Community of Coal Harbour

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  1. 21 community sport programs in B.C. receive funding

    2010 Legacies Now is making sport more accessible for people throughout the province by supporting projects ranging from the development of a speed skating program for at-risk youth in Kamloops to the launch of a girls' skateboarding program in Armstrong.

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Related Highlights

  1. Quatsino First Nation received $1,000 from the Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund for a youth sport program.

  2. Quatsino First Nation received $1,000 from the Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund to purchase new sport equipment.

  3. Mount Waddington Regional District received $15,000 from Measuring Up to improve accessibilty and inclusion for people with disabilities.

  4. The Mount Waddington literacy task group received $110,000 from Literacy Now Communities to improve literacy in the area.

  5. Coal Harbour Community Club received $2,000 from the Local Sport Program Development Fund for the Raincoast Aikiaki program.