Partnering with Canada’s Hall of Fame to inspire our Generation Possible through the Indigenous Artefacts Talks program
At heart of the Calgary community sits Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, a charitable organization focused on building a better Canada through the transformative power of sport.
For 66 years, Olympians and notable sports figures have lined the walls of the Hall of Fame, inspiring our “generation possible” of tomorrow to dream big and recognize their own potential.
Representation is vital for youth to feel empowered to pursue their interests and that’s why the Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame – in partnership with Rogers – will be introducing the Indigenous Artefacts Talks program. Telling the stories of the challenges, obstacles and triumphs experienced by Indigenous sports figures, this program is helping youth discover their own potential.
Cheryl Bernard, CEO of Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame and Olympic Silver Medalist, tells us about the importance of representation in sport and how the Indigenous Artefacts Talks program will help enable youth to see themselves on the walls of the Hall of Fame.