Recommended Sport Newsletters
Lethbridge Sport Council
We would like to share with you a list of e-newsletters that come to our inbox, to help your sport organizations, staff, and volunteers receive sport information and resources relevant to community sport. You can have access to sports news and information as it happens. Stay connected to sport virtually by signing up for e-newsletters to get your daily/weekly/monthly dose.
Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport: What Coaches Need to Know
Mary Cain, a former record-breaking phenom, made a different type of headline when she spoke up about the pressure she faced to lose weight that caused her to disappear from the running scene (Cain, 2019). Cain’s willingness to speak up started a social media movement that brought to the public’s attention the cost of under-fuelling to an athlete’s physical and mental health.
Active Living Alliance Disability Tip Sheets
Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability
Tip Sheets Provide Information about Disabilities and Conditions to Help Leaders in the Physical Activity, Recreation and Sport Sectors Be Inclusive
Online NCCP modules in Alberta
Whether you’re new to coaching or a seasoned veteran, the National Coaching Certification Program offers opportunities to enhance coaching journey.
Build Your Coaching Pathway
Coaching Association of Canada
The CAC offers many pathways to becoming a successful coach in Canada. Choose the one that leads you to your goals.
Keeping Girls in Sport
Coach.ca, Canadian Women & Sport, Respect Group
Keeping Girls in Sport is an online program that teaches coaches and youth activity leaders how to create engaging sport and physical activity programming for girls.
Coaching Kids of All Abilities
Coaching Kids of All Abilities is an online resource that helps coaches and youth activity leaders create inclusive sporting environments for kids of all abilities.
Sport Safety for Coaches
Coaching Association of Canada
As of April 1, 2020, all Sport Canada-funded organizations are mandated to have training in safe sport available to everyone under their immediate authority.
Canadian Sport Policy 2012-2022
Endorsed by Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ministers responsible for sport, physical activity and recreation
The current Canadian Sport Policy, effective from 2012 to 2022, sets a direction for all governments, institutions and organizations to make sure sport has a positive impact on the lives of Canadians, our communities and our country.
Long Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity - 3.0
Sport for Life
This resource provides a framework for the development of every child, youth, and adult to enable optimal participation in sport and physical activity. The objective of the framework is to promote both sporting excellence at the highest international level and life-long engagement in health-enhancing physical activity. This third edition brings a number of important updates and enhancements.
What Sport Can Do True Sport Report
This report is intended to enable communities, policy makers, and business leaders to see the tremendous potential that lies within our community sport system and to catalyze new approaches that will put this potential to work for Canadians.
Guide to Administrative Fair Play
Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada
The Guide is organized as a twelve-part checklist where different administrative “fair play” elements are explored, expanded, and explained. Each element is assorted with a list of questions which suggest to sport administrators some of the best practices in management, as they should be applied specifically in the context of sport
Alberta Sport Action Plan 2019-2029
Active Alberta Policy 2011-2021
Government of Alberta
Active Alberta will inspire Albertans to become more active every day, through sustainable, province-wide activities that generate awareness and motivate action through collaboration.