FREE Coach Training: Strategies to Build Self-esteem and Engage Young Females in SportFREE Coach Training: Strategies to Build Self-esteem and Engage Young Females in Sport Join us...
NWT SOCCER SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTORNWT SOCCER SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 2023-05-10 Position: Executive Director Term: Full-Time Salary: $70,000-80,000 Location: Yellowknife...
Sport North Federation holds Board meeting in InuvikSport North Federation’s Board of Directors and Staff conducted its quarterly Board Meeting in Inuvik...
NWT Soccer 2023 Annual General MeetingFor More Information Contact: Lyric Sandhals (867) 444-4833 firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE Coach Training: Strategies to Build Self-esteem and Engage Young Females in SportFREE Coach Training: Strategies to Build Self-esteem and Engage Young Females in Sport Join us June 13th from 12:00-1:...
NWT Sport Hall of Fame
1974 Yellowknife Junior Merchants (2013)
The 1974 Yellowknife Junior Merchants were the first team from the Northwest Territories to win a National Competition.
In August 1974, this team came together to travel to Ottawa, ON to compete in the first-ever Canadian Junior Men`s Softball Championships. Despite a lack of confidence before their first game, the team came out with a win defeating New Brunswick 10-2. Their confidence started to build as they continued their streak to place first in the red division moving on to the double elimination playoff.
Although the team took the long route to the finals, due to a...
Territorial Sport Organizations of the NWT
KidSport Canada is a Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association (RCAAA), registration number: 86212 5986 RR0003, and a qualified donee in accordance with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
All donations made in the Northwest Territories stay in the Northwest Territories. Your contribution to KidSport NWT will help a child in the NWT play a season of sport. Your donation is an investment in children and youth. Thank you for helping them to develop healthy lifestyles, stay physically active, and to acquire life and sport skills.