Saint John, Trojans Rugby Club
The present day sees our club going strong with a senior men’s A and B side, a women’s side, and a thriving U20 men’s side. In 2011 the U20 Trojans Side were NBRU Provincial Champions, the highest level that can be attained currently for this league. Also, because Sevens Rugby is now an Olympic Sport, tournaments for sevens are becoming much more prevalent.
Saint John Ultimate Frisbee
Established in 1997, The Saint John Ultimate Recreational League, or S.U.R.L., organizes recreational Ultimate Frisbee in the Saint John, New Brunswick area year-round.Anyone is welcome to join. Teams generally consist of 12-20 people in 6-12 teams, depending on the season. We follow the rules set forth by USA Ultimate.
Fundy Lacrosse Association
Box lacrosse is played in hockey arenas once the ice is removed and the floor dries. The rinks used by the Fundy Lacrosse Association will be Hilton Belyea Arena (Saint John West), Charles Gorman Arena (Saint John North), and Quispamsis Arena.
After much discussion and consideration, the Saint John Regional Exhibition Center was dubbed Harbour Station. The name denotes the history and geography of the site and is a comfortable connotation of a place where people gather. The name has come to be recognized nationally and internationally as a proud symbol of Greater Saint John.
Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club
The Royal Kennebeccasis Yacht Club derives its origin from the Saint John Yacht Club which was founded during two meetings of yachting enthusiasts in May of 1894.
Saint John Amateur Speed Skating Club
Provide the opportunity for youth in the Saint John and surrounding area to participate, learn, enjoy and excel in the sport of speed skating.
Atlantic Youth Bowling
The Atlantic Youth Bowling Council Program was started in August of 1992, when the New Brunswick Bowling Proprietor’s Association decided to design a Youth Bowling program specifically for Candlepin Bowling.
Basketball New Brunswick is a not for profit volunteer corporation that enhances the growth and development of basketball for all of New Brunswick.
Velo NB’s mandate is to promote cycling in New Brunswick. This includes recreational and competitive cycling activities, touring, and transportation. We represent all disciplines: road cycling, mountain biking, track, cyclo-cross, and BMX. Affiliated with the Canadian Cycling Association and Union Cycliste Internationale, Velo NB is the provincial governing body for the sport of cycling in New Brunswick.
Swimming New Brunswick
Swimming New Brunswick is a non-profit Provincial Sport Organization for the promotion, guidance and regulation of competitive swimmers and their programs. It is directed by a volunteer board representing every club in the province.
N.B. Equestrian Association
The New Brunswick Equestrian Association is a not-for-profit sport-governing office that provides education, leadership and support to individuals, associations and businesses in New Brunswick's horse community. We provide our members with a variety of services, programs and benefits, and we represent their interests to the general public and to varying levels of government.
Our mission is to promote and aid the development and growth of fun and safe tackle, flag and touch football, in the Province of New Brunswick, for all age groups and both genders.
GolfNB.ca is your “one stop shop” for golf in the province of New Brunswick. Whether you’re looking to register for an upcoming NBGA tournament, purchase a discount book, gather information on handicapping, or inquire about rates and packages at New Brunswick golf courses, Golf NB is your source for information.
NB Gymnastics Association
The New Brunswick Gymnastics Association (NBGA) is a not-for-profit Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) that is the governing body for artistic gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling in the province of New Brunswick.
NB Karate Association
The object of Karate Nouveau/New Brunswick is to establish for all members a stronger union to advance karate throughout the province, to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its members, to cultivate good fellowship, to champion ethical behavior and to preserve the Art of Karate".
With continued strong leadership and dedicated volunteers, the organization will continue to improve in its effort to provide hockey opportunity to the citizens of New Brunswick.
Welcome to the Orienteering New Brunswick website, which describes orienteering activities in and around the province of New Brunswick in eastern Canada. ONB has active groups in Fredericton, Moncton, and Saint John.
NB Rugby Union
The New Brunswick Rugby Union (NBRU) is the governing body for the sport of rugby in New Brunswick. The NBRU runs domestic competitions in the Senior mens, Senior Womens and U-20 categories as well as a range of junior and senior provincial teams.
Soccer New Brunswick is a non-profit organization that was established on November 30, 1965 in Fredericton. The Association consisted of senior teams only until 1976, when youth soccer became a part of the sport in Canada.
Baseball Canada is the national governing body for baseball in Canada.
Canada Basketball is the National Sporting Organization for the sport of Basketball in Canada.
Canadian Curling Association
CCA is recognized as the national administrative body for curling in Canada by Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee and the World Curling Federation.
Canadian Ski & Snowboard Association
The Canadian Snowsports Association is a federation of its nine ski and snowboard disciplines, whose mandate is the development of elite amateur athletes and the pursuit of excellence at national and international level competitions for all disciplines.
Canadian Soccer Association
The Canadian Soccer Association, in partnership with its members, is dedicated to promoting the growth and development of soccer for all Canadians at all levels.
Canadian Volkssport Federation
A Volkssport Event is an organized non-competitive walk, bike ride, swim, or cross- country ski through a scenic area over a pre-determined route designed for people of all ages.
Canadian Yachting Association
The Canadian Yachting Association is a Registered Amateur Athletic Association with charitable status, designated by the Government of Canada as a National Sport Organization representing the sport of Sailing.
Cycle Canada is an innovator in developing unique cycling routes and supported cycling tours throughout Canada.
National Hockey League (NHL)
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Promoting all forms of recreational paddling to Canadians of diverse abilities, culture or age, advocating for a healthy natural environment, and developing an appreciation for the canoe and the kayak in our Canadian heritage.
The game of rugby in Canada is well represented in all ten provincial unions and is played by Canadian girls and boys, men and women.
Skate Canada is an Association dedicated to the principles of enabling every Canadian to participate in skating throughout their lifetime, for fun, fitness and/or achievement.
Find information about the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation, the Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors and ther Canadian Ski Instructors' Alliance.
Speed Skating Canada
In addition to the specific responsibility to train and develop elite skaters Speed Skating Canada also provide guidance and support to the various regional programs.
Synchronized Swimming in Canada
The sport of synchronized swimming is accessible to all Canadians, promotes fun, fitness and allows participants to reach their own level of excellence.
The Canadian Football League (CFL)
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The Royal Canadian Golf Association
Our mission, as the governing body of golf in Canada, is to promote participation in and a passion for the game while protecting its traditions and integrity.