On June 17, 2011, Canadian National Sledge Hockey and Paralympic Champions Graeme Murray and Ray Grassi will both be deliver an inspiring address on the importance of goal-setting, leadership, health and wellbeing on behalf of Motivate Canada’s Esteem Team.
Students at Ranchland Community School, in Calgary are gearing-up for what promises to be a compelling afternoon with 2010 Olympian Cheryl Bernard, on June 10 at 2:15 p.m. Bernard knows firsthand the challenges and perseverance required to obtain success.
Nous cherchons une femme AUTOCHTONE, MOTIVÉE, EXPÉRIMENTÉE et ORGANISÉE comme: Coordonnatrice du projet de leadership des jeunes femmes autochtones
Gen7 Messenger Mary Spencer est récipiendaire de 2011 Équipe Groupe Investors bourse Fonds d'athlétisme amateur.
Former GEN7 Messenger Jason Loutitt wins in Calgary. Jason Louttit shaved nearly five minutes off his 2010 time to win Sunday's Scotiabank Calgary Marathon.
With less than a week left until Motivate Canada’s National ACTIVATE Youth Leadership Forum May 11-15, youth from across the country are eagerly awaiting their chance to participate in this life changing opportunity.
Motivate Canada’s Esteem Team Athlete Kia Byers a dedicated canoe-kayaker is set-to speak with Regina students at Davin and St. Francis Community Elementary schools in Regina on May 11-12, 2011.
GEN7 Messenger Michael Auksi is currently in Saskatchewan for the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships on behalf of GEN7 and the Active Circle as an on and off-ice coach for the young athletes.