal volleyball athletes from across North America to participate in our National Invitational Volleyball championships, cultural activities and entertainment in Akwesasne Mohawk Nation July 27th – August 4th.

Our mission is to develop and deliver a national caliber volleyball championship along with educational and cultural activities that promotes unity, and increase the quality of living, fun and exercise, while participating in an organize volleyball tournament championships that achieves elite playing levels in a high performance setting. Click here for more information.

 
ARPA Emerging Leaders Program

An emerging leader is a student, recent graduate, or professional entering the Quality of Life Sector. This individual is perceived by his employer (paid or volunteer) or peers to have strong core competencies that, with support over time, will lead them to become a dynamic leader within the Sector... to read more and to nominate someone, click here.
 
Community Spirit Donation Grant Deadline: December 31, 2011

Edmonton... With the December 31 deadline fast approaching, eligible nonprofit and charitable organizations are encouraged to submit their applications for a Community Spirit Program donation grant.

The Community Spirit Program is designed to help increase private charitable donations by individual Albertans to Alberta’s nonprofit and charitable organizations. The program is
donor-driven, meaning Albertans decide where they want the funding to go based on where they donate.

For more information on the program and how to apply for the donation grant, visit www.communityspiritprogram.ca. If you have questions, contact the Community Spirit Program office at 780-644-8604 (dial 310-0000 for toll-free access within Alberta).

To learn more, and download the information brochure please, click here.

 
ARPA Emerging Leaders Program

An emerging leader is a student, recent graduate, or professional entering the Quality of Life Sector. This individual is perceived by his employer (paid or volunteer) or peers to have strong core competencies that, with support over time, will lead them to become a dynamic leader within the Sector.

Due to the general scarcity of support, funding and direct mentorship, these leaders may feel that they are stifled, overwhelmed, or generally not supported within the Sector, and take their talents and abilities to other sectors where they anticipate that they will receive greater recognition or support.

To learn more and to nominate someone, click here.
 
The Wise Fund - CAAWS Offering Twelve Grants of $900

The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) has just announced that it is offering twelve grants of $900 to active girls and women and/or organizations offering sport programs targeted to girls and women.

For more details and information, please review the submission criteria, application process, deadlines, and frequently asked questions on their website at http://www.caaws.ca/e/grants/wise/. You can also apply directly by completing the online application form!

Please note that applications will only be accepted between November 21, 2011 and December 9, 2011. Applications received after these dates will not be considered. The 2012 WISE Fund recipients will be announced in February 2012.

 
Alberta Winter Games - Hockey Zone 1 - Female Athletes needed

To all Zone 1 folks for the 2012 Alberta Winter Games, any help you can provide in letting interested female hockey players know of this opportunity would be appreciated.

Thanks for your cooperation.
 
Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks & Wildlife Foundation

Advertisement for recruitment: Board member application for the Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation for the Zone 7 area. Please see the link below for the advertisement for the recruitment of one board member from the ASRPWF’s Zone 7. Please note that all applications/resumes must be sent to Executive Search, Alberta Corporate Human Resources as outlined in the advertisement.

Click here to learn more and download the application and area map.
 
KidSport - So All Kids Can Play

 
No kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.

KidSport provides grants to children from families facing financial barriers so they can participate in registered sport programs.

KidSport supports programs that provide the child with a sustained sport experience led by qualified instructors.

To learn and read more, and for the KidSport application form, Click here.

 
Traditional Native Games Newsletter- September 2011

 
Newsletter for September from Traditional Native Games:

Salish Kootenai College to sponsor Traditional Games Certification Clinic in Pablo, MT October 20-22, 2011...

Horse Culture Training for Level II and III sponsored by the Aboriginal Friendship Center of Calgary. October 20-22, 2011...

To learn and read more, Click here.
 

Grant Funding Programs - Community Facility Partner Capital Grant Program

The Sport Participation Initiative Program supports programs for under-represented groups, such as girls and women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and economically disadvantaged persons. The program aims to increase sport participation and opportunities in coaching, officiating, and volunteer leadership. November 1, 2011 deadline for applications. To learn more, Click here.

 
Sept. 12, 2011

Community Facility Partner Capital Grant Program. The Community Facility Partner Capital Grant actively supports partnership opportunities that enhance the quality of life through arts, heritage, social services/community development, recreation, sport and leisure experiences in Edmonton's public use facilities.

This grant program is intended to address an identified infrastructure gap in public facilities. As such, this grant will provide funding support that will encourage and stimulate capital activities of partners that extend beyond the City of Edmonton’s planned service levels in the provision of public use facilities.   

Deadline: September 16, 2011

To learn more and for registration and see the business case, click here.
 
August 15, 2011

Aboriginal Coaching Manual Facilitator Training August 25 - 27, 2011. Holiday Inn Express Airport. Calgary, Alberta. To see the agenda for the upcoming Facilitator training. Click here.
 
August 10, 2011

ISCA Soccer Development Camp. The Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta is offering, dependent on community interest 2 - 3 day soccer development camps for ages 6 – 18 from mid July to the end of August. Registration fee for these 3 day camps would be $10.00 per participant. To learn more, click here.
 
July 21, 2011

Kids at Hope Alberta 2011 Forums: Online Registration Now Open. In August, the Kids at Hope Alberta 2011 Forums will take place in Grande Prairie and Red Deer. Speakers will present their experiences with and the impact of the Kids at Hope philosophy, as well as real-life examples and stories of how the philosophy has been implemented using a community development approach. To register and more info, click here.
 
July 13, 2011

2011 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships Evaluation Report. The 10th Annual National Aboriginal Hockey Championships were held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan April 25 – 30, 2011. This was the first time that the Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta has taken an active role in the coach and team selection process leading up to the 2011 National Championships... to read more, click here.
 
July 12, 2011

 
ISCA Athlete of the Month: Chelsea Breanne Yellowbird is our ISCA Athlete Player of the Month for July, 2011. " I am in the gym training 5-6 days a week. Anywhere from 1 1/2 hours - 2 hours a day. I spend more time lifting weights, trying to build muscle than I do doing cardio... " To read more, click here.
 
June 27, 2011

Greater Strides Hockey Academy is having a 1st Annual Golf Tournament.

The main goal/vision for Greater Strides is to start a hockey academy which would be the first and only hockey academy Nation-wide for aboriginal student-athletes.

The invitation list is strategically designed to include: Industry Executives Band Representatives Celebrities We will also have numerous current past and present NHL players on hand to take part in the tournament in various capacities

All proceeds from the 1st Annual Golf Tournament will go towards building the Greater Strides Hockey Academy. The game will be held at the Prestigious Redwood Meadows Golf & Country Club in beautiful Bragg Creek, Alberta. For more info and to register, click here.
 
June 27, 2011

Volleyball Development Camps. The Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta is considering offering 3 - 4 volleyball development camps for ages 12-15 and 16-18 in August/ September. Ideally these sessions would be offered in the North, Central and South Regions of the Province.

The intent of these camps would be to provide skill development for new and current players, as well as coaches. Registration fee would be $10.00 per participant.

The Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta will be working with Alberta Volleyball Association to ensure qualified instructors conduct these camps. Costs of instructors travel and accommodation will be covered by the Inidgenous Sport Council of Alberta.

As a host you would provide the facility and all necessary volleyball equipment.

Please contact our office for more info at (780) 585-3343.
 
June 19, 2011

NOTICE OF MEETING 2011 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING THURSDAY JULY 7, 2011 7:00PM – 10:00PM RIVER CREE MARRIOTT HOTEL ENOCH, ALBERTA. To see our meeting agenda, click here to download the agenda information sheet.
 
June 16, 2011

There's still time to take part in Communities ChooseWell's Acts of Random Physical Activity. To celebrate June is Recreation and Parks Month, ARPA and Communities ChooseWell invite all. ChooseWell communities to get moving by participating in a brand new initiative called Acts of Random Physical Activity. It is not too late to participate this month... organize your Acts of Random Physical Activity Flash Mob today! For more info, click here.
 
June 15, 2011

NOTICE OF MEETING 2011 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING THURSDAY JULY 7, 2011 7:00PM – 10:00PM RIVER CREE MARRIOTT HOTEL ENOCH, ALBERTA If you have any questions you can contact us at: colleen@aboriginalsports.org
 
June 14, 2011

 
Youth Art Competition! Grand prize $500! 2nd place $250! and 3rd place $100! The art competition is open to metis and first nations students ages 12-18 living in Alberta and the Northwest territories. Entry forms and detioals are available online at www.fieldlaw.com/blogs/artcontest. April 4, 2011 - August 31, 2011. For more info and see the poster, click here.
 
June 8, 2011

ISCA - Soccer Development Summer Program. The Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta is offering, dependent on community interest 2 - 3 day soccer development camps for ages 6 – 18 from mid July to the end of August. Registration fee for these 3 day camps would be $10.00 per participant.

The intent of these camps would be to provide introductory skills for new players, community coach and official development.

The Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta will be working with Alberta Soccer Association to ensure qualified instructors conduct these camps.

Please contact our office for more info at (780) 585-3343.
 
June 7, 2011

Myers and Calvin Buffalo Memorial Golf Classic. Dorchester Golf Club, Pigeon Lake. June 25—26, 2011. The categories include—Men’s Division, Women’s Division, Senior’s Division and Super Senior’s Division. There is no Junior Division, however Juniors are welcome to play in Adult Division. As well there will be a Tournament Long Drive, KP and skins; jackpot Long Drive and KP; Longest Putt Competition and KP competition. For more info, click here.
 
June 7, 2011

Our May, 2011 newsletter is out. To read our newsletter, click here.
 
June 7, 2011

Breaker Classic Charity, Golf Tournament, Saturday, July 30th, 1:00 p.m. Shotgun Start 2011. Speargrass Golf Course, Carseland, Alberta. Enter as a team (3 Male & 1 Female), partial team or individual. Includes: 18 holes of golf, golf cart, dinner, awards presentation, & exciting door prizes. For more info, location map and registration, click here.
 
May 17, 2011

 
ISCA Celebrity Texas Golf Scramble Fundraiser - June 1, 2011. Early bird deadline will be May 18, 2011. Early bird prize: Professional set of golf clubs. Team of 4. Shot gun start time 1:00pm. Registration 11:00am - 12:00pm. Hole in one and 4 chances to win $10,000.00. For more info and download the registration form, click here. For fundraising support, click here.
 
May 16, 2011

 
The North American Indigenous Games Council is pleased to announce Regina, Saskatchewan will have the honour of hosting the 2014 North American Indigenous Games. After a competitive bid process the Host Candidate Cities from Regina, Saskatchewan; Halifax, Nova Scotia and London, Ontario made final presentations to the NAIG Council in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. For more info, click here.
 
May 15, 2011

 
Are you interested in highly educational session geared toward nonprofit organization? If so, join us for the Vitalize 2011 conference at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton on June 14th and 15th. For more info, click here.
 
May 10, 2011

The Athabasca Native Friendship Centre Society (ANFCS) is a non-profit organization seeking a dynamic individual to fill the position of Executive Director who will establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the ANFCS Board, staff, and volunteers. For more info about the position, click here.
 

April 14, 2011

 
We have selected the Final Roster for Team Alberta Male & Female 2011 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships. To see the name list, click here to see the female name list, or click here to see the male name list.
 

April 14, 2011

 
The Alberta Aboriginal Youth Achievement Awards is once again looking for the best and brightest Alberta Métis, First Nations and Inuit youth. Nominate an outstanding young achiever in any one of six (6) junior or six (6) senior award categories. Winners will be announced September 23, 2011, at the Francis Winspear Centre in Edmonton.

Nominees must be Alberta Métis, First Nations or Inuit youth from 10 to 30 years of age. Join us in nominating and celebrating important new role models for today’s aboriginal youth. Nomination packages are now being mailed out to select individuals and organizations throughout Alberta.

Nomination packages may also be submitted by any family member, organization, school, local official or individual from the nominee’s community. The deadline for submission is May 20, 2011. Download our free nominations package today.

For more information, visit the web links posted above or call (780) 423-2237. Thank you!

 
April 5, 2011

July 23rd, 24th, Ermineskin, Alberta. First Annual Youth Baseball Tourney will include teams from all age divisions mosuito 10-11 must be 11 on or after January 1st of playing year. Pee wee 12-13 must be 13 on or after January 1st of playing year. Bantam 14-15 must be 15 on or after January 1st of playing year. click here to learn more.
 

March 17, 2011

 
2011 National Aboriginal Hockey Championship NAHC Player registration forms now available. Please note that Friday, March 25th is the deadline date for accepting player registration forms. You can complete our online registration and email back to us the form (after filling out the form online, resave the pdf file and email it back to us) at colleen@aboriginalsports.org or fax the form back to us at (403) 202-6561. Please note all red fields must be filled within the form. Download the form here.
 
March 10, 2011

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March 10, 2011

 
2011 55 Plus Summer Games. July 21- 24, Fairview. Click here to see the poster for more info.
 
March 3, 2011

Our March newsletter is out. Click here to read our newsletter.
 
February 24, 2011

Chief Jacob Bearspaw School & Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) are proud to host: Aboriginal Coach Manual (ACM) clinic. Contact Info: I.S.C.A. @ 403.202.6539 ortrudy@aboriginalsports.org When: Mar 8 & 15, 2011 Where: Chief Jacob Bearspaw School Time: Starts @ 3:30 pm Fee: $20.00 *Supper included* Download the poster here.
 
February 23, 2011

TSUU TINA Adult Learning Centre & Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) are proud to host: Aboriginal Coach Manual (ACM) Clinic. Contact Info: I.S.C.A. @ 403.202.6539 or trudy@aboriginalsports.org When: Mar 16 & 23, 2011 Where: BAEC Building Time: Starts @ 4:30 pm Fee: $30.00. Registration is ongoing and no deadline to register. Download the poster here.
 

February 22, 2011

 
Centennial High School, 55 Sun Valley Blvd., Calgary, T2X 3W7 Saturday and Sunday, May 14th and 15th COACHES CLINIC – Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am – 12:00pm PLAYERS CAMP – Saturday and Sunday from 1:00pm – 4:00pm for boys and girls ages 11-17 (split will be split into separate camps by age and skill level). For more information and registration, click here.
 
February 22, 2011

NAIT Athletics, 11762 – 106th Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 2R1 Saturday and Sunday, May 28th and 29th COACHES CLINIC – Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am – 12:30pm PLAYERS CAMP – Saturday and Sunday from 1:00pm – 3:30pm for boys and girls ages 11 17 (split will be split into separate camps by age and skill level). For more information and registration, click here.
 
February 16, 2011

 
The Hills are Alive a music, dance and cultural extravaganza, hosted in the beautiful Cypress Hills, Alberta. It is an amazing event that showcases the Metis and Aboriginal Culture and brings together many talented musicians, dancers, and cultural teachers, in a traditional setting of tipi's and trapper's tents. The event is open to the public (at a very small cost), and is appropriate for all ages, and musical abilities. We have had ages 0-94 attend the event!! Click here to learn more.
 
February 16, 2011

 
Since 2005, the McGill First Peoples' House has facilitated a sports camp for aboriginal youth, ages 13-17, in order to promote higher education at McGill and high performance lifestyles through sport and recreation. Twenty to thirty participants from across Canada are given the opportunity to participate in this three-day event, which includes a variety of sport activities, fitness testing, and education from aboriginal role models.

Plans are underway for the Eagle Spirit High Performance Camp to take place again in 2011, from May 20th - 22nd! Click here to learn more and and to register.
 
February 10, 2011

Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta Is looking for qualified Level Two (2) Coaches for Team Alberta Traveling Team - Male/ Female Bantam & Midget. Please Click here to learn more and see the poster.
 
February 10, 2011

Prince George Aboriginal Youth Hockey Championships March 25, 26, and 27, 2011. Entry deadline: March 14, 2011. Sponsored by: Lheidli Tenneh Nation, Custom Eagle Sports.Click here to learn more and see the poster.
 
February 10, 2011

RESPONSIBLE FOR CLEANING THE STAMPEDE GROUNDS DURING THE 11 DAYS OF STAMPEDE! DATES: JULY 8 – 17, 2011, AGES: 12-17 (Must be 12 on or before July 8, 2011) . RATE OF PAY: $9.00 to $13.00 / HOUR + Bonuses! COME OUT AND JOIN US FOR A RECRUITMENT TALK ON FEB 16TH 6:00-7:30 PM AND JOB SKILLS TALK ON MARCH 2TH, 6:30-8:00 PM AT RENFREW CLUB 731-13 AVENUE NE CONTACT 403-520-1502. Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary. Click here to learn more and see the poster.
 
February 3, 2011

 
5th Annual Spring Thaw 2011 Basketball and Volleyball Tournament - March 25, 26, 27, 2011 in Edmonton, Alberta. Prize money, All-Star Trohies, Medals will be provided for all adult categories. No prize money for the youth categories. Four Cirlce of Curage Awards for each category and adult social events being planned. For more info or to register your team call ENBA Sports at 780-937-6011 or Click here to learn more and see the poster.
 
January 29, 2011

 
An Aboriginal-focused Hip-Hop program that is a alternative education tool for community development. A very Good presentation to attend in Edmonton at Grant Macewan in the CN Theatre (Building 5) from 4:00-5:30 pm on Monday, January 31, 2011. Admission is free. BluePrintForLife is considered one of the worlds’ leading companies utilizing Hip Hop as both a community development tool and as a model for alternative education.

Stephen Leafloor from BluePrintForLife
Monday, January 31, 2011
4:00-5:30 PM
Grant Macewan in the CN Theatre (Building 5)

Click here to learn more and see the poster.
 
January 29, 2011

 
An amazing event that showcases the Metis and Aboriginal Culture and brings together many talented musicians, dancers, and cultural teachers, in a traditional setting of tipi's and trapper's tents. The event is open to the public (at a very small cost), and is appropriate for all ages, and musical abilities. Click here to learn more.
 
January 28, 2011

 
Metis Nation - Saskatchewan: Presents 2011 National Aboriginal Curling Championship. April 1, 2 and 3, 2011. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Granite Curling Club, 480 - 1st Ave. North. Deadline to enter: March 25, 2011. For more information or to enter a team please phone Louis Gardiner at 306-833-2007 or e-mail l.gardiner@sasktel.net or cell number 306-833-7766. Click here to learn more.
 
January 27, 2011

 
Learn about proper required exercises and fitness for different age groups. Stay healthy with proper activities. Now is the time. Walk, run, or wheel, and embrace life. Click here to read the guideline.
 
January 25, 2011

Are you interested in building your leadership skills to contribute to sport and physical activity in your community? Are you passionate about participation and want to share this passion with others? This event is for you! To learn more, click here for more info and registration.
 
January 20, 2011

Our ISCA January newsletter is out. Read our January newletter here >>
 
January 18, 2011

2011 Alberta Sports and Recreation Leadership Summit. April 7-9, 2011, Banff Centre. For more info and registration, click here to learn more>>
 
January 18, 2011

 
Open to U.S., Alaska, and Canadian tribal members. The 4th annual Native American 5K Championships will be held in June 2011. There is also an open community division for non-tribal members, youth 1K runs, toddler 400 meter dash, and 1 & 2 mile fitness walks. click here to learn more>>

 

 
January 15, 2011

 
ARPA believes that recreation and parks provide benefits that are essential to the health and well-being of individuals, communities, the economy and environment in Alberta. The Alberta Recreation and Parks Association is pleased to oversee a variety of recreation and parks program and initiatives in the province. Various workshops, and training and development programs available. click here to learn more>>

 

 
January 13, 2011

 
The Alberta Sport Development Centre - Calgary Region will be hosting a Winning Edge Seminar on Mental Skills: FOCUS for all emerging athletes, coaches, parents and sport administrators. click here to learn more>>
 
January 11, 2011

 
The Alberta Association of Recreation Facility Personnel is a provincial organization dedicated to providing excellence in training and professional development for individuals involved in the operation of recreation facilities. To learn more about AARFP, click here >>

 
January 10, 2011

All Try-outs for the Aboriginal National Hockey Championships have been cancelled until further notice. Please check back for further notice. Thank you. click here to learn more>>
 

December 21, 2010

Calling all Canadian Youth – APPLY NOW for the ACTIVATE 2011 National Youth Leadership Forum! Canadian youth, between the ages of 16-22, are invited to apply for Motivate Canada’s 7th annual ACTIVATE National Youth Leadership Forum on Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity! ACTIVATE 2011 will be held at Carleton University in Ottawa, ON from May 11-15, 2011 and will bring together up to 50 young people from across Canada to ACTIVATE their communities and effect positive change through sport, recreation and physical activity. Interested youth should apply before January 26, 2011, at the following link: Click here to apply.


 
December 20, 2010

 
Melvin Fontaine Memorial Recreation Hockey Tournament. April 1, 2 and 3, 2011 at MTS Ice-Plex, 3969 Portage Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba. Tournament include Recreation division, Women division, 35 plus division and 45 plus division. Lots of great prizes! To find out more, see our poster click here >>
 
December 19, 2010

 
The Aboriginal Pre-Cadet Training Program (APTP) offers Canadian Aboriginal people aged 19 – 29 the opportunity to experience daily police work with the RCMP. This 17 week summer program provides candidates with hands-on experience in the RCMP’s training program, and a unique opportunity to work in their community with police officers of the RCMP. To learn more, click here >>
 
December 12, 2010

 
On behalf of the Council of the Advancement of Native Development Officers, we are offering a series of workshops that are held in January and February 2011. Each series is a set of four workshops, intended for youth from 15-18yrs old and 19-24 yrs old. To learn more, click here >>
 
December 11, 2010

 
Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women. If you are an Aboriginal women between the ages of 15-29, apply for our 16 weeks Pre-Employment and Life Skills Program. For more info and to view the poster,
click here >>
 
December 11, 2010

Alberta Sport & Recreation E-News‏. To read more on Alberta Sports and Recreation news and updates, please click here >>
 
December 11, 2010

The 2010 Athlete and Team of the Year Awards, Coaching, Officiating and Volunteer Recognition Awards will be presented at the Alberta Sport and Recreation Leadership Summit in Banff on Friday, April 8, 2011. To learn more click here>>
 
December 5, 2010

 
Never doubt your game plan again: On Make Ethical Decisions (MED) workshop from the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). To learn more click here>>
 
December 5, 2010

 
The AMMFHL All Star Game will be played in the South this year in Vauxhall on Sunday, February 20, 2011.  Stay tuned to this site for further information as the time approaches.
 
December 2, 2010

Our ISCA December newsletter is out. Read December newletter here >>
 
Novemberr 19, 2010

The Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation (ASRPWF) is soliciting requests for proposals for new initiatives to support provincial active living priorities in 2011-12. Click here to learn more>>
 
Novemberr 17, 2010

The 2010 ARPA Preconference Session was held on Thursday, October 21, 2010. The theme for the meeting was “Harvesting our collective assets to deliver the power and the promise of recreation”. The full day session was conducted using a facilitative technique called “Open Space Technology”.  Click here to read the full article>>
 
Novemberr 10, 2010

 
Midget and Juvenile. There will be a female and male category for each midget and juvenile division. The winning team for all the above categories mentioned will represent Team Alberta at the 2010 North American Indigenous Games. Click here to learn more >>
 
 
October 23, 2010

Call for Host Communities. Deadline: November 1, 2010 – 5:00 pm EDT. The Building On Our Strengths: Aboriginal Women and Leadership workshop was developed to provide a personal and professional development opportunity for Aboriginal women to increase their skills and confidence to enhance community sport and physical activity. During the 3 hour workshop, participants discuss community issues relating to sport and physical activity, and develop their skills relating to communication, networking, and influencing change. Click here to learn more >>
 
October 17, 2010

Providing safe and secure communities is one of the Government of Alberta’s priorities. The Safe Communities Innovation Fund (“SCIF”) is part of the government’s response to reducing and preventing crime in Alberta. The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) is seeking up to five communities/ organizations that may be interested in partnering in a pilot project through this program. All interested communities/ organizations must confirm there interest by Monday October 25, 2010. Click here to learn more >>
 
October 16, 2010

 
Aboriginal Youth Art & Health Workshop - Warrior Youth Leadership. Learn Leaderships skills, personal development and clay sculpting techniques. Wildflower Art Centre 3363 Spruce Drive SW. 403.249.3773 October 13, 20, 27, Nov 3 6:45pm – 8:45pm Ages 15-24yrs – No Cost. Click here to learn more >>
 
October 15, 2010

Volleyball Championships 2010 Midget and Juvenile Play Downs will re-scheduled to October 30, 31, 2010. Location will be at Kihew Asiniy High School, Saddle Lake Youth Centre. Click here to learn more >>
 
October 14, 2010

 
Injury Prevention Sports Injuries: Prevention & Management. Presented by: Khatija Westbrook - Associate Professor Mount Royal University. Time: Wednesday, Oct. 27th, 2010, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Location: Classroom : Y224 Mount Royal University. Learn more click here >>
 
October 12, 2010

Our ISCA October newsletter is out. Read October newletter here >>
 
October 7, 2010

 
Basketball Aboriginal Youth - Boys and girls. Midget and Juvenile. Registration Night October 8th, 2010, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary Renfrew Hangar 731 – 13th Ave NE. Contact: Katy Isaac @ 403.270.7379 Click here to learn more >>
 
October 5, 2010

We are in the process of creating a new section on our website. This section will be of news, events and announcements of aboriginal sports and related news from aboriginal communities in and around Alberta. If any community is interested or would like to learn more, please contact us.
 
Sept 21, 2010

 
Volleyball Championships 2010 Midget and Juvenile Play Downs. October 30, 31, 2010. Location will be at Kihew Asiniy High School, Saddle Lake Youth Centre. Deadline for registration is October 12, 2010. Click here to learn more >>
 
Sept 9, 2010
You are invited! We want you! All girls Squash day. All girls between 7 - 17 years old! September 25 and 26, 2010. Click here to see the invitation poster.
 
Posted Sept 5, 2010
We just launched our forum. Go to our forum to share ideas, suggestions, advice and opinions! Click here to go to our forum.
 
Posted Sept 5, 2010
Connecting Coaches Newsletter. This monthly newsletter is to provide resources and assistance to Coaches throughout the Province. This newsletter will be a joint venture with all 7 ASDC centres in the province contributing their knowledge and resources. Click here to learn more.
 
Posted Sept 1, 2010
Are you a Métis Youth between the ages of 20 – 30? Are you interested in a career in accounting or management? Do you want to be able to enroll in a management studies program at MacEwan University? Click here to find out more.
 
Posted Sept 1, 2010
The Power and Promise of Recreation in Aboriginal Communities Session will be held October 21, 2010 at the Jasper Park Lodge as part of the Alberta Recreation and Parks Association Annual Conference
. Click here to find out more.
 
Posted August 11, 2010
ACE Communities' idea for a series of music and dance projects in Albertan Aboriginal communities has quickly moved up the ranks for a $100,000 prize from Pepsi but we need your help! We now need everyone to both vote AND to spread the news. You can vote for the project ONCE A DAY, EVERY DAY, until August 31, 2010. Read more news and updates at
ACE Communities website here.
 
Posted July 30, 2010
Grant Opportunity!!!  Get some FREE training for yourself or someone in your community!!!Chevrolet Making Dreams Possible This fall, 50+ $2,000 grants will be awarded to community sport clubs across the country for coach training and development. For details
please click here for more info. The deadline for the next wave of applications is September 27, 2010.
 
Posted July 26, 2010
Issues concerning physical activity programs in Aboriginal communities. This is a useful reference aimed at increasing and enhancing physical activity opportunities for Aboriginal communities across Canada. Click here to download reference guide.
 
Posted July 15, 2010
The Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) is pleased to announce the National and Regional winners of the 2009 Tom Longboat and National Aboriginal Coaching awards.
 Click here to download the list of winners.
 
Posted July 14, 2010
NAIG 2010 Playdowns and Upcoming NCCP - Part B Clinics.
Click here to download schedules, list of sports and outline.
 
Posted July 12, 2010
Press Release NAIG 2011. Milwaukee 2011 NAIG withdraw from hosting the 2011 NAIG.
See press release I click here. See press release II click here. See confirmation letter click here.
 
Posted July 11, 2010
ISCA introduce Aboriginal Circle. The Aboriginal Circle is your one-stop shop to find information about programs, products, services, events, careers, news and other relevant information of interest to First Nation, Métis and Inuit people in Alberta. We are currently focussed on Alberta and national interests that affect Alberta’s Aboriginal community however we do expect to expand to the other provinces and territories as we grow. Click here to learn more about Aboriginal Circle.
 
Posted July 11, 2010
VOTE FOR ACE COMMUNITIES' PEPSI REFRESH PROJECT!! Pepsi Cola and Nike is funding a variety of community projects through their 'Pepsi Refresh Project Program'. Click here to learn more about the funding.
 

Posted July 10, 2010
The following is an update from the Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) and Alberta Recreation and Parks Association:

We are very pleased to announce that this year's ARPA Conference in Jasper will include a one-day pre-conference session focusing on recreation, arts, culture, and heritage in Aboriginal communities.  This session will be a full day one on Thursday, October 21.  For more info contact Janet: jnaclia@aceleaders.ca

Thank you to those who were able to join us this month for the Aboriginal Recreation Meeting hosted by ARPA and the ISCA. As you will see from the conference call meeting summary at the link below, information and resources relevant to those delivering aboriginal recreation and sports were shared. Please note the next conference call meeting will be held on THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 at 10:00 AM. Call in at 1.888.289.4573 using passcode 9374575#.  

The Indigenous Sport Council Alberta with its partners Alberta Recreation Facility Personnel Association and ARPA have held preliminary discussions with respect to developing further training opportunities for community staff in aboriginal communities. However, we need your input as to what training and development is required.

1) Is it training in the area of facility operations, management and administration?
2) Is it in the area of recreation leadership development?
3) Is it in the area of program development and delivery?

Please forward your thoughts/ ideas/ opinions to waynepage@shaw.ca.

 
Posted July 7, 2010
Press Release NAIG 2011. Milwaukee 2011 NAIG withdraw from hosting the 2011 NAIG.
See press release click here. See confirmation letter click here.
 
Posted July 5, 2010
ISCA "ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING" is Saturday July 10th at the "NATURBAHN TEAHOUSE" at the CANADA OLYMPIC PARK (COP) in Calgary Alberta; starts at 9:00 a.m. til 4:00 p.m.; There will be alot of VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION that will be handed out. Rooms have been blocked off at the "Sandman Inns and Suites" (403) 288.6033 (just across from the COP) on the TRANS CANADA HIGHWAY goin west towards BANFF!
ISCA AGM agenda for Saturday click here.
 

Posted July 2, 2010
16 sports event will be included at the North American indigenous Games 2011, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. The sports include: Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Canoeing, Golf, Lacrosse, Rifle Shooting, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tae Kwon Do, Volleyball and Wrestling.

 
Posted July 2, 2010
ISCA June newsletter is out.
Click here to read the newsletter.
 
Posted July 2, 2010
Team Alberta Native Basketball Championships 2010. The winning team for all the categories mentioned will represent Team Alberta at the 2011 North American Indigenous Games in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Deadline August 4, 2010.
Click here for more info.
 
Posted May 23, 2010
If any communities want to share thier "NAIG Cowichan 2008 or Olympic Torch" pictures; send them to us so that we can post them. Thank you Have a great day! To see our pictures, Click here.




 
Posted May 3, 2010
Thank you for all the speakers and everyone who attended our ISCA Conference in Red Deer. We had alot of fun. Hope to see everyone again in our next conference.
 
Posted April 19, 2010
Calling all Canadian girls and young women! Got something to say about the importance of sport and physical activity in reducing tobacco use? The Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) wants to hear from you. Click here to go to our download page for more info.
 
Posted April 19, 2010
2010 Breaker Charity Classic Golf Tournament July 31. Click here to see poster and more info.
 
Posted April 19, 2010
MECCS Open House & Annual General Meeting. Mother Earth’s Children’s Charter School (MECCS) is Canada’s only Indigenous Charter School.   Located just 35 minutes southwest of Stony Plain, Alberta, MECCS is located on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River in the former Saint John’s School of Alberta facility just across the Genesee Bridge. MECCS is now taking pre-registrations for Kindergarten to Grade 9 for 2010-2011! Click here to for more info.
 
Posted April, 2010
Are you an ambitious Aboriginal youth, 18 to 29 years of age, from Alberta who is curious about community leadership? Join the Alberta Aboriginal Youth Cohort Emerging Leadership Through a Wise Practices Learning Journey. Application deadline is April 15, 2010. Click here to go to our download page for more info.
 

Posted April, 2010
Capacity Building Through Recreation and Sports Conference - April 29 - May 1, 2010. Location will be at Red Deer Lodge, Red Deer, Alberta. Registration fees for adults: $150.00 Youth 18 and under: $75.00. For more information, click here.

 
Posted April, 2010
Conference topic descriptions now availalbe to view for April 30 and May 1. We have lots of topics to select from with exciting speakers. click here.
 
Posted April, 2010
"Sport Concussion Seminars"; if anyone is interested and is in any of these three (3) areas: Red Deer February 22nd , Lethbridge March 8th or April 12th. Contact Nicole Lemke @ sports medicine (780) 415-0812 or further information at www.sportmedab.ca/sport-concussion-semin ar-series. Or contact Bruce @ (780) 585-3343; email bruce@aboriginalsports.org if you want isca to host a seminar. Thank you
 
Posted April, 2010
31st Annual Blackfoot Invitational basketball tournament. April 29 - May 1, 2010. Feature most valuable player award, 10 all stars award per division. For more information, Click here to to see the poster.
 
 
Posted February 18, 2010
Our February newsletter is out. Please visit our website to read our newsletter.
 
Posted February 11, 2010
We, will be hosting a "Aboriginal Coaching Manuel (ACM) " in conjunction with our ISCA Conference; "Capacity Building through Recreation and Sport" Friday April 30th at the Red Deer Lodge. (min10 participants, cost $30.00) contact Bruce @ (780)585-3343 or email bruce@aboriginalsports.org ***Please note; the $30.00 cost is only for the ACM not the Conference.
 
PostedFebruary 11, 2010
Our 2010 winter newsletter is out. Lots of information and call for coaches, 2010 winter schedule for NCCP coaching clinics and more. For more information and read the 2010 winter newsletter, click here.
 
Posted February 11, 2010
"Sport Concussion Seminars"; if anyone is interested and is in any of these three (3) areas: Red Deer February 22nd , Lethbridge March 8th or April 12th. Contact Nicole Lemke @ sports medicine (780) 415-0812 or further info www.sportmedab.ca/sport-concussion-semin ar-series. Or contact Bruce @ (780) 585-3343; email bruce@aboriginalsports.org if you want isca to host a seminar. Thank you
 
Posted February 10, 2010
If any communities want to share thier "NAIG Cowichan 2008 or Olympic Torch" pictures; send them to us so that we can post them. Thank you Have a great day!
 
Posted February 2, 2010
"Capacity Building through Sport and Recreation Conference" Friday April 30 to Saturday May 1, 2010 at the Red Deer Lodge. Great Keynotes and presenters!! Keep dates open; register coaches, athletes, educators, leadership, moms, dads, uncles, aunties, fund raisers, etc.... It's going to be fun.
 
Posted February 2, 2010
Annual Open Contact Hockey Tournament" March 26 - 28 in Meadowlake Sask; call Louis Gardiner(306)833-2420. Includes a Womens Open Hockey also same dates.
 
Posted February 1, 2010
There are 28 people that have been wanting to get into our "facebook" fan, if you are one of these people? Please go directly to that facebook site and click on become a fan. Thanks
 
Posted February 1, 2010
Just a reminder that the ASC has extended their applications for the "Coach or Athlete" 2009 Sport Excellence Awards (SEA) until Friday February 5, 2010 @ 9:00 pm. EST. I have let your Board of Directors know so that they can too informed community members from their areas.
 
Posted January 24, 2010
We just launched our ISCA Blog. We will constanly making changes and updates to our blog. So, check us out and leave us with your comment. Goto our blog here.
 
Posted January 15, 2010
"Torch Relay" in some aboriginal communities today; if you would like to share please feel free to send us the infor with the name of the athlete and community so we can post in our website @ www.aboriginalsports.org
 
Posted January 11, 2010
Team Alberta Female and Male selection camp held in Hobbema; Friday January 22 nd registration, Saturday and Sunday try-outs. Contact arena for further information (780) 585-3771
 
Posted January 8, 2010
Just a reminder, that the "Aboriginal Sports Circle" (ASC) is still requesting for nomination of "Outstanding Athlete and/or coach for the 2009 Sport Excellence Award"; deadline is Friday January 29 @ 9 p.m. EST. Visit their website www.aboriginalsportcircle.ca for further information
 
Posted January 8, 2010
Hope everyone had a Happy and Safe Holiday, we look forward to meeting each and everyone that will be participating in our ISCA Conference in Red Deer In April, or up and coming "Aboriginal Coaches Manual" (ACM) or the "Team Alberta Male and Female Hockey Try-out Camp held will be held in Hobbema January 23 & 24, 2010.
 
Posted December 18, 2009
We, ISCA Board of Directors and Staff would like to wish all a very "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year".
 
Posted December 18, 2009
Try-outs for the National Aboriginal Hockey Chamionships (NAHC) for Team Alberta for both Male and Female (Bantam & Midget) will be held @ the 4 Nations arena January 23 & 24, 2010. Call (780)585-3771 for further information. Provide" CASH" registration fee (non-fundable)
 
Posted December 18, 2009
Our December newsletter is completed. Click here to read our December newsletter.
 
Posted December 8, 2009
Nominations for the Tom Longboat Awards and the National Aboriginal Coaching Awards are now open.Nominations must be postmarked on or before January 29, 2010. Nominations can be done online at www.aboriginalsportcircle.ca or if you have access to the forms themselves, complete the three steps required within each nomination form and mail to:

Aboriginal Sport Circle
Unit 7 - 34 McCumber Road North
Akwesasne, Ontario
K6H 5R7

or Fax at: 1-613-938-9181
 
Posted December 3, 2009
One of the Alberta Athlete that will be running with the Olympic Torch - she is from Siksika First Nation

ISCA
 
Posted November 25, 2009
We have uploaded more sports and event photos. See more of our photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/indigenoussport
 

Posted November 5, 2009 - Event closed

On the Move Workshops - Call for Host Communities Deadline: December 11, 2009 - EVENT CLOSED

On the Move is CAAWS' national initiative to increase opportunities for inactive girls and young women (ages 9-18) to participate in sport and physical activity. On the Move Workshops are half-day, interactive, issue-based sessions that provide an overview of the initiative, share best practices from across Canada, and provide "how-to" tips to increase the participation of girls and young women.

Appropriate for everyone from practitioners to policy makers, the workshops also provide an opportunity for participants to network and discuss collaboration and local action to make a difference in the lives of girls and young women in their community. Aboriginal communities interested in an On the Move workshop that highlights CAAWS’ Team Spirit: Aboriginal Girls in Sport and Aboriginal Girls On the Move projects are also encouraged to apply.

With support from the Public Health Agency of Canada, CAAWS will deliver a number of On the Move workshops across Canada from January to March 2010.

If you are interested in co-hosting an On the Move workshop in your community visit http://caaws.ca/onthemove/e/workshops/index.htm  to download information about submitting a Letter of Interest.

 
Posted November 3, 2009
The "Aboriginal Sport Circle" is once again deploying a call out for nominations of athletes and coaches for 2009 Sports Excellence Awards. Contact office for further information.
 
Posted October 27, 2009
The "True Sport Foundation" is accepting applications for the True Sport Community Fund. Grants in the amount of $5,000.00 or $25,000.00 are available in support sports programs that create access & promote inclusion for children & youth from aboriginal; low-income and new Canadian families; contact Rod Jacobs (613)236-9624 #222 at ASC
 
Posted October 27, 2009
Calling all coaches NCCP newsletter, it includes the Fall Schedule for 2009. Click here to read newsletter.
 
Posted October 21, 2009
Aboriginal Sports Circle (ASC) - Community Program Coordinator employment opportunity, work with Active Circle Program Support and GEN7 Support Program; relocate to Ottawa if selected for job; for further information contact our office (403) 202-6542
 
Posted October 20, 2009
We had had 33 people attend the "Calling All Coaches" meetings in Edmonton and Calgary. This is a start, the ISCA (we) will call another meeting after the AGM in Florida mid-November. Please if you attended provide information to other interested people from your community. Thanks
 
 
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Posted October 20, 2009
We are at the Calgary office if you ever in town come visit us at the OTCenter at the "Ice House". Just making corrections on our first monthly newsletter and we will send it out, if we have your email address or down load from our website; www.aborginalsports.org
 
Posted October 14, 2009
If you are wanting our ISCA first monthly (October) newsletter please contact office and we will get it out to you! Call (403) 202-6543 ask Trudy Yellow Fly
 
Posted Sept 30, 2009
ISCA address is: 88 Canada Olympic Rd CALGARY, AB T3B 5R5 Ted (403) 202-6539; Colleen (403) 202-6542; Trudy (Southern Rep) (403) 202-6543 Bruce (Sport Coordinator) (780) 585-3343 at Hobbema office.
 
Posted Sept 21, 2009
Job posting at the "Calgary United Soccer Association" for Adminstrative Assistant; for further information contact Patti@cusa.ab.ca or our our (780) 585-3343 to send you the information of position responsibilities.
 
Posted Sept 21, 2009
"Calling All Coaches" meeting reminder set for Saturday September 26th at the Carriage House Inn on McLead Trail beginning at 9:00 a.m. til 3:00 p.m. Please bring all interested coaching staff; coaches, managers, chaperones, parents/guardi...ans if they are needing information regarding the NAIG in Milwaukee for 2011; play downs, roles and responsibilities, etc.... call (780) 585-3343 for any further information.Read More
 
Posted Sept 21, 2009
"Aboriginal Coaching Manual" Learning Facilitator Training in Calgary, AB from Friday October 2 to Sunday October 4th, 2009; for further information contact our office at (780) 585-3343. All participants will need to have a COMPLETE LEVEL TWO.
 
Posted Sept 21, 2009
Your Invitation to the Alberta's First Recreation Leaders Summit; Thursday October 15 to Friday October 16th, 2009 in SYLVAN LAKE for more information contact our office at (780) 585-3343
 
Posted Sept 18, 2009
Reminder everyone Meeting tomorrow begins at 9:00 a.m at the Mayfield; need all interested coaching staff. Mission, Coaches, Managers, Chaperones and of course parents and guardians if they want information to share with thier community.
 
Posted Sept 14, 2009
North and Central "Calling All Coaches" meeting; set for this weekend at the Mayfield Inn from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Please contact office if you are going to make the meeting (780) 585-3343 or isca@telus.net
 
 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
   
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