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Evan Chamakese, Pelican Lake First Nation

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Wheelchair Basketball Canada (WBC) is proud to host the 2014 Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championship (2014WWWBC) June 20-28, 2014 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. To ensure this milestone event serves as a legacy for future generations of athletes in Ontario, WBC is launching an official Schools Program on Friday February 28, 2014 at the Rick Hansen Secondary School in Mississauga, Ont. 
The Schools Program is designed to educate teachers and students about the sport of wheelchair basketball and encourage youth, with or without a disability, to be physically active. The launch will feature a demonstration game and students will have the opportunity to try the sport for themselves alongside the top up-and-coming players in the country. 

Wheelchair Basketball Canada (WBC) is proud to host the 2014 Women’s World Wheelchair Basketball Championship (2014WWWBC) June 20-28, 2014 at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. To ensure this milestone event serves as a legacy for future generations of athletes in Ontario, WBC is launching an official Schools Program on Friday February 28, 2014 at the Rick Hansen Secondary School in Mississauga, Ont. 

The Schools Program is designed to educate teachers and students about the sport of wheelchair basketball and encourage youth, with or without a disability, to be physically active. The launch will feature a demonstration game and students will have the opportunity to try the sport for themselves alongside the top up-and-coming players in the country. 

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Active Circle Communities

Seine River First Nation and Fort Frances Friendship Centre, Ontario

With the support of GEN7 messenger Kent Brown, the community is planning activities for youth and young girls.


Katarokwi Native Friendship Center, Kingston, Ontario

The community is working with Gen7 Messenger Josh Sacobie around regular visits and events with the youth and the center.


Pelican Lake First Nation, Saskatchewan 

The community's youth council has been planning and implementing a number of activities including a girls only program, outdoor sports and leadership training.


Aboriginal Sports and Recreation Circle of Newfoundland and Labrador

The ASRCNL is working with CAAWS and Motivate Canada on the You Go Girls program in 7 communities.

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