The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s (TRC) Calls to Action #88 calls on all levels of government to take action to ensure long-term Indigenous athlete development and growth through continued support of the North American Indigenous Games. In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the TRC Calls to Actions call on all Canadians to take part in recognizing the past while building a brighter future for our future generations. To read all 94 Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action, click here.
Answering this call, the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games has developed legacy initiatives that will live on beyond the 2017 Games to support the importance of long-term athlete development, sport and physical activity within Indigenous communities and for future generations of Indigenous athletes.
Taking action to ensure positive futures through sport, culture and reconciliation. Learn more about the legacy campaign of the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games. Inspiring a generation – we are all #Team88.
Recognizing sport as an important pathway to reconciliation and creating tangible opportunities for all Canadians to engage, support and participate in building a strong future generation. Learn more about the legacy initiatives of #88.
Acknowledging sport, physical activity and culture as important vehicles in promoting overall wellness, the Toronto 2017 NAIG Community Tour will include stops across Ontario to connect communities in celebration of heritage, sport and youth.
Inspiring a generation while showcasing Indigenous athletes in a new light. Celebrate sport excellence and cultural heritage with the past, present and future athletes of the North American Indigenous Games.