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Published on Apr 7, 2013
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) spent the day in Whitefish River First Nation in support of their partnership with Right To Play's Promoting Life-skills in Aboriginal Youth (PLAY) program, helping youth improve their health, confidence and leadership skills through participation in sport and play.
Toronto FC's Danny Koevermans joined MLSE sport development programmers to share their coaching knowledge and expertise with local community members through a sport-specific coach training session and deliver soccer for development clinics. 170 youth and more than 30 community volunteers from seven First Nation communities participated.
MLSE recently announced a contribution of one million dollars over three years to Right To Play's PLAY program. The PLAY program partners with First Nation communities across Ontario and shares MLSE's vision and commitment to changing lives through the spirit and the power of sports.