Recognizing Success and Resiliency

Manitoba Indigenous Sports
Hall of Fame & Museum

Sport for Social Change and Development

In response to the Government of Canada's commitment to Sport for Social Change and Development, the Manitoba Aboriginal Sports & Recreation Council has created both a Museum and Hall of Fame, that rightfully acknowledges the success and resiliency of Indigenous people living in Manitoba.

This virtual Hall of Fame and Museum make Indigenous success widely available and recognizable, especially for communities living in remote and rural Manitoba. Considering much of Manitoba's Indigenous population is young, this hall of fame and museum will prove a valuable tool in educating Indigenous youth about their own history, shaping, and creating a concrete path for the attainment of their own goals and ambitions.

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MASRC understands that empowering Indigenous people not only means supporting them through their journey in sport and recreation, but also celebrating the journey and the people involved. We recognize and honour, past and present, Indigenous (First Nation, Métis, Inuit) athletes, coaches, and volunteers throughout the year in various ways, and now in part through our virtual museum.

From elite to grassroots, everyone deserves to be recognized for the incredible contributions they bring to the Indigenous sport system and to providing recreation in communities across Manitoba.

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