PWSA helping Indigenous communities and other marginalized groups

By Josh Giles Writer The Provincial Women’s Softball Association (PWSA) knows that COVID-19 has hit hard. But they are doing their part by helping out people in Indigenous communities such as Six Nations and others to get girls back into the sport of softball. A government grant of $14,000 will help 500 parents and coaches take a mandatory course on good working relationships in order for their children to participate in softball with the PWSA. The course is used to help bring spurr good working relationships between parents, coaches and officials, as interactions can get pretty heated on occasions. PWSA Ontario President Debbie Malisani spoke with Turtle Island News about the grant and what the course is for. “We have requirements that anybody participating, including the parents have to take…

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