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The Sport Information Resource Centre

OTTAWA, April 20, 2021. With the announcement of Budget 2021, the Government of Canada continues to recognize the important role sport and physical activity play in the lives of Canadians today and going forward.  SIRC thanks the government for the important new investments that are in place to support the sport sector for years to come.

Sport contributes to the mental and physical health of Canadians and Budget 2021, with a focus on active recovery, identifies several key areas of focus where sport provides key support for individuals as well as builds stronger communities. From encouraging youth participation to building community sport programs, we are working towards a safe and healthy return to play.  The added emphasis on job creation and employer funding will further help the sport sector engage young professionals and Canadians throughout the recovery.  We are united as we work together.  Learn more

Thank you to the Honorable Chrystia Freeland, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister; the Honorable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage and the Honorable Adam Van Koeverden, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth and to the Minister of Canadian Heritage (Sport) for their tremendous support.

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About SIRC

The Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC), is Canada’s leader and most trusted partner in advancing sport through knowledge and evidence. SIRC is committed to engaging with organizations and individuals involved in the development of sport, recreation and physical activity in Canada and around the world, to enhance the capacity of our shared community to foster growth and the pursuit of excellence. SIRC is a not-for-profit organization, incorporated in 1973 and funded in part by the Government of Canada.

Media contact:

Peter Morrow
Communications Specialist
Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC)
613-231-7472 (SIRC)