ABORIGINAL SPORT CIRCLE

ASC … the national voice in sport, fitness, culture and recreation pursuits for the Aboriginal peoples in Canada!


















The Aboriginal Sport Circle is Canada’s national voice for Aboriginal sport, which brings together the interests of First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples. Established in 1995, the Aboriginal Sport Circle was created through a national consensus-building process, in response to the need for more accessible and equitable sport and recreation opportunities for Aboriginal peoples.

News!

  • May-29-2017: The CSHoF Class of 2017 – Gaylord Powless, Mohawk lacrosse player (external link).
  • May-28-2017: Awards doled out at Celebration of Sport Excellence (external link).
  • May-23-2017: Fred Sasakamoose and Ted Nolan concerned about future of aboriginal hockey (external link).
  • May-16-2017: GEN7 encourages Aboriginal youth to live, and encourage others to live, an active and healthy lifestyle through sport, physical activity, and other means.(external link).
  • May-11-2017: Manitoba wins double gold at 2017 NAHC (external link)
  • May-11-2017: University of Alberta new 'Indigenous Sport and Recreation Certificate' this fall. (external link)
  • May-10-2017: Check out the "2017 World Indigenous Basketball Challenge" Facebook Page!
  • May-5-2017: National Aboriginal Physcical Activity and Wellness Conference MAY 10 – 12, 2017 (PDF)
  • May-1-2017: Additional information on the June-2017 AGM
  • May-1-2017: Canada 150 fund provides financial support to 150th anniversary of lacrosse event (external link).
  • May-1-2017: Aboriginal Long-Term Participant Development Pathway Workshop (external link).
  • Apr-21-2017: 2017 NAIG (external link)
  • Apr-1-2017: 2017 Annual General Meeting June 17-18 Toronto airport area. (additional details).