Youth from across the country are gearing-up for Motivate Canada’s ACTIVATE 2011 National Youth Leadership Forum. This year’s exciting event will take place at Carleton University, in Ottawa from May 11 to 15 and is sure to be a success.

On April 15, 2011 Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board students are gearing-up to hear inspiring talks from ESTEEM Team athletes Tania Archer and Kyle Miller as part of Motivate Canada’s exciting new youth-led leadership program the “ESTEEM Team Wellness Workshops.”

Monde, trois fois champion de boxe Mary Spencer du Club de Windsor de boxe amateur défait Tiffany Hearn des États-Unis le week-end à une qualification aux Jeux panaméricains à Cumana, au Venezuela.

Three Canadian cities - Halifax, Hamilton and Regina - are currently competing to host the 2014 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG).

This job posting is, by intention, somewhat unorthodox. Reflecting the nature of the Working Together Initiative itself (please see attached 2 pager for more information on the WTI), we would encourage a range of individual with a broad range of skills and experience to apply.

Six dedicated youth from the North gathered in Ottawa on March 18th, 2011 to participate in a weekend of skill building, community needs development, cultural teachings and knowledge exchange at Motivate Canada’s first ever Northern Messenger Gathering.

Un dur comme athlète clous et une source d'inspiration pour nous tous. 16:9 Christina correspondant Stevens vous apporte l'histoire canadienne à l'intérieur sur la boxe phénomène Mary Spencer.

Motivate Canada’s ESTEEM Team is set to add a new Olympic champion to its roster of talented athletes and youth motivational speakers. Canadian Olympic curling silver medalist, Cheryl Bernard, is the latest member of the ESTEEM Team.

 

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