Supported by Canadian Tire and Jumpstart SRF, OSCA Announces Logo Design Contest and School Cricket Programs


This was part of the provincial OSCA training program where over 300 teachers were trained to bring cricket into the physical education classroom. The training was delivered via live broadcast cricket training workshops – an innovative new platform developed by OSCA to meet the needs of from ontario diverse student body despite these difficult times. Also at a media event held today at Toronto, OSCA announced an OSCA logo design contest for high school students in Ontario. The founding partner of the OCA, Canadian Tire Corporation offered $ 5,000 in gift certificates to be shared among the winners of the competition.

Interested students can find more information by visiting

“We are thrilled to partner with TCDSB and Jumpstart to positively impact the lives of young Torontonians through cricket, which was once the national sport of Canada many years ago, “said Ken Jeffers President of Ontario Association of Cricket Schools. “We are grateful to the Founding Partner, Canadian Tire Corporation and the Jumpstart Sport Assistance Fund for their generous support and encouragement and for their increased investment in the program this year.

“We know the essential role that fitness and exercise play in the well-being of our young people,” said the Prime Minister Doug Ford. “Introducing cricket to physical education classes will allow our students to participate in a great sport that is played all over the world and will play a positive role in improving their overall health.

“Our government strongly supports student sports, which is why we are delighted to launch and introduce cricket to 50 schools and physical education classes this fall,” said Minister Lecce. “We value the partnership with TCDSB, OSCA and Jumpstart to bring people together and unite young people behind the key principles of teamwork, fair play, civility and hard work.”

“Our government is committed to supporting and ensuring that students have access to the sports and extracurricular activities they need to grow and support their mental health and well-being in a safe and respectful environment,” said Kinga surma, Member of Provincial Parliament for Etobicoke Center. “With this generous donation, students in our community have an exciting opportunity to experience a new sport with their friends and develop lifelong teamwork skills.”

“We are very grateful for the generosity of the Jumpstart Foundation and our long-standing partnership with the OSCA which supports our strategic goals of promoting healthy and active lifestyles and promoting the success and well-being of individuals. students, ”said Education Director Dr. Brendan Browne.

“With our new cricket program, students can meet their daily physical activity needs while participating in fun, engaging and collaborative physical activity.” “At Canadian Tire, we are very grateful for the work the OSCA has done to help bring a sport like cricket to more teachers and children across the province. We are delighted to be the founding partner of this program. – Kim saunders, Vice-President, ESG Strategy and Community Impact

“At Jumpstart, we’re very proud to help fund initiatives that not only teach children about the importance of sport in the classroom, but also provide opportunities for them to learn through new sports like cricket. The OSCA and TCDSB have done an outstanding job in putting programs and resources together for teachers and children through Toronto and we, the Jumpstart charities, couldn’t be more proud to support. “- Scott Fraser, President, Jumpstart

Ontario Schools Cricket Association (OSCA) is a federally incorporated non-profit organization incorporated to promote healthy and active lifestyles among schoolchildren through inclusive cricket programs – promoting children’s active participation in play. ” Building on community, municipal and education sector partnerships developed under the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) School Cricket Program, OSCA enables school children to experience the love of a healthy life and active through cricket.

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