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Helping Piece Together Athletic Success!

Ottawa's LTAD Leaders For Over 10 Years

"You not only impressed upon the parents, the huge role that nutrition has on competition but also on the boys. The refs, scorers and other parents asked after the semi-final match, "what did you feed those boys? - they sure have a lot of energy!!"
Coach of Fusion 15U Boys Volleyball Team

Adult and Youth
Charity Beach Volleyball Tournament Aug 15th

Sportscan is pleased to announce its inaugural charity beach tournament to raise money for the Des Walker Memorial Fund. This fund provides money to individual athletes and local sports groups to help athletes cover fees for competitive sports.

This years event will take place Aug 15th at the Ottawa Tennis and Lawn Bowling Club.

Register Today for our Multi Sport After School Program

A key principle with this program is to provide parents with an affordable program that encourages healthy active lifestyles through introducing children to a wide range of sports.

Our program focuses on the proper development of fundamental movement and physical literacy skills.

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Youth Multi Sport Summer Camps

Our program helps children learn new skills in a variety of sports, gaining confidence in ones abilities and fostering a lifelong love of physical activities among all participants regardless of their level of physical development and training experience.

Our camps provide a wide range of sports to help the development of all Fundamental Movement and Physical Literacy Skills.

Register for our 2015 Summer Academy

SportsCan Summer Volleyball Academy is now open for Registration.

Experience Ottawa's Top Summer Long Indoor and Beach Volleyball Program. Register before 2015 and you pay only 2014 prices.

Full Volleyball Academy
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Indoor Only Academy
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Beach Only Academy
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Physical Literacy is more than just Sports!

This video was created by the Canadian Sport for Life Alberta Community Recreation & Sport Work Group as part of a project funded by the Alberta Sport Recreation Parks and Wildlife Foundation to promote Physical Literacy and the Canadian Sport for Life Movement.

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Interesting Fact of the Week

Recent CHMS accelerometer data indicate that only an average of 7% of young people attain the recommended level of 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity per day, with 9% of boys and 4% girls engaging in the recommended 60 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity on at least 6 days per week.
(Source: Colley,R.C., Garriguet,D., Janssen,I., Craig, C.L., Clarke, J., & Tremblay, M.S. (2011). Physical activity of Canadian Children and Youth: Accelerometer data from the 2007to2009 Canadian Health Measures Survey. Statistics Canada, Health Reports, 22 (1), Catalogue no. 82-003-XPE).