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In the lead up to the 2010 Winter Games, 2010 Legacies Now worked with the Four Host First Nations Society and numerous Aboriginal communities and organizations to develop sport participation, healthy living, and other opportunities for youth throughout British Columbia.
Our sport funding programs provide more opportunities for Aboriginal youth to make healthy living choices and support those who aspire to become high-performance athletes in the future.
We celebrate the unique aspects of Aboriginal culture and achievement through the Aboriginal Sport Gallery.
Our legacies continue to benefit communities throughout BC. View a list of our past and present Aboriginal programs below. You may also find programs relevant to you by sorting using User Group and/or Category of program.
Aboriginal Sport Gallery
2010 Legacies Now and its partners have created a new Aboriginal Sport Gallery at the BC Sports Hall of Fame to honour the unique contributions Aboriginal people have made to BCs sport heritage.Learn more
Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund
The Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy Fund supports programs which encourage BC's Aboriginal to participate in physical activity and sport.Learn more
Aboriginal Youth Sports Challenge
From 2006-2007, the Aboriginal Youth Sports Challenge engaged young Aboriginal athletes in a day of inspiration, competition and fun.Learn more
Vancouver 2010 Aboriginal Youth Legacy Program
The Vancouver 2010 Aboriginal Youth Legacy Program will support education, sport, culture and sustainability initiatives for Aboriginal youth across Canada beyond the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.Learn more