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(Ottawa, ON – January 11, 2021) – Canadian Women & Sport’s “She’s Got It All” campaign highlights the challenges that continue to prevent women and girls from staying in sport. The latest feature highlights how a True Sport approach can help keep women and girls involved in sport.
One-third of Canadian girls drop out of sport during adolescence, according to the latest data from The Rally Report, presented by Canadian Women & Sport. “She’s Got It All” calls on Canada’s sport community to understand and adapt to the barriers faced by women and girl athletes.
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For parents trying to navigate through the mire of youth soccer this is a tale from the underbelly, Front Row Seat: Greed and Corruption in a Youth Sports Company, written by Stephen Griffin, details an extravaganza of opportunity that ended in sheer dishonesty.
This article is a review of a new book. Released on November 1, 2020, and reminiscent of a tell-all book, Stephen Griffin’s “Front Row Seat: Greed and Corruption in a Youth Sports Company” is a page-turner.
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Vital Information for players, parents and Coaches including the new Canada Soccer Concussion Policy which has been adopted by Ontario Soccer and Peel Halton.
Review the materials on Rowen's Law and your responsibilities under this provincial legislation