December 18, 2019
Season’s greetings and best wishes for the New Year from
the Board of Directors and employees at Sask Sport.
May this season bring peace, joy, health and more!  
Message from your fundraiser:
Don’t miss out on this weekend’s LOTTO 6/49 SuperDraw. In addition to the jackpot, there are five guaranteed prizes of $1 million on the Dec. 21 draw.

With Saskatchewan Lotteries, we all win! Proceeds from the sale of lottery products — such as LOTTO 6/49, LOTTO MAX and ZING tickets — benefit more than 12,000 sport, culture and recreation groups across Saskatchewan. For information on jackpots, games, winners and beneficiaries, see
18+ Please Play Responsibly 
New timeline celebrates evolution of Indigenous participation in sport, culture and recreation
Sask Sport, supported by the Indigenous Sport Leadership Council, is proud to unveil an interactive sport timeline.

The timeline celebrates and guides visitors decade by decade through the evolution of Indigenous involvement in sport, culture and recreation initiatives throughout the province. It also highlights the important partnerships created to help build programming, resources and funding for Saskatchewan communities.

Although much has been done, the work isn’t over. Together, we can contribute to the enhanced participation and sustainable growth.
Athlete of the Month Award
Sask Sport is wrapping up the year by celebrating the accomplishments of its two most recent Athlete of the Month recipients. 
In October, Courtney Hufsmith earned a silver medal in the 10-kilometre race at the Canada West Cross Country Championships. The win helped the University of Saskatchewan Huskies earn a team bronze medal. 
Saskatoon’s Euan Litzenberger medaled three times in November. The judo athlete, who competes in the 50-kilogram class, won a bronze medal at an event in Quebec that featured competitors from 16 countries. He followed that up with silver medals at competitions in Saskatchewan and Ontario. 

Sask Sport’s December Athlete of the Month recipient will be announced in January. 
Advanced Coaching Diploma
Registration deadline Dec. 31
Every athlete deserves an educated coach. The Advanced Coaching Diploma is the most extensive multi-sport training program offered by the NCCP in Canada.

The Advanced Coaching Diploma coaches are recognized as being among the most qualified coaches and leaders of Canadian athletes and sport programs competing provincially, nationally and internationally. This unique, multi-sport program is essential for Canadian coaches seeking the next step in their coaching careers.

The registration deadline for the next cohort is Dec. 31, 2019. If you’re interested in learning more about the program, email
Give the Gift of Sport

This holiday season, Give the Gift of Sport through KidSport So ALL Kids Can Play.

Donate before Jan. 6 to help children and youth in your community get off the sidelines and into the game in 2020.
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