A few important notes about the 2018-19 PWAD (Participants With A Disability) Grants:
In an effort to enhance the competitive base of Para-Nordic skiing and accessibility to programs, the 2018/19 PWAD grant will place a high priority on targeted recruitment of athletes, guides, coaches and support staff as well as new PN programs at clubs, to grow and expand the base of skiers and PN opportunities in Canada.
Primary Funding Priority Initiatives:
- Identification and targeted recruitment of new Para-Nordic athletes.
- Identification and training of new Para-Nordic coaches, guides and support staff.
- Growing Nordic ski club Para-Nordic programming and supports * new club programs (accessibility, training, programming)
Secondary Funding Priority Initiatives:
- Provincial PN programs coordination (PN dedicated staff and related expenses).
- Camps and Competition targeted for athletes in their first year or who have demonstrated they are on the podium pathway, as well as guides and coaches support for these athletes.
Tertiary Funding Priority Initiatives;
- Purchases of specialized equipment (property of the division).
Applications available on the CCC website.
Application deadline closes November 5th, 2018.
Sport Manitoba has been engaged by the 2017 Canada Summer Games Host Society to manage the Host Society’s legacy fund, resulting from the 2017 Canada Summer Games held in Winnipeg, Kenora, and Gimli.
Hosting the Games left a lasting legacy of new and enhanced sport facilities, volunteer and leadership development, along with a financial legacy, all of which will benefit athletes and the broader sport community in Winnipeg, Kenora, and Manitoba for years to come.
As determined by 2017 Canada Summer Games Host Society, and announced in June, the financial legacy of the Games created the 2017 Canada Games Legacy Fund with an investment of approximately 2.6 million dollars to be managed by Sport Manitoba and the designated trustees. With this fund, the 2017 Canada Summer Games and its lasting legacies can continue to be the catalyst for the growth of sport across Manitoba. The Fund named in recognition of the 2017 Canada Summer Games, will offer grants that support Sport Manitoba’s high-performance programs, athletes, coaches, community access, sport leaders, and organizations to increase their individual and/or organizational capacity.
Please visit our website for the 2017 Canada Summer Games Legacy Fund application process and guidelines. The deadline for the inaugural submission of applications is December 31, 2018.
If you have any questions please contact Laurel Read, Director, Finance & Operations at 204-925-5615 or email@example.com
The Cross Country Ski Association of Manitoba (CCSAM) invites you to attend the Annual General Meeting of Members.
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Sport For Life Centre – 145 Pacific Ave. Wpg, MB
Club Reports: For information sharing purposes only. Club reports will be shared with all AGM attendees and posted with other documents on the CCSAM website. If you would like your club report included please submit it to the CCSAM office no later than Wednesday October 24, 2018. Please submit your reports by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Your club report may consist of:
- Statement of the club’s 2017-18 membership, i.e. number of registered members/participants, number of Jackrabbits, number of registered coaches/instructors/tour leaders and their certification levels, etc.
- Description of club activities in 2017-18 i.e. programs offered, workshops coordinated, trips taken, facilities maintained, grants received, etc.
- Other club activities and any other information you would like to share.
AGM Voting: Each current Member Club* in good standing is entitled to 1 vote at the AGM. If the Club President is not able to attend the AGM then a club representative must present a 2018 AGM Proxy Form.
*Current Member clubs are clubs that registered with, and paid club/membership dues to CCSAM in the previous (2017-18) season.