Project North is a not-for-profit organization committed to enhancing and improving the lives of children in Canada's North.
Project North's community-based and national funding initiatives will generate opportunities to provide education and fitness programs that benefit the Inuit youth of today and of the future.
Project North's goal is to galvanize Canadians from coast to coast to coast to look North, become more aware, and lend a hand to support children - one of our country's greatest resources.
For the first time, Project North delivers hockey equipment to a Labrador community. Thanks to Adventure Canada and the NHLPA, PN delivered $25,000 of brand new hockey equipment to this tiny hamlet. Leslie Coates, Sheldon Rice and Michelle Valberg were part of this special give.
June 5th, 2013
The Canadian Golf Course
$95 for golf, dinner and entertainment
$50 for dinner and entertainment
The Dan Dunlop Band
Project North does accept monetary donations either by Paypal or by cheque. You can mail your cheque to 111 Sherwood Drive, Ottawa, ON K1V 3V1. If you would like a tax receipt, please make your cheque out to The Ottawa Community Foundation. Otherwise your cheque can be made out to Project North....
Project North delivers $25,000 of hockey equipment to the community of Taloyoak, Nunavut. Thank you to Adventure Canada for making it happen!
The community of Qikiqtarjuaq, Nunavut is receiving $25,000 of hockey equipment donated from Project North with help from the NHLPA Goals & Dreams Fund.
On behalf of Cambridge Bay Minor Hockey we would like to sincerely THANK YOU for the very generous donation of bags of hockey equipment.
This year we were privileged to have a number of new-to-hockey players come out. It was such a pleasure to be able to give them complete bags of gear.
OTTAWA — You only live twice, giving all the more reason to live it up at a James Bond-themed fundraising party hosted Friday by British High Commissioner Andrew Pocock and his wife, Julie.
The sold-out, $500-a-ticket night saw 100 guests toss their keys to the valet and head into the high...
Citizens right across Canada will be able to help enrich the lives of Inuit children – by filling up virtual hockey bags that Project North will turn into the real thing and then ship off to kids in northern communities, thanks to the NHLPA Goals & Dreams Fund and many other sponsors.
It is official - Mrs. Laureen Harper is Project North's Honourary Chair and Ottawa Senators Chris Phillips is Project North's Honourary Captain!
First Air shipped up 16 hockey bags donated by the NHLPA Goals & Dreams Fund to the community of Cape Dorset, Nunavut.
Here is a quote from Rodney MacIntyre from the RCMP:
"The kids and the community of Cape Dorset are extremely grateful for all of the support and help from everyone involved in...
The residents of Pond Inlet warmly welcomed a Project North contingent on Friday, April 15, 2011. Pond Inlet is a larger Nunavut community located on the northeastern side of Baffin Island, 700 kilometres above the Arctic Circle , with a population of approximately 1200 hockey fans.
On a recent trip through the Northwest Passage with Adventure Canada, Project North delivered $30,000 of hockey and sporting equipment to the community of Gjoa Haven.
The January/February issue of Above & Beyond magazine features a photo that Michelle Valberg took for Project North on the cover. Also featured is a page dedicated to Project North as well as 2 stories on Michelle's adventures to photograph polar bears and walrus. Here is the link to view the...
A small hockey league from Montreal called les Rattlesnakes has made a cash donation to Project North. Thank you for making a difference and for supporting Project North!
Today, the NHLPA Goals & Dreams Fund announced they are giving Project North 50 more sets of brand new hockey equipment. On hand today to help load the equipment destined for Hall Beach, Nunavat at the First Air Hanger was Mrs. Laureen Harper, Ottawa Senator Chris Phillips, Scott Bateman,...
The hockey equipment donated by the NHLPA Dreams and Goals Foundation on board the Clipper Adventurer has been delivered to Cambridge Bay with the help of the RCMP. Attached is our press release.
Some NHLPA hockey equipment from the Dreams & Goals Foundation bound for Grise Fjord (Canada's most northern community) is presently on the Clipper Adventurer in the Northwest Passage. It was on route to Grise Fjord with Adventure Canada. Unfortunately, the ship ran into a rock. Update to...
From Kimmirut, Nunavut
"The hockey program is going great and what is really good is some of the adults in the community have stepped up to the plate and because of the equipment have actually taken more of an interest in the kids programs - more than ever before. All of the equipment is stored...
Project North successfully delivered $25,000 of brand new equipment from the NHLPA Dreams and Goals Foundation to the community of Igloolik, Nunavut. The community came out, the kids got dressed and they played hockey! A huge thank you to the NHLPA, First Air, and all our sponosrs for...