Canada has some interesting initiatives for Women these days through CAAWS - CAAWS is a national non-profit organization dedicated to creating an equitable sport and physical activity system in which girls and women are actively engaged as participants and leaders.
Locally we have ProMOTION Plus is the British Columbia organization for girls and women in physical activity and sport. It . . . → Read More: Women’s Health and Floorball
BC Floorball and *NEW education platform The Floorball Academy are proud to announce their first Youth Floorball Hockey League in partnership with Semiahmoo Minor Hockey and the successful Semiahmoo Minor BallHockey League.
Read the news on semiahmoo minor hockey site and semiahmoo minor ballhockey site.
The New Minor Floorball Hockey League will be part of a network of . . . → Read More: Semiahmoo FloorBall Hockey League
GoGirls! Floorball is the IFF project aimed at helping to increase and promote the participation of girls and women in floorball throughout the world.
BC Floorball aims to provide guidance on the different challenges faced by girls in obtaining access to participation in sport, and to help break down those barriers within the Floorball family.
For more information . . . → Read More: GoGirls! Floorball project launched!
BC Floorball started a Floorball development partnership program with the City of Surrey in 2012, and enlisted help and assistance from Point 8 Training and Development, whose leading programs for kids sport and recreation led to the successful I AM GAME initiative across all Surrey Rec Centers.
Floorball was quickly embraced by Sport programmers who had . . . → Read More: City of Surrey- A Model of Floorball Excellence
Gold Medalist Patrick Anderson- 2013 Nominee for IPC Male Athlete of the Year
An exciting new era in North American Wheelchair Hockey has begun, as Team British Columbia, representing Canada took to the Floor at the ParaGames in Breda, Netherlands. This is the first North American team to go compete internationally in this great new sport.
Locally, . . . → Read More: Wheelchair Floorball at ParaGames