CAAWS NEWS ARCHIVES

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS CS4L

CAAWS will provide mentoring and financial support to Ontario-based organizations interested in addressing the psycho-social factors that impact women and girls’ participation in sport and physical activity.

NATTRASS NAMED FLAGBEARER

June 26, 2014, Ottawa –Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) today announced that Dr. Susan Nattrass (Edmonton, AB) will be the Canadian Team’s Flag bearer for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

HENDERSON WINS WOMEN’S TOUR

June 25, 2014 – Team Canada’s Brooke Henderson kept the momentum going after the U.S. Women’s Open by winning the Canadian Women’s Tour stop at Legends on the Niagara’s Battlefield Course in Niagara Falls, Ont.

BOUCHARD AT WIMBLEDON

June 24, 2014 – Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard is the only woman to reach the semifinals in each of this year’s two Grand Slam events.

WOZNIAK QUALIFIES FOR WIMBLEDON

June 19, 2014 – Aleksandra Wozniak qualified for the main draw at Wimbledon on Thursday thanks to a 6-4. 6-3 win over American Melanie Oudin.

WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

Call for Interest – CAAWS is seeking strategic partnerships within the Canadian sport and physical activity system to support the roll-out of our newly revised Women and Leadership workshops. 

SAVE CBC SPORTS WEEKEND!

June 13, 2014 – If you care about amateur sport in Canada, read this and act.

BETH CRANE TOP OFFICIAL

June 11, 2014 – Sports Officials Canada (SOC) announced today that Skate Canada judge Beth Crane of Burnaby, B.C., has been named Canada’s top female official, winning the 2014 SOC Award of Excellence.

MICHELE O’KEEFE APPOINTMENT

Canada Basketball (CB) today unveiled a new organizational structure intended to help develop the domestic basketball community and continue to propel the national teams to world supremacy.

BOUCHARD IN FRENCH OPEN

June 5, 2014 -  Playing in her second career Grand Slam semifinal, Eugenie Bouchard (Westmount, QC) just missed out on her opportunity to become the first Canadian to ever reach a Grand Slam singles final.