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30 Different Chances to Win! 

I·SPARC is hosting a photo contest open to all ages and abilities.

The opportunity to win gift cards when you submit your photos to the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC) is now even easier!

As part of a unique project to get our youth moving, we’re looking for images of Indigenous youth engaging in cultural activities that encourage physical activity.

The I·SPARC photo contest is open to photographers of all ages and abilities. There are 27 categories to participate in, and the photos can be current or previously taken.

NEW: You can submit your photos by responding back to this email. If you have consent forms please send them with your photos, if you do not have any at the moment, you can still submit your photos! If your photo is selected as a finalist, in order to be considered for a prize you will be asked to submit a consent form within a given time period. 

I·SPARC will award $25 Visa gift cards to the winners whose photos will be used for the activity card set. The grand prize winners will also receive a printed set of the activity cards. Each photo submitted will also be entered into a draw for three prizes of $100 Visa gift cards – the more photos you submit, the more entries you receive for a chance to win.

Photo submissions must feature Indigenous school aged youth (K-7) participating in one of these categories: 
1. Berry picking
2. Building a fire 
3. Traditional dancing 
4. Walking / balancing on logs 
5. Carrying a baby / heavy item 
6. Helping Elders 
7. Pulling a Red River cart 
8. Stacking firewood 
9. Practicing archery 
10. Pulling a canoe
11. Hauling fish nets
12. Drumming
13. Smudging 
14. Tobogganing   15. Fixing a fish net 
16. Hanging fish 
17. Scraping hide 
18. Pulling cedar 
19. Fishing with a rod 
20. Hunting / fishing with a spear 
21. Playing lacrosse
22. Jigging 
23. Trapping  
24. Harvesting
25. Doing a somersault in the water
26. Floating in the water 
27. Doing a backflip in the water

There is no limit to the number of photographs one person can submit and all photos shortlisted are candidates to be used by I·SPARC in other promotional functions (social media, reports, posters, banners, website etc.).

The photo contest is now open and submissions will be accepted until May 6, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Contest Requirements:

  • Photographs must be original material (ie. taken by the you).
  • Photos must display Indigenous school aged youth (K-7) demonstrating the listed activities. 
  • All entries must include an image and photo caption. Consent forms will be asked for, only from the finalists once they are selected.
  • All photos must be submitted electronically as .jpg or .png files.
  • Photos should be approximately 1200×800 in size or 800×1200, a minimum of 300 DPI and 2 MB.
  • Photos are accepted using the form linked below (preferred), or they can be emailed to NEW: You can also respond to this email with your photos.
  • Digital files can be submitted in vertical or horizontal format. 
  • Content alteration is not acceptable, although cropping and tonal or colour corrections are permitted.Click the button below to find out more on how to submit your photos and to access the required consent forms

Click the button below to find out more on how to submit your photos and to access the required consent forms


Any questions or inquiries regarding the photo contest, please contact Kristi