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Aimed at sparking discussions about values, telling stories that inspire, and encouraging students to work together to find creative solutions to suggested challenges and current issues.

The Canadian Olympic School Program (COSP) resources are pedagogically sound, classroom-friendly and adaptable student lessons written by teachers, for teachers.

Seyi Smith

Seyi Smith

Lesson description Throughout his career, Seyi Smith has been mindful of creating a legacy and of making a difference. Now…

Tamm Thibeault

Tamm Thibeault

Lesson description The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be Tamm Thibeault’s first Games, but this doesn’t mean that she is…

Ray Lewis & Phil Edwards

Ray Lewis & Phil Edwards

Lesson description Ray Lewis and Phil Edwards, the only two Black athletes on the 1932 Canadian Olympic Team, both ran…

Sarah Nurse

Sarah Nurse

Lesson description Throughout her career, Sarah Nurse was a minority in the world of ice hockey. Not only was she…

Jennifer Abel

Jennifer Abel

Lesson description Jennifer Abel ‘s story was first told as she was preparing for her second Olympic Games in London….

Gary Reed

Gary Reed

Lesson description Heading into the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Gary Reed was Canada’s medal favourite on the track for the…

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