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Canadian Lacrosse Association – The women’s field lacrosse coaching pipeline got a boost last month thanks to a learning facilitator training workshop organized by the CLA and made possible thanks to project funding received by the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation (CLF).
Eight participants, representing four Member Associations (British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Quebec), took part in the workshop on March 25-26, the first of its kinds offered since 2015. It was held at the Alberta Lacrosse Association offices and delivered by master coach developer Roxanne Curtis (Ontario).
“The number of qualified women’s field coaches in Canada will continue to grow thanks to the individuals that took part in this workshop,” said Jean-François Roy, Program Coordinator, Canadian Lacrosse Association. “These new learning facilitators are now certified to deliver community development and competitive coach introduction clinics for women’s field lacrosse.”
As part of the project, the Foundation also supplied each of the participating MA’s with a women’s field lacrosse starter kit, which included sticks, goaltender equipment, and portable nets. These kits will help facilitate coaching clinics and can also be used by MA’s to run introductory or recruitment sessions in their communities.
About the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation
The Canadian Lacrosse Foundation is a charitable organization established as an initiative of the Canadian Lacrosse Association to address the growth and long term health of lacrosse as Canada’s national summer sport. Through the management of an endowment fund, we provide financial resources to organizations that run charitable programs and activities that meet our mandate. The Foundation supports a variety of projects each year, with a focus on those that help celebrate and preserve the history of lacrosse; help educate and instruct lacrosse players, coaches and officials; and help provide opportunities for aboriginal persons, persons with a disability, and youth from underprivileged communities. For more information on the Canadian Lacrosse Foundation, visit
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Alain Brouillette
Communications and Marketing Coordinator
Canadian Lacrosse Association
Phone: 613-260-2028 ext. 302