The Alberta government recognizes that women and girls are under-represented in all areas of sport, as coaches, athletes, leaders, and administrators. To close the gender gap in sport, the Alberta government works with partners in the sport sector to build awareness, provide education and develop capacity so that sport is more representative and inclusive for women and girls.
Resources and partners
InMotion Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting physical activity for girls and women in Alberta. Their mission is to remove barriers and support girls and women in Alberta to participate and lead in sport and physical activity.
Canadian Women & Sport
Canadian Women & Sport offers a variety of Learning Opportunities for organizations and individuals that support women and girls to be active participants and leaders. This includes the Gender Equity LENS (PDF, 119 KB) framework which provides sport leaders and organizations an assessment tools to help make policy and program decisions that better serve women and girls in sport.
Connect with the Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Branch:
Email: [email protected]
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