The NBASRA is proud to announce that Chief George Ginnish to Eel Ground First Nation has accepted the voluntary role of Honorary Captain for Aboriginal Team NB.
Team NB Mission Staff Mtg #1- Sept. 27-28, Miramichi
Oct 1-4 NAIG M2 Chef de Mission Meetings, Regina, Sask
Aboriginal Coaching Module:
Oct. 12th – Eel Ground School @ 8:30am
Nov. 23rd – Sport NB Summit, Crowne Plaza (F'ton) @ 8:30am
The Aboriginal Team NB Sport Tryout Schedule in under the GAMES section of our website. Then simply select the 2014 North American Indigenous Games drop down menu to access the Aboriginal Team NB tryout schedule. * There is a $20 tryout fee and bring proof of id and Indian Status.
The NBASRA is honoured to announce the Team New Brunswick Mission Staff that will be attending the 2014 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Mission Staff will provide administrative support to the members of Team New Brunswick before and during the international multi-sport event, to be held July 20-27, 2014. The 2014 NAIG will [...]
The NBASRA will be posting more information on the 2014 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) after the M1 Chef de Mission Meetings which will be held in Regina, Saskatchewan on April 3-5, 2013. We will soon be asking for coaches and managers to submit applications. Information regarding the 2013 New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport Hall of [...]
Former Chief Jesse Simon (Elsipogtog) has been selected as an Aboriginal Apprentice for the 2013 Canada Summer Games aboriginal apprentice Program with the Team New Brunswick Wrestling program. The mentorship program presents a unique opportunity as NB has extending this program for 2-3yrs after the Canada Games in order to ensure that the coach achieves experience and certification. [...]
New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Authority (NBASRA) has granted Tobique First Nation permission to host the 2013 New Brunswick Indian Summer Games. For more information please visit the GAMES section of the our website.
The NBASRA and Lacrosse New Brunswick (LNB) will move forward as equal partners. LNB will provide the technical expertise and the NBASRA will provide both the cultural side and a link to the First Nation communities. For more information please view the Lacrosse Section of our website.
The NBASRA Funding Model II application submission was approved by the Government of New Brunswick. The funding will be used for the following initiatives: NBASRA Board Meetings and Annual General Assembly (AGA) Administration Aboriginal Sport Hall of Fame New Brunswick Indian Summer Games Aboriginal Sport Participation Grant Program
November Bear showed everybody how it was done when she competed in the Softball Toss, one of the seven events in the June 14 Mah-Sos School Field Days whose theme was the London Olympics. Robert LaFrance The full article is available in the GAMES section of our website.
The 2012 New Brunswick Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Authority’s N.B. Indian Summer Games are being hosted by Eel River Bar First Nation on August 8-12. Good luck to all participating First Nation communities, athletes, coaches and community managers.
Shelby Arsenault, Laurie Baikie, Laurie, Kaylie Belanger, Samantha Belanger, Tianna Caplin, Jamie Carpenter, Lucy Francis, Madison Gould, Chantelle Julien, Tory Kuhn, Adree Lynds, Mariah Nevin, Chloe Perley, Symone Perley, Taylor Peters, Karla Pierro, Rebecca Ramey and Simon Nevin (Head Coach).
Daniel Curnew, Zach Moody, Kirkland Bernard, Leon Knockwood, Dakota Knockwood, Ivan Knockwood, Simon Johnson, Dakota Bernard, Aaron Prosper, Wekatesk Levi, Joey Morrison, Misel Googoo, Brett Caplin, Harley Francis, Ryan Francis, Isaiah Francis, Justin Paul, Devon Johnson, Quinn Marshall, *MacKanzie Brown, Jordan Bennet, Aaron Small and Levi Denny (Head Coach).