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About Indigenous Sport Council Alberta

Information pertaining about us, our background, strategy and goals.

Executive Summary

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta), ISC(A), is a registered non-profit provincial multi-sport organization that represents all First Nation, Metis and Inuit Youth in the Province of Alberta. The ISC(A) Board of Directors is comprised of 9 members representing the North, Central and South Regions of Alberta.

Vision Statement

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) based on the strong foundation of our people, culture and tradition, creates unity through recreation and sport. The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) promotes recreation and sport programs and leadership training opportunities at all levels. The Council supports and assists individuals at compete and succeed at higher levels of competition. The Council is recognized as a leader at the Provincial and National levels.

Our Mission

  • Provide and support understanding and good will of Indigenous peoples’ cultures.
  • Raise the standard of fitness of the Indigenous people of North America.
  • Improve the participation in physical, recreational and amateur sport of the Indigenous people of North America.
  • Provide a basis of leadership and personal development for athletic and cultural participants.
  • Stimulate and complement programming that enhances health, responsibility and personal growth.
  • Provide for an ongoing legacy to continue these objectives without further dependence on public funds.

Executive Summary

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta), ISC(A), is a registered non-profit provincial multi-sport organization that represents all First Nation, Metis and Inuit Youth in the Province of Alberta. The ISC(A) Board of Directors is comprised of 9 members representing the North, Central and South Regions of Alberta.

Vision Statement

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) based on the strong foundation of our people, culture and tradition, creates unity through recreation and sport. The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) promotes recreation and sport programs and leadership training opportunities at all levels. The Council supports and assists individuals at compete and succeed at higher levels of competition. The Council is recognized as a leader at the Provincial and National levels.

Our Mission

  • Provide and support understanding and good will of Indigenous peoples’ cultures.
  • Raise the standard of fitness of the Indigenous people of North America.
  • Improve the participation in physical, recreational and amateur sport of the Indigenous people of North America.
  • Provide a basis of leadership and personal development for athletic and cultural participants.
  • Stimulate and complement programming that enhances health, responsibility and personal growth.
  • Provide for an ongoing legacy to continue these objectives without further dependence on public funds.

Our Ambassadors

  • Ashley Callingbull
  • Wacey Rabbit
  • Rilee Manybears
  • Strater Crowfoot

Newsletters

To view all of our newsletters take a look here: https://us19.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=3a2e24757bfc6a8e131b765c6&id=1218b8cecb

ISCA STAFF


Executive Director
Jacob Hendy

iscaexecdir@gmail.com


Administrator
Dana Cross

isca.inquiries@gmail.com


Chantell Widney

(Urban)
(780) 668-0755
isca.urban@gmail.com


Sport, Recreation, and Physical Activity Coordinator for Urban Indigenous Communities/People of Alberta

Devin Buffalo

(South)
(780) 364-0993
isca.south@gmail.com

Sport, Recreation, and Physical Activity Coordinator for Edmonton surrounding communities and the Southern Communities of Alberta

Richard Goodswimmer

(North West)
(780) 524-7517
isca.nw1@gmail.com

Sport, Recreation, and Physical Activity Coordinator for Northwestern Alberta

Brad Sparklingeyes

(North East)
(780) 210-7015
isca.northeast@gmail.com

Sport, Recreation, and Physical Activity Coordinator for Northeastern Alberta


Executive Committee

Shannon Dunfield - Chair
Stephen Okemow
Trudy Yellowfly

Board Members North

Shannon Dunfield - Chair
Stephen Okemow
Audrey Redcrow

Board Members Central

Rodney John
Matilda Roasting
Vacant

Board Members South

Trudy Yellowfly
Jolyne Watson
Al Blackwater

Currently Available Positions at ISC

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Our Partners and Sponsors



Shoe Giveaway

The ISCA would like to thank the ASAA for partnering with us in providing this great opportunity to our Alberta Indigenous youth!



Thank you to all our partners and sponsors who donate various items, including sport camps and other items!
    Provincial Sport Organizations that donated Camps
  • Alberta Basketball
  • Alberta Hockey
  • Alberta Football
  • Ringette Alberta
  • Softball Alberta
  • InMotion Network
  • InMotion Network
  • Alberta Lacrosse Association
  • Boxing Alberta








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Executive Summary

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta), ISC(A), is a registered non-profit provincial multi-sport organization that represents all First Nation, Metis and Inuit Youth in the Province of Alberta. The ISC(A) Board of Directors is comprised of 9 members representing the North, Central and South Regions of Alberta.

Vision Statement

The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) based on the strong foundation of our people, culture and tradition, creates unity through recreation and sport. The Indigenous Sport Council (Alberta) promotes recreation and sport programs and leadership training opportunities at all levels. The Council supports and assists individuals at compete and succeed at higher levels of competition. The Council is recognized as a leader at the Provincial and National levels.

Our Mission

  • Provide and support understanding and good will of Indigenous peoples’ cultures.
  • Raise the standard of fitness of the Indigenous people of North America.
  • Improve the participation in physical, recreational and amateur sport of the Indigenous people of North America.
  • Provide a basis of leadership and personal development for athletic and cultural participants.
  • Stimulate and complement programming that enhances health, responsibility and personal growth.
  • Provide for an ongoing legacy to continue these objectives without further dependence on public funds.