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The National Indigenous Coaching Awards are delivered annually in partnership with the
Coaching Association of Canada. These awards were developed to recognize the outstanding
commitment and contributes of Indigenous coaches to sport in Canada.

As a program of the Aboriginal Sport Circle, the National Indigenous Coaching Awards provide a
forum for acknowledging the participation and profile of Indigenous coaches in Canada and
their tremendous impact on sport development from community level participation to elite
level competition. The Awards include a male and female category.

“The Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) is proud to work the Coaching Association of Canada in
presenting this important award for the fourth year running. The nominated Indigenous
coaches represent achievements that deserve recognition, not only for what they provide to
their game, but what they provide to their communities and to Indigenous children, youth and
athletes in general. The ASC looks forward to the ceremony in November and celebrating the
winners.”

Rob Newman, ASC President

“As a National Coaching Certification Program certified coach, I know first-hand the work and
dedication coaching demands. There are many paths that people take to coaching but there is
one commonality: passion. The National Indigenous Coaching Awards recognize that passion
and celebrate the nominees and winners’ success on the field, in their communities and, most
importantly, in the hearts of those they coach. It is a personal honour to be a part of the
Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC) and to work with the Coaching Association of Canada to provide
the national recognition these Indigenous coaches so truly deserve.”

Matthew Tapper, Chief Executive Officer, ASC

For the 2022 program year, all nomination packages will be forwarded directly to the Aboriginal
Sport Circle, where a National Selection Working Group will determine the national recipients
for the male and female category. The two national recipients will be presented their Awards at
an awards gala hosted by the Coaching Association of Canada.

Application Information

Applicants must complete a nomination package and submit it to the Aboriginal Sport Circle on
or before the application deadline of July 22, 2022 at 11:59 pm E.S.T. (Ottawa). The application
form can be completed here:
https://aboriginalsportcircle.wufoo.com/forms/z11lm3us12a59ug/

MEDIA INQUIRIES:
communications@aboriginalsportcirlce.ca