900 Hanwell Rd., Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
The Indigenous Summer Games (ISG) is the most participated and anticipated event for all New Brunswick Indigenous athletes. The ISG is the steppingstone for most athletes to move forward to the Atlantic Indigenous Games, North American Indigenous Games and the Canada Games. ASRNB is the governing body of ISG and we collaborate with the host community and with various provincial sport organization to create a memorable event, while producing athletes in a fun and cultural environment. Each year, a different host society will be chosen to host the ISG and all events will be held in their community. Several awards will be giving out at the end of each ISG such as; Overall Awards, Sportsmanship Award and, Participation Award. These awards are the meaning of the ISG, and each community gets the chance to earn each award each year. The objective of the Indigenous Summer Games is focused on primarily on getting New Brunswick Indigenous communities together and to foster and promote the community spirit and pride. This event will have a positive and rewarding experience for our Indigenous youth by keeping them active and motivated to become better in their discipline, but most importantly ensure that everyone has a fun and safe experience.