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Thursday’s complete Sport Schedule – All Sports.. All Venues. Medals in Table Tennis, Short Track, Wheelchair Basketball

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09:00RingetteFemalePlayoff Round – Game 25 (L21 vs. L19) – NS vs SKCollicutt Centre
09:00Table TennisDoubles FemaleStage 2 – Encounter 400Westerner Park
09:00Table TennisDoubles FemaleFinals – Bronze MedalWesterner Park
09:00Table TennisDoubles FemaleFinals – Gold MedalWesterner Park
09:10Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-33AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:10Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-33BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:10Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-33CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:10Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-33DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:10Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-33EGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:10Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-33FGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:30Artistic SwimmingSolo FemaleFinal – B Flight – Free RoutineSport Centre (Calgary)
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34EGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34FGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
09:54Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 1-34GGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:00Table TennisDoubles MaleStage 2 – Encounter 400Westerner Park
10:00Table TennisDoubles MaleFinals – Bronze MedalWesterner Park
10:00Table TennisDoubles MaleFinals – Gold MedalWesterner Park
10:42Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:42Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:42Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:45Freestyle SkiingBig Air FemaleQualification – Jump 1Canyon Ski Resort
10:45Freestyle SkiingBig Air FemaleQualification – Jump 2Canyon Ski Resort
10:52Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:52Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:52Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:52Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
10:52Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 2-EGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
11:00Speed SkatingLong Track – Mass Start MaleFinals – Final SprintGreat Chief Park
11:00Table TennisDoubles MixFinals – Bronze MedalWesterner Park
11:00Table TennisDoubles MixFinals – Gold MedalWesterner Park
11:00Wheelchair BasketballMixConsolation Round – Game 22 (4A vs. 3B) – BC vs MBGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
11:30Artistic SwimmingSolo FemaleFinal – A Flight – Free RoutineSport Centre (Calgary)
11:30RingetteFemalePlayoff Round – Game 24 (L20 vs. L18) – AB vs NBCollicutt Centre
11:38Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 3-AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
11:38Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – Round 3-BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:00Freestyle SkiingBig Air MaleQualification – Jump 1Canyon Ski Resort
12:00Freestyle SkiingBig Air MaleQualification – Jump 2Canyon Ski Resort
12:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Final – REP Final EGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Final – REP Final FGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Final – REP Final GGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Final – REP Final HGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Final – REP Final IGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleRepêchage Final – REP Final JGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
12:30HockeyMaleRelegation Round – Game 32 – MB vs NBCentrium
13:00Table TennisSingles FemaleFinals – Bronze MedalWesterner Park
13:00Table TennisSingles FemaleFinals – Gold MedalWesterner Park
13:00Wheelchair BasketballMixConsolation Round – Game 23 (3A vs. 4B) – NL vs SKGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Heats – REP Final GGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Final – REP Final EGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Final – REP Final FGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Final – REP Final HGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Final – REP Final IGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Final – REP Final JGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
13:04Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleRepêchage Final – REP Final K Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
14:00Biathlon10 km Individual FemaleFinal – RaceRiver Bend Golf and Recreation Area
14:00Biathlon12.5 km Individual MaleFinal – RaceRiver Bend Golf and Recreation Area
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Beam FemaleFinal – BeamCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Floor FemaleFinal – FloorCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Floor MaleFinal – FloorCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Horizontal Bar MaleFinal – Horizontal BarCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Parallel Bars MaleFinal – Parallel BarsCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Pommel Horse MaleFinal – Pommel HorseCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Rings MaleFinal – RingsCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Uneven Bars FemaleFinal – Uneven BarsCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Vault FemaleFinal – VaultCollicutt Centre
14:00GymnasticsArtistic – Vault MaleFinal – VaultCollicutt Centre
14:00HockeyMalePlacement Round – 9th – 10th Position Game – NL vs PEKinex Arena
14:00Table TennisSingles MaleFinals – Bronze MedalWesterner Park
14:00Table TennisSingles MaleFinals – Gold MedalWesterner Park
14:30Freestyle SkiingBig Air FemaleFinal – Jump 1Canyon Ski Resort
14:30Freestyle SkiingBig Air FemaleFinal – Jump 2Canyon Ski Resort
14:30Freestyle SkiingBig Air MaleFinal – Jump 1Canyon Ski Resort
14:30Freestyle SkiingBig Air MaleFinal – Jump 2Canyon Ski Resort
15:00RingetteFemalePlayoff Round – Game 23 (W21 vs. W19) – MB vs QCDowntown Arena
15:00Wheelchair BasketballMixConsolation Round – Game 24 (5B vs. 4A) – MB vs NSGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:14Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:27Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:27Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:27Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
15:27Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleQuarterfinals – Quarterfinal DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:00HockeyMaleSemifinals – Game 34 – QC vs SKCentrium
16:00Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleSemifinals – Semifinal AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:00Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleSemifinals – Semifinal BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:06Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleSemifinals – Semifinal AGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:06Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleSemifinals – Semifinal BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:06Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleSemifinals – Semifinal CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:06Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleSemifinals – Semifinal DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:06Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleSemifinals – Semifinal EGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:06Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleSemifinals – Semifinal FGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:43Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleFinals – Final A (Primary)Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:43Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleFinals – Final BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:43Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleFinals – Final CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:43Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m FemaleFinals – Final DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:56Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleFinals – Final A (Primary)Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:56Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleFinals – Final BGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:56Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleFinals – Final CGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
16:56Speed SkatingShort Track – 1000 m MaleFinals – Final DGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
17:00Wheelchair BasketballMixFinals – Bronze Medal Match (L19 vs. L20) – NB vs QCGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
17:10Artistic SwimmingTeam FemaleFinal – Free RoutineSport Centre (Calgary)
17:30RingetteFemalePlayoff Round – Game 22 (W20 vs. W18) – BC vs ONDowntown Arena
19:00Wheelchair BasketballMixFinals – Gold Medal Match (W19 vs. W20) – AB vs ONGary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
19:30HockeyMaleRelegation Round – Game 35 – BC vs NSKinex Arena
19:30HockeyMaleSemifinals – Game 36 – AB vs ONCentrium

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2019 Canada Winter Games Chair Lyn Radford Wins STC Sport Event Volunteer of the Year Award

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From the Canada Games Council

Lyn Radford, Chair of the 2019 Canada Winter Games, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Sport Tourism Canada (STC) Sport Event Volunteer of the Year Award.

The presentation of the 2020 PRESTIGE awards, postponed from last year, were hosted virtually as a gala on-line production. The presentation was hosted by Olympian, World Cup medallist and CBC Broadcaster Kelly VanderBeek.

The STC Sport Event Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes the outstanding contributions of an individual’s volunteer efforts during the hosting of one or more sport events in Canada in 2019.

Lyn Radford Background and Accomplishments

-Lyn Radford served as the Chair of the 2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society from 2014 – 2019

-Lyn oversaw the leadership, planning, execution, governance, and fundraising of the 2019 Canada Games, while serving as the primary spokesperson for the organization

-She is the first singular female Chairperson of a Host Society in Canada Games history

Lyn has volunteered her time to other major events throughout Red Deer and Alberta including the following:

  • 2003, 2006 and 2007 Bid Committee member for Alberta & Western Canada Games
  • Committee member for 2013 Memorial Cup Bid
  • Chair of the 2006 Alberta Summer Games
  • Directed the 2010 Olympic Torch Celebration
  • Served as a Director for 1998 Alberta Winter Games
  • Served as a Director for the 2004 and 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
  • Served as a Director for the inaugural 2013 Tour of Alberta cycling race
  • Served as Capital Campaign Chair for Red Deer’s Ronald McDonald House
  • Founding member of both the Alberta Sport Development Centre – Central and the Red Deer Leadership Centre
  • Served on the Alberta Sport Connection as the Provincial Games Chair
  • Served as a Director on Red Deer College’s Board of Governors

Lyn has been recognized through various other awards including:

  • 2005 Alberta Centennial Medal for Volunteer Service
  • 2006 Toyota Never Quit Award
  • 2007 Mayors Award of Distinction for Volunteer Service
  • Red Deer’s 2009 Citizen of the Year
  • 2011 Women of Excellence Lifetime Achievement Award winner
  • Governor General of Canada 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
  • 2019 City of Red Deer Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2019 honorary bachelor of interdisciplinary studies degree
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“The 2019 Canada Winter Games were an incredible event that showcased our nation’s top amateur athletes and left behind a legacy of infrastructure, sustainability, and community pride in Red Deer. Lyn Radford was the driving force behind how successful these Games were, and we are grateful for the years of hard work and dedication she invested in the 2019 Canada Winter Games. The Canada Games are stronger than ever because of Lyn, and we’re thrilled that she’s being recognized for all of her accomplishments.”

Evan Johnston, Chair, Canada Games Council

“Congratulations to Lyn on being recognized  by Sport Tourism as the Sport Event Volunteer of the Year.  What a well deserved honor. Lyn has worked tirelessly as a volunteer for all of her adult life. No task is too small or too large for her to tackle. But the legacy of her volunteerism goes deeper than just her own involvement in a myriad of activities and events. She leads, motivates, encourages, cajoles and celebrates in such an infectious manner that the result is literally thousands of people who are giving back to their community because of her passion for commitment. The 2019 Canada Winter Games was just one of many opportunities for her to lead others to impact our community. I am sure all of the nominees have been involved in their events because of an intrinsic motivation to make a difference.  And Lyn was no different. Her motivation is never about self but about transforming community and people. During one day in the preparation for the Games, Lyn made an important presentation to our political leaders in the morning, helped with the orientation of volunteers in the afternoon and then was found hanging ornamental snowflakes from the light posts of main street in the evening. She exemplifies the saying ‘life is short-do stuff that matters-for and with others.”

Hugh McPherson, Vice Chair, 2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society

“Thank you to Sport Tourism Canada for recognizing the 2019 Canada Winter Games, and the hard work of our “force-to-be-reckoned with” Chair, Lyn Radford. This award recognizes the leadership, strength and fortitude demonstrated by our Chair, Lyn Radford and CEO, Scott Robinson, and the more than 5,000 incredible community volunteers. We made this once-in-a-lifetime moment ours, as individuals, as a community, and as a country in pursuit of possibilities. Congratulations Lyn on this prestigious award.”

Tara Veer, Mayor of Red Deer

About the Canada Games

Held once every two years, alternating between winter and summer, the Canada Games are the largest multi-sport event in Canada for up and coming amateur athletes. Each Games features two weeks of competition, between 16 – 19 sports, approximately 3,400 summer and 2,350 winter athletes, and over 4,000 volunteers. Hosted in every province at least once since their inception in Quebec City in 1967, the Games are proud of their contribution to Canada’s sport development system in addition to their lasting legacy of sport facilities, community pride and national unity.

The organization of the Canada Games is made possible thanks to the contribution and support of the Government of Canada, provincial/territorial governments, host municipalities and the Canada Games Council.

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2 years later the Canada Winter Games presents massive gift to Albertans

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From the 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund Society

2019 CANADA WINTER GAMES LEGACY FUND SOCIETY ANNOUNCE FINANCIAL LEGACY AND LAUNCH FUNDING APPLICATION PROCESS

 The 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund Society is pleased to share the details of the final 2019 Games legacy—a legacy fund of $650,000 designed to support not-for-profit sport and community organizations in the province of Alberta.

“The Legacy Fund Society is now accepting funding applications from Alberta-based sport and community not-for-profits until April 2,” said Guy Pelletier, Legacy Fund Society Chair. “Requests for funding will be reviewed based on their alignment with the values of the 2019 Games and accepted in four categories: athlete and coach or official development; infrastructure or equipment development or acquisition; sport development capacity building; and non-sport or discretionary projects.”

Not-for-profit sport and community organizations in Alberta are encouraged to review the Legacy Fund Society’s application form and criteria available online here. Organizations may also email [email protected] for a copy of the application form.

The original intention of the Legacy Fund Society was to disburse the financial legacy during one granting period; however, given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sport and community organizations, future grant allocation opportunities may be necessary. Applications for the initial funding opportunity are open until April 2, 2021, at midnight.

Today’s announcement builds on the numerous legacies the 2019 Games left in Alberta. These legacies include investing $14.5 million across five capital projects; acting as a catalyst for over $200 million in infrastructure projects in the region; distributing over $500,000 in sport equipment and assets to over 40 local and provincial sport organizations and not-for-profits; building a strong, trained volunteer base for future events; donating 3,000 pairs of mittens and toques, as well as thousands of meals, to the Mustard Seed; and supporting $110.3 million in economic activity in Alberta.

2019 Canada Winter Games Host Society

“Thanks to the sound planning and execution by our Board, volunteers and staff and the amazing support of our Funding Parties, sponsors, donors and community partners, we are thrilled to build on the legacies of the 2019 Games with a significant legacy fund,” said Lyn Radford, 2019 Canada Winter Games Board Chair.

Government of Canada

“The Government of Canada is proud of its contribution to the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer,” said the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage. “The Games not only allowed athletes from the region to perform in their hometown, but also gave all Canadians the opportunity to watch athletes and teams from across the country excel and make us proud. I congratulate the Host Society for ensuring that the legacies of the Games will keep having positive impacts for years to come.”

Government of Alberta

“I applaud the 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund Society for their excellent work in delivering this substantial legacy fund,” said the Honourable Leela Aheer, Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women. “Red Deer’s 2019 Canada Winter Games was a very successful and memorable event that gave an opportunity to Canada’s next generation of athletes to continue their sport development. The decision to share the legacy fund with the province’s non-profit sport organizations is commendable since it will provide further opportunities to support Alberta athletes in their development journey.”

City of Red Deer

“Red Deer is stronger for having hosted the 2019 Canada Winter Games. It ignited our community spirit, transformed our city through new and upgraded infrastructure, and it now brings us a legacy fund to continue to help future generations and community organizations with sustainable funding,” said Mayor Tara Veer. “We are grateful for the outstanding support from our partners, the corporate sector, our 5,000 incredible volunteers, staff and our community as a whole for positioning our city for a prosperous future in sport, culture, recreation and community life.”

Canada Games Council

“The 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer were a tremendous success. In addition to the infrastructure, sport programming, and social legacies of the Games, the Canada Games Council is thrilled to see the distribution of a financial legacy to benefit sport and culture in Red Deer and central Alberta,” said Evan Johnston, Chair of the Canada Games Council.

 

2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund

What is the 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund?

From February 15 until March 2, 2019, Red Deer and central Alberta hosted the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Hosting the 2019 Games left a lasting legacy of new and enhanced sport facilities, volunteer and leadership development and a financial legacy in the form of a $650,000 legacy fund. This legacy fund will be distributed to Alberta not-for-profit sport and community groups through a grant application process running from February 10 until April 2, 2021.

How can I apply?

Applications are being accepted online through a Google Form here. Online submissions require a Google account to access and complete. If you do not have access to a Google account and require a copy of the application form to fill out, please email [email protected]

Who can apply for funding through the 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund?

1. Applications will be considered from Alberta not-for-profit organizations that have a mandate for the development of sport locally, regionally or provincially and are affiliated with a recognized provincial sport organization in good standing. The Legacy Fund Society will not accept applications from individual athletes or coaches/officials; however, the Society will accept applications for athlete and coach/official development programs and organizations.

2. Applications will be accepted from Alberta community organizations for non-sport purposes and activities provided they build community capacity and reflect the values of the 2019 Canada Winter Games.

What information do I need to provide as part of the application process?

You are asked to provide:

1. Organizational information, including your organizational structure and business plan and/or financial statements;

2. A brief description of the project with an explanation of how the grant dollars will be spent, impact the community in a positive manner and how the project aligns with the 2019 Games’ values;

3. Motion from the applying organization’s Board of Directors approving an application for Legacy Funds and a statement outlining the process for the use of the funds and accountability protocol in place to ensure alignment with the application; and

4. Letters of support from all stakeholders impacted by the application or from organizations that will benefit from the grant and support the application. Up to five letters can be submitted.

Can I apply for a project that won’t take place until 2022?

Given the ongoing effects of COVID-19 on many organizations, applicants are permitted to apply for events or activities that may take place beyond 2021. The applicant must provide specifics as to the timeline for the use of grant allocations. Hold backs may be in place for deferred events/activities.

Can I make a funding request for on-going expenses?

Applications may be made for projects that will be expended over time. In these instances, the grant allocations may have a hold back pending confirmation of the ongoing need for future grant allocations. Organizations that are applying for funds to be expended in the future should identify the timelines for these expenditures.

Can I apply for funding for regular, operational costs?

All applications that meet the application criteria and demonstrate alignment with the 2019 Games’ values will be considered. This may include requests to fund operational costs. Requests to offset operating costs should demonstrate how that request provides for sustainable funding within their business model.

What is the maximum amount of funding that an organization may request?

There is no specific funding request maximum. The Legacy Fund Society will look to support as many projects as possible with meaningful grants.

What are the application categories?

Applications will be accepted in four categories: athlete and coach or official development; infrastructure or equipment development or acquisition; sport development capacity building; and non-sport or discretionary projects.

What is the 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund Society?

The 2019 Canada Winter Games Legacy Fund Society was formed in 2018 with the mandate to create a process to disburse the financial legacy of the 2019 Canada Winter Games to support not-for-profit sport and community organizations in the province of Alberta. While evaluating applications, the Legacy Fund Society will be guided by the values of the 2019 Canada Winter Games.

What are the values of the 2019 Canada Winter Games?

The values of the 2019 Games are:

1) Innovative – Surprising solutions;

2) Collaborative – Stronger together;

3) Sustainable – Future generations matter;

4) Frontier Spirit – Raise the barn;

5) Inclusive – Everybody’s in;

6) Authentic – True to our roots;

7) Tenacious – All stones turned.

Will there be another granting period in 2022?

The original intention of the Legacy Fund Society was to disburse the financial legacy in one granting period; however, given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sport and community organizations, future grant allocation opportunities may be necessary. The first granting period is open from February 10 until April 2, 2021. If another granting opportunity is available, a call for applications will be issued.

Where can I get more information?

If you have any questions regarding the application form or the application process, please email 2019legacyfu[email protected].

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