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"The Active Circle is a family, I feel like I'm part of something. I feel really supported in the work that I do."

Evan Chamakese, Pelican Lake First Nation

The Active Circle’s programs database aims to provide information about physical activity initiatives in Canada and to inspire leaders who want to start a program in their community.

Hey athletes! Becoming a coach is a great way to stay involved with your sport after you retire. Get involved today! Find out what opportunities exist in YOUR sport:

Our tot, pre-school and beginner programs provide children with a wide range of music and fun movement, fostering the development of social interaction, co ordination, self-awareness, and confidence.

I Belong Here is a program to support self identified First Nations, Metis and Inuit Students

September 13 to October 16, 2013 - Garden River First Nation Territory, ON

Ottawa's Only Street Dance Studio

Five young Yukoners are being recognized through the Outstanding Youth Achievement Awards (OYAAs).

September 18, 2013 - Ottawa, ON

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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