Saphia Shaaban plans to pursue sports medicine, as the investment in women’s soccer in Canada grows.
For 16-year-old Logan Keilty, connecting with his Indigenous heritage is an important part of life.
Sebastian Cifuentes is a third-year psychology student at York University and was recently named BGC Canada’s 2023 Youth of the Year.
18-year-old Shahaddah Jack is a force—a spoken word poet, performer, emcee, human rights activist and arts facilitator, she’s already racking up accomplishments.
In My Opinion: ‘Black history is 365’: BGC National Youth Of The Year Shahadda Jack shares her thoughts on Black History Month
I often ask, “How can you fit crucial conversations of Black history and joy-filled celebrations of Black culture into only 28 days?” The answer is quite clear; you can’t.
It’s no secret that growing up can be challenging. But for many children and youth in the Ottawa area, it can be tougher than you would imagine.
The 17-year-old from Sweetgrass First Nation is the 2022 Indigenous Youth of the Year at BGC Canada — formerly the Boys and Girls Club.
BGC Canada Aboriginal Youth Leader Kayla Littlepoplar explains the role Indigenous youth play in shaping the truth and reconciliation process.
BGC Canada Launches Inaugural Youth of the Year Leadership Program and Selects 2021 National Youth of the Year Recipient Français
Youth of the Year initiative to award winners with leadership training, financial support for postsecondary education, and funding toward youth leadership programming.
A young woman from Northern Arm has been named among BGC Canada’s list of six Regional Youth of the Year.
Valentina Shamoun was having a hard time adjusting to life in Canada after her family moved here eight years ago to avoid escalating civil strife back home in Syria.
BGC Canada (Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada) was founded in St. John, New Brunswick, 120 years ago by off-duty police officers who wished to occupy young boys with after-school activities and sports in hopes of keeping them away from trouble.
BGC Celebrates Youth Leaders.
A member at the Boys and Girls Club of Cornwall / SDG is in the running for a national honour.