SIRC at the 2017 Sport for Life Canadian Summit

The Sport for Life (S4L) Canadian Summit will be taking place from January 24-26, 2017 at the Hilton Lac-Leamy hotel in Gatineau-Ottawa and brings together leaders to enhance the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada. The 2017 Summit will feature more than 70 sessions from upwards of 100 presenters. The theme for this year’s summit revolves around “Nurturing Excellence” delivered...Read more

Interested in sport participation research? Join us at SCRI 2016

Conference Background In 2005, as part of the Sport Canada Research Initiative (SCRI), Sport Canada launched a joint initiative with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) called the Sport Participation Research Initiative (SPRI) . Sport Canada funds the initiative to better evidence the benefits of, and barriers to, quality sport participation with the aim of...Read more

9th Annual Sport Canada Research Initiative (SCRI) Conference – Engaging Sport Leaders, Policy Analysts and Researchers

Conference Background In 2005, as part of the Sport Canada Research Initiative (SCRI), Sport Canada launched a joint initiative with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) called the Sport Participation Research Initiative (SPRI) . Sport Canada funds the initiative to better evidence the benefits of, and barriers to, quality sport participation with the aim of...Read more

Join us for the 8th Annual SCRI Conference!

In 2005, as part of the Sport Canada Research Initiative (SCRI), Sport Canada launched a joint initiative with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) called the Sport Participation Research Initiative (SPRI). Sport Canada is funding the initiative to better evidence the benefits of, and barriers to, quality sport participation with the aim of improving Canadian...Read more

Improving your game

Is your short game in golf hindering your ability to close out games? Are your competitors dropping you on hills during races? In any competition, an athlete wants to go in well prepared in order to be able to accomplish his or her goals. However, some of us neglect to identify and correct our weaknesses and during competition, they can factor into the outcome you are trying to attain. If you...Read more

Accomplir le travail : les entraîneuses dans le sport

De la sportive occasionnelle à l’athlète Orientation sur les athlètes – Ces deux femmes ont mentionné que la réussite et l’atteinte des objectifs des athlètes sont une énorme motivation dans le cadre de leur travail. Cette motivation alimente leur désir de créer des programmes qui aident leurs athlètes et qui entraîne un besoin d’apprentissage continu. Il existe plusieurs programmes qui sont...Read more

Keeping the Momentum

Whether you’re planning a March break getaway or already thinking ahead to summer vacation, a little time away can be the highlight of your year. Travel typically involves departing from your daily routine which can include your workout or training schedule . Sometimes a break in training can be seen as a setback in the hard work you've put into reaching your fitness goals. Keeping up training...Read more

Poursuivre sa lancée

Que vous prévoyiez une escapade pendant la semaine de relâche ou que vous pensiez déjà aux vacances d’été, passer un peu de temps de repos peut être un moment fort de votre année. Les voyages impliquent habituellement de changer sa routine quotidienne, qui comprend peut-être un Allez-y, relaxez : Ne craignez pas de ruiner votre condition physique *; vous ne perdrez pas votre force ni votre...Read more

Celebrating #WHATSTHERE

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics were 17 days of jam-packed thrills expressed best in the slogan: #WEAREWINTER . The Games were filled with joyous moments, challenges, sportsmanship and national pride as we cheered on our Canadian athletes. There were plenty of great Olympic moments to be sure. The Dufour-Lapointe sisters took the top two spots in moguls; Alex Bilodeau and the women’s bobsleigh...Read more

Célébrer #CEQUIESTLA

Les Olympiques d’hiver 2014 de Sotchi nous ont présenté 17 jours remplis de sensations fortes qui se résument bien avec le slogan : #NOUSOMMESLHIVER . Les Jeux nous ont offert de nombreux moments de bonheur, des défis et des témoignages d’esprit sportif et de fierté nationale par l’entremise de la population qui encourageait les athlètes canadiens. En effet, nous avons connu de grands moments...Read more