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July 2017

One Year to Go - 2018 BC Summer Games

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July 19 marked one year to go to the 2018 BC Summer Games in Cowichan.

The Board of Directors have begun the planning to welcome up to 3700 participants to the Cowichan Valley next summer.  The entire Valley is involved and will play a role in creating exceptional competitive opportunities for the athletes and memorable experiences for all participants, volunteers, and the community.

 

Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games Legacy

Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games

At Abbotsford City Hall on July 21st, the Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games handed out $150,000 to community projects including facility upgrades and the establishment of an endowment fund to support school-age athletes, teams, and programs in the community.

Steve Carlton, Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games President, stated, “The Abbotsford 2016 BC Summer Games were a tremendous success for many reasons. We are extremely grateful for the generosity of our corporate and community partners. We are delighted to be able to leave such a sizeable and permanent legacy of the Games in Abbotsford.”

 

Team BC - 2017 Canada Summer Games

Team BC

Team BC is sending a contingent of 455 athletes, coaches, managers, and mission staff to represent British Columbia at the 2017 Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg.

BC Games alumni feature prominently and represent 57% of the team. 216 athletes have previously competed at a BC Winter or BC Summer Games with an additional 25 coaches, 12 managers, and 6 mission staff members who are also alumni. Alumni bring with them the valuable experience of previously competing at multi-sport Games.

BC Games alumni will be presented with a special recognition card and pin at the 2017 Canada Summer Games to symbolize their significant achievement.

 
 

viaSport and You Can Play

viaSport

viaSport is leading the B.C. sport sector to create a culture of awareness and inclusivity, and You Can Play is an organization dedicated to ensuring equality, respect and safety for all athletes, coaches, volunteers, and spectators, regardless of sexual orientation and/or gender identity or expression. This partnership is the first of its kind in Canada, and B.C. is the first province to partner with the You Can Play Project.

“viaSport is honored to partner with You Can Play and is committed to ensuring that all British Columbians are given a fair and equitable opportunity to participate and thrive through sport,” said Sheila Bouman, Chief Executive Officer of viaSport. “Canadians value the right for gender self-determination and we need to ensure that our sport sector in B.C. reflects those same values. No matter your gender identity, sexual orientation, or gender expression, we want sport to be inclusive for everyone in our province.”

 
 

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Welcome new Minister and Parliamentary Secretary

BC Government

Welcome to the new Minister of Tourism, Arts & Culture the Honourable, Lisa Beare, and to Parliamentary Secretary for Sport and Multiculturalism, Ravi Kahlon. 

On behalf of the BC Games Society, we look forward to working with both of you in support of sport in the province.

 

Olympic Day

Olympic Day

Olympic Day was celebrated on June 9 at the Richmond Olympic Oval.  The BC Games was excited to be on site to give hundreds of kids the excitement and experience of wearing a medal and standing on the podium. 

Best wishes Goldie

Best Wishes

Best wishes to our long time friend, Bruce Goldsmid as he retires from BC Alpine Ski after 37 years at the helm as Executive Director.   The BC Games Society salutes you Goldie!

 

Venues Span the Cowichan Valley

Sport Venue

Next July 2018 athletes from across the province will put their competitive training to the test at the 2018 BC Summer Games.  Public and private sport venues across the Cowichan Valley will host the 18 sports for three days of competition.  See the Sport Package and venues here.

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