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Sport NB presents

2010 Sport Summit Ramada Plaza Palais Crystal Palace – Dieppe

November 12th &13th Registration deadline: Friday, October 29th

Sport NB is pleased to offer this exciting educational forum, and professional development opportunity. The 2010 Sport Summit for Provincial Organizations will provide you with valuable information and insight on the issues facing your organization. This opportunity will be of interest to board members, executive directors, and members who work closely with the Provincial Organizations, as well as those who have a vested interest in changes in the sporting community, new funding initiatives and managing your organization to its fullest potential. Don’t miss out on New Brunswick’s foremost gathering of sport leaders this year.


Friday, November 12th Sport NB Sport Summit

11:30 – 1:00 pm

1:30 – 3:00 pm

Registration – Sport NB Sport Summit

Planning for future success : an analysis of New Brunswick’s Sport Performance

This discussion will present information collected in a study of the 2009 Canada Games coaches which identified the shortcomings and successes of Team NB at the 2009 Canada Summer Games, It is based on a questionnaire and interview survey with the head coaches and associate coaches of each team representing New Brunswick at the Games. The results showed that there are obvious gaps in the NB sport system especially in the areas of athlete development, coach support, and setting measurable goals while competing at the Canada Games. Based on these findings and observations, recommendations were developed to make those teams competing at the Canada Games more competitive. 3:15 – 4:45 pm

Athletics New Brunswick’s journey into integration of athletes with a disability

Athletics New Brunswick (ANB) has aggressively been developing Athletics (also known as track and field) for athletes with a disability (AWAD). Our objective is to gives athletes with disabilities the opportunity to compete in the sport of athletics for physical well being, socialization and at provincial, national, or the international level. Athletics being the Paralympics sport that includes the most types of disabilities, ANB welcomes people with all types’ disabilities such as visual, cerebral palsy, paraplegia, multiple sclerosis, amputation, cystic fibrosis and many others. Whether athletes are ambulatory or use a wheelchair, they can participate in many of the events offered in track and field. In New Brunswick alone we now have over 13 athletes with disabilities competing in Athletics (for the last 20 years we only had one.) 7:00 pm

Keynote Address – How is this disabled?

This talk will take the audience through various examples of so-called “disabled sport” with an objective of having the audience conclude that what we are really talking about is simply “sport”. Through the use of video and photos the audience will be exposed to a variety of these “disabled” sports and hopefully conclude that really we are just talking about “sports” – no qualifiers needed! The second part of the talk will focus more on the benefits of integration and will discuss integration paying particular attention to the future of sports for athletes with disabilities and how we are at a crossroads where PSO’s and MSO’s need to take a leadership role in aiming for inclusive sport or the sports system itself will never change.


8:00 – 10:00 pm

Wine & Cheese

Held at McGinnis Landing the wine & cheese is an opportunity to network with other sport leaders.

Saturday, November 13th Sport NB Sport Summit

9:00 - 10:30 am

Scared of Wheels?

This presentation will focus on the seemingly omnipresent fear of disability found in the “regular” sport system. A brief history of “disabled” sport will be used as a backdrop to posing the question of where “disabled” sport should be in the 21st Century. This presentation will highlight the absence of mandated inclusion policies and the effect that has had on the development (or lack of development) of “disabled” sport. Finally some concrete (and cheap!) ways to promote inclusion within your PSO will be discussed

10:45 - 12:15 pm

Sport NB Annual General Meeting

Symposium for Provincial Organizations, Sport and Recreation Branch Department of Wellness, Culture and Sport

12:00 – 1:15 pm

Luncheon

Join the Director of Sport and Recreation for lunch and an update on changes in the Department, recent achievements and future directions.

1:30 – 2:15 pm

Official Languages Program (NEW!)

Provincial sport organizations must be able to provide their memberships with services in both official languages. This requires a commitment and willingness by every organization to implement English and French in their day-to-day operations and to ensure continuity over the long term. Learn what resources are available to help your organization move towards bilingual service provision.


2:30-3:30 pm

Sport Plan for New Brunswick – Year 3 Report Card

A report on the state of sport in New Brunswick. What progress has been made towards achieving New Brunswick’s sport plan goals? There is no registration fee to attend the Sport and Recreation Branch Symposium. Preregistration is requested through Sport New Brunswick’s “Sport Summit” registration procedure. Delegates planning to attend the Symposium are encouraged to take advantage of the entire Sport Leadership Summit and the Pitney Bowes Sport Awards while in Dieppe. Provincial organizations will be eligible for reimbursement of a portion of their travel expenses incurred to send representatives to the symposium.

Stay and join us for the 18th Annual Pitney Bowes Sport Awards An evening of recognition for our provinces best amateur athletes, coaches, and volunteers as well as those that have made a significant contribution to sport. Cocktail reception begins at 6:00 pm, followed by award presentations.


Registration Form – 2010 Sport Summit & Symposium for Provincial Sport Organizations Name: __________________________________________________________________________________ Organization: _________________________________________________________________________ Address:________________________________________________________________________________ Email:_____________________________________ Telephone:_______________________________  Sport Summit one day: $50  Sport Summit two days: $75  Pitney Bowes Sports Awards: $50  Student: $30/day  Symposium for Provincial Sport Organizations Only: Free

Total: ________________  Cheque enclosed

DEADLINE October 29th 2010 There is no registration cost to attend the Symposium for Provincial Sport Organizations. Pre-registration is requested by way of completing the appropriate section found in the Sport Summit registration form. Delegates to the Symposium are encouraged to take advantage of the Sport Summit and the Pitney Bowes Sport Awards while in Dieppe. Provincial organizations will be eligible for reimbursement on a portion of their travel expenses incurred to send representatives to the Symposium.


Submitting Your Registration Form There are 3 methods to register: 1. Mail the completed form with a cheque or money order to the contact below. 2. E-mail or Fax the completed registration form and mail the cheque or money order to the contact below. 3. Phone Sport NB (contact below) to register and mail the cheque or money order. Cancellation Policy Registrants may withdraw from the conference up to November 7th, 2010. A refund, minus a cancellation fee of $25.00 will be issued for any cancellations on or after November 7th, 2010 there will be a 50% refund. How to Contact Us

Sport NB c/o Lindsey Sparkes 900 Hanwell Road, Suite 13 Fredericton, NB E3B 6A2 Tel: 506-451-1341 Fax: 506-451-1325 Reserve Accommodations Ramada Crystal Palace 506-858-8584 or 800-561-7108. Group Name - Sport NB.


Directions Travelling from Fredericton 1. Head southwest on Regent St/NB-101 S toward Dundonald St

go 130 m total 130 m

2. Take the 1st left onto Dundonald St

go 17 m total 140 m

3. Continue onto Beaverbrook St About 2 mins

go 1.1 km total 1.2 km

4. Continue onto Forest Hill Rd About 2 mins

go 850 m total 2.1 km

5. Turn left to merge onto Fredericton Bypass/NB-8 N toward NB-105/Miramichi Continue to follow Fredericton Bypass About 2 mins

go 1.9 km total 4.0 km

6. Continue onto Riverside Dr/NB-105 S Continue to follow NB-105 S About 28 mins

go 41.0 km total 45.0 km

7. Turn left to merge onto NB-2 E About 1 hour 16 mins

go 112 km total 157 km

8. Take exit 446 for NB-128 toward Moncton Centre/Riverview

go 450 m total 157 km

9. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Berry Mills Rd/NB128 E and merge onto Berry Mills Rd/NB-128 E Continue to follow NB-128 E About 6 mins

go 6.6 km total 164 km

10. Turn left to merge onto Wheeler Blvd/NB-15 E toward Shediac/Sackville About 6 mins

go 8.3 km total 172 km

11. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto NB-15 E About 1 min

go 650 m total 173 km

12. Take exit 10 toward Rue Paul Street

go 240 m total 173 km

13. Turn right at Rue Paul (signs for Rue Paul Street) Destination will be on the right About 1 min

go 450 m total 173 km


Travelling from Edmundston 1. Head northeast on 44 Av toward Rue 22

go 260 m total 260 m

2. Turn right at Boulevard Monseigneur Numa Pichette About 2 mins

go 800 m total 1.1 km

3. Turn left at Boulevard HĂŠbert/NB-120 E About 1 min

go 61 m total 1.1 km

4. Turn right onto the Trans-Canada Highway 2 ramp to Frederiction

go 350 m total 1.5 km

5. Merge onto NB-2 E About 4 hours 38 mins

go 426 km total 428 km

6. Take exit 446 for NB-128 toward Moncton Centre/Riverview

go 450 m total 428 km

7. Keep right at the fork to continue toward Berry Mills Rd/NB128 E and merge onto Berry Mills Rd/NB-128 E Continue to follow NB-128 E About 6 mins

go 6.6 km total 435 km

8. Turn left to merge onto Wheeler Blvd/NB-15 E toward Shediac/Sackville About 6 mins

go 8.3 km total 443 km

9. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto NB-15 E About 1 min

go 650 m total 444 km

10. Take exit 10 toward Rue Paul Street

go 240 m total 444 km

11. Turn right at Rue Paul (signs for Rue Paul Street) Destination will be on the right About 1 min

Travelling from Miramichi 1. Head east on King George Hwy toward Macknight St About 2 mins

go 1.9 km total 1.9 km

2. Turn left at NB-11 S (signs for NB-8 S/Fredericton/Moncton) About 2 mins

go 600 m total 2.5 km

3. Turn right to merge onto NB-11 S/NB-134 N/NB-8 S toward Fredericton/Moncton Continue to follow NB-11 S About 1 hour 24 mins

go 122 km total 125 km

4. Merge onto NB-15 W via the ramp to NB-11 S/Moncton/Sackville About 13 mins

go 20.0 km total 145 km


5. Take exit 10 toward Lewisville Rd

go 280 m total 145 km

6. Turn left at Lewisville Rd (signs for NB-132/NB-106/Dieppe)

go 130 m total 145 km

7. Continue onto Rue Paul Destination will be on the right About 1 min

Travelling from Bathurst 1. Head east on St George St toward Main St/NB-134 N

go 42 m total 42 m

2. Slight right at Main St/NB-134 N About 2 mins

go 1.2 km total 1.2 km

3. Turn left at Bridge St/NB-134 N About 1 min

go 750 m total 2.0 km

4. Take the 3rd right onto Miramichi Ave/NB-134 N About 2 mins

go 1.6 km total 3.6 km

5. Merge onto NB-11 N via the ramp to NB8/Campbellton/Miramichi About 1 min

go 1.3 km total 4.8 km

6. Take the ramp onto NB-8 S About 50 mins

go 72.9 km total 77.8 km

7. Continue onto NB-11 S/NB-134 N Continue to follow NB-11 S About 1 hour 21 mins

go 119 km total 197 km

8. Merge onto NB-15 W via the ramp to NB-11 S/Moncton/Sackville About 13 mins

go 20.0 km total 217 km

9. Take exit 10 toward Lewisville Rd

go 280 m total 217 km

10. Turn left at Lewisville Rd (signs for NB-132/NB-106/Dieppe)

go 130 m total 217 km

11. Continue onto Rue Paul Destination will be on the right About 1 min

Travel Subsidy Representatives of provincial organizations attending the Symposium for Provincial Organizations are eligible for a portion of the travel expenses to be reimbursed by the Department of Wellness, Culture and Sport.


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