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File #: CB-17-006    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Committee Business Status: Passed
File created: 2/27/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/12/2017 Final action: 6/12/2017
Title: CSAB Recommendations - Games Legacy Awards Presented by: Anna Royer, Business Manager
Attachments: 1. C-CS-01 Games Legacy Award Program
TAMRMS#: B06


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CSAB Recommendations - Games Legacy Awards
Presented by: Anna Royer, Business Manager

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RECOMMENDATION(S)
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That the following St. Albert Games Legacy Award Program grants be awarded:

St. Albert Pickleball Club: $1,250 for the purchase of a Defibrillator
St. Albert Minor Football Association: $2,500 to host the “Change the Game” Seminar
Jacob Cole: $750 for the 2017 Karate Canada National Championships
Mychala Collier: $750 for the 2017 Skate Canada Challenge Event
Joe Garcia: $750 for the 2017 Ironman World Championships
Aidan MacLeod: $750 for the 2017 National Karate Championship
Jack McDougall: $750 for the 2017 Canadian Wrestling Championships
Natika Pigeon: $750 for the 2017 National Karate Championship
Abigail Wilson: $750 for the 2017 North American Junior Triathlon Championships

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PURPOSE OF REPORT

This report brings forward a recommendation from the Community Services Advisory Board (CSAB) for allocation from the spring intake of applications for the 2017 Games Legacy Award Program grant fund for Council’s consideration and approval, as per Policy C-CS-01.

COUNCIL DIRECTION

The Council direction that has resulted in this matter being brought before Council is contained in Council Policy C-CS-01 St. Albert Games Legacy Award Program and the corresponding administrative procedures.

BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION

As per the Games Legacy Award Program Policy C-CS-01, the City may offer financial assistance to eligible St. Albert community groups, individuals, and teams for eligible programs, projects, and events in the areas of amateur sports or the arts. The funding amount available each year for this program is determined by multiplying the city’s population, as determined by the most recent census, by $0.25. In addition to the yearly budgeted amount, as per Policy C-CS-01, unallocated dollars from the previous year are carried forward for future funding consideration. The total amount in the ...

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