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Something has to change for coaches in Ontario. This study

Kingston coach Patricia Howes wins a provincial award

More gender diversity needed in coaching, provincial report

Rising cost of living, especially food prices, impacts youth

Other New Stories

Blue Mountain snowboard coach carves out provincial acclaim

COLLINGWOOD TODAY: A local snowboarding coach splits his time between his home in Burlington, his job in Toronto and his passion for coaching competitive snowboarding in Blue Mountain, and he doesn’t see that changing anytime soon.

Two local coaches win provincial awards

KINGSTON WHIG STANDARD: Two local basketball coaches, Taryn Turnbull of the Kingston Impact Basketball Club and St. Lawrence College Surge and Linda Tracey of Loyalist Collegiate and Vocational Institute, win an Ontario Coaching Excellence Award

Lo-Ellen’s Colin Ward to receive prestigious coaching award

SUDBURY STAR: Colin Ward, Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School’s highly accomplished track and field, cross-country and Nordic ski coach, will add another award courtesy of Hydro One and the Coaches Association of Ontario this week.

Brampton cricket coach wins top provincial coaching honour

BRAMPTON GUARDIAN: Oswald Jones received the Ontario Coaching Excellence Award

Ringette coach recognized with top provincial coaching honour

NORFOLK AND TILLSONBURG NEWS: Tillsonburg ringette coach Rebecca Turrill was recently presented an Ontario Coaching Excellence Award from Coaches Association of Ontario, Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, and Hydro One

Hydro One teams up with coaches group for grant program

ORILLIA MATTERS: Hydro One teams up with coaches group for grant program

Hydro One, Coaches Association of Ontario launch new Indigenous hockey coaching grant

MISSISSAUGA NEWS:The grant will provide funding for expenses such as equipment, travel and training

#SheCanCoach campaign aims to fight idea that women can’t coach

CBC NEWS: Only 30% of all coaches in Ontario are women, according to the Coaches Association of Ontario