Community Consulting

What We Offer

Visiting communities is at the heart of what we do as an organization. We love to meet with any and all community members throughout Manitoba that are helping build sport and recreation.

Each community consulting visit may include:

  • Meetings with Chief & Council, education, health and community volunteers
  • Facilitate or lead gym classes
  • Facilitate or lead afterschool sessions for youth in the sport or activity that the community requests
  • Connecting communities with provincial sport organizations
  • Connecting recreation leaders with training, mentorship, and program opportunities
  • Connect communities with coaching opportunities
  • Helping develop and create sports and recreation programs, leagues, or teams
  • Helping to develop Long-Term Athletic Development pathways for community programs & initiatives
  • Follow-up visits to build relationships with communities

*This program is great for communities that currently do not have Physical Education teachers, or have a lack of experienced teachers.


Want us to come visit your community?

Click here to apply to have us visit your community or organization.

We can connect your community with provincial sports organizations, partner to bring sports camps, or visit to help assess your community capacity.

Click here to complete our Community Capacity Checklist

We'll use the collected information to assist in community trip & program planning, and to assist in your community's initiatives if needed.

Click here to complete a Recreation Leader profile

Be added to our contact list of recreation leaders, and be the first to know about program, networking, and training opportunities.



Cadin Dupasquier

Indigenous Community Sports Consultant

Phone: 204-942-6615



Kaelei Knutson

Indigenous Community Sports Consultant

Phone: 204-942-6615


*All programs will be dependent on COVID-19 guidelines and health regulations.

COVID-19 Protocol

Visit our events page to stay up-to-date on upcoming events, programs, and community visits!

We would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through Sport Canada, a branch of the Department of Canadian Heritage, and the Aboriginal Sports Circle.
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