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Post-Concussion Syndrome in Sport: What You Should Know

September 21, 2022 by  
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Article: Post-Concussion Syndrome In Sport: What You Should Know Sep 21, 2022 | Article, Concussion, Wellness Article from SIRC (Sept. 21/22) by Kerry King, Connect Speech Therapy Sport-Related Concussion has become recognized as a major health problem that affects millions of people around the world annually (Wang et al., 2016). In Canada, sport and recreational activities account for a […]

National Coaches Week – Say Thanks Coach

September 19, 2022 by  
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Saturday, September 17th is the start of National Coaches Week! Coaches can diversify their coaching knowledge with FREE or discounted NCCP education from September 17-25. Learn more about the opportunities and all that is going on across the country this week at https://coach.ca/national-coaches-week. Each year, thousands of people across Canada take part in National Coaches Week to say #ThanksCoach […]

Believe Student Leadership Opportunity – Get Your School Involved NOW!

September 15, 2022 by  
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OFSAA FALL 2022 BULLETIN NOW HERE

September 15, 2022 by  
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The latest issue of the OFSAA Bulletin Magazine is here! We have the 2022 spring championships and festivals covered. Be sure to check out the fun team championship photos and all of the winning results from events which occurred in May and June across the province. Interested in our 2022-23 championship and festival event calendar? […]

Let’s Talk About Concussions – NCCP Making Head Way Concussion eLearning Series

September 15, 2022 by  
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Did you know? The best way to prevent concussions is to talk about them. As a coach, it’s your role to talk with your team about concussion awareness and to take the mandatory concussion course for all NBIAA coaches: https://coach.ca/making-head-way-concussion-elearning-series… Le saviez-vous? En tant qu’entraineur, c’est votre rôle de parler avec votre équipe de la […]

ISF – SHE RUNS 2022

September 15, 2022 by  
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­­­­ ­­­She Runs – Active Girls’ Lead 2022 is Here! Discover & Follow the Event With delegations arriving throughout the day, the 2022 edition of the ISF event She Runs – Active Girls’ Lead has officially begun. The largest international event promoting schoolgirls’ participation and leadership in and through sport will see participants engage in a variety of […]

NBIAA/ASINB Job Posting – Apply NOW!!

JOB POSTINGAdministrative Assistant About the New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association (NBIAA)The NBIAA is the governing body of high school sports, where we create, promote and facilitate positive sporting experiences in an educational environment in the province of New Brunswick. We are an association made up of 76 public and private member schools and offer 16 […]

BCSS – Request for Proposal Championship Apparel

Request for Proposal-Championship Apparel BC School Sport is seeking proposals for a Championship Apparel Provider.  Please refer to the attached document for RFP details.  Submission Deadline is August 31, 2022. Please direct any questions or inquiries to Jordan Abney, Executive Director jabney@bcschoolsports.ca Apparel RFP.pdf Apparel RFP.pdf

NBIAA-ASNIB Job Posting – Administrative Assistant

JOB POSTING Administrative Assistant About the New Brunswick Interscholastic Athletic Association (NBIAA)The NBIAA is the governing body of high school sports, where we create, promote and facilitate positive sporting experiences in an educational environment in the province of New Brunswick. We are an association made up of 76 public and private member schools and offer […]

OSN Launches The Officials Program: No Ref, No Game

OSN Launches The Officials Program: No Ref, No Game Become a Ref. Stay a Ref. To be a sport official is to view the sport from angles that emphasize integrity, fairness and decisiveness in an environment that does not always exude the same values. The Ontario Sport Network “Officials Program” aims to address and bring […]

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