Sports for Everyone!
We believe that people of all ages and abilities have a right to lead healthy, active lifestyles! A great way to be active is to participate in our sport programs which focus on developing physical literacy. Our goal is to help you find your passion for sport and develop the movement skills so you can be active all your life. View programs
Developing Children and their Love of Sport
Give your child the skills and confidence to enjoy sports all their life. We offer 13 different sports to try. Program options include parent participation, learn-to, and skill development.
We teach physical literacy and fundamental movement skills in all our sport programs. That's why you'll see children practicing fundamental movement skills such as throwing, jumping, skipping and running in our learn-to classes.
Our sport programs follow Sport Canada's guidelines and focus on physical literacy and active living. Our instructors are trained in first aid, High Five: Principles In Healthy Child Development, and they are also trained in Fundamental Movement Skills through the National Coaching Certification Program. View programs
Play Your Favourite Sport
Sports are an excellent way to stay fit and connect with others. We offer learn to play, recreational and competitive play programs in a variety of sports. View programs
If you don't want to commit to a registered program, we have lots of drop-in sports opportunities each week. View our drop-in schedules.
The North Shore is home to a very active sports community. A number of Community Sports Groups run leagues and learn-to programs. The North Vancouver Community Sport & Recreation Council provides a common voice for sport and recreation in North Vancouver. Learn more
Physical activity is a lot more fun when we’re physically literate. If we want children to be active for life, they need to develop physical literacy at a young age. This means learning the fundamental movement and decision-making skills that enable them to enjoy participation in sports throughout their life. And... physical literacy can be learned and developed at any age.
Supporting Volunteer Community Sport & Recreation
Incorporated in 1998 as a non-profit society, the North Vancouver Community Sport & Recreation Council provides a common voice for sport and recreation in North Vancouver. Learn more
A one-of-a-kind celebration of sport achievement
The annual North Shore Sport Awards celebrates sport achievement at all levels: community, high school, provincial, national and international, and includes categories for coaching and officiating. Learn more