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Emergency Relief Community Sport and Recreation Grant

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National Sport Trust Fund

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Safe Sport

Ontario Sport Network is committed to creating and promoting a safe and inclusive sport environment for all Ontarians. Safe Sport encompasses education, resources and program initiatives in the areas of concussion management, injury prevention, addressing maltreatment, mental health, accessibility, equity, diversity and inclusion.

Rowan’s Law

Ontario Sport Network will continue to make Ontario the leader in concussion management and prevention through the promotion of Rowan's Law and overall concussion awareness through partnership with leading organizations in this area and education and resources for all involved in sport.

Return to Sport

Ontario is currently in Step 3 of the Road to Reopening. Ontario Sport Network is working with the Province of Ontario and the sport sector to support the reopening plan for Ontario and it's sport and recreation organizations.

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Golf Ontario

The Golf Ontario (formerly the Golf Association of Ontario) as it is currently structured came into being in November of 2001, following the amalgamation of the Ontario Golf Association and the Ontario Ladies Golf Association. Prior to the amalgamation, the OGA and the OLGA had represented amateur golfers in Ontario for close to 80 years and had done an excellent job of building and promoting the game.

Featured NSTF Project

NBCC Donate for the Dock

The North Bay Canoe Club (NBCC) is a non-profit organization that has been providing paddling programs in North Bay, Ontario since 1968. Located in Armstrong Park on the Northwest shore of beautiful Trout Lake, the club offers introductory week-long youth day camps, summer-long canoe and kayak racing programs, and year-round training for serious athletes competing at national and international level. Evening adult programs are also offered during the summer months.

Raise money and in-kind donations to replace the North Bay Canoe Club's existing worn-out, 25-year-old dock with a new, robust, safe and accessible dock. Procurement and installation of a new dock, complete with decking, stalls for safety boats an accessible section for par athletes and plenty of room for launching canoes, kayaks and dragon boats.