By Heather on December 18, 2012
What a ride.
For the last two months, I’ve asked you to follow me on a journey into a country that many of us have never visited.
By Heather on November 29, 2012
I competed and prepared to compete at the highest level for 22 years and I learned early on that it was not enough to have success alone.
By guest on November 20, 2012
When David Reid passed away this summer he left behind a family that loved him and a legacy of helping others. In his honour his family continues to raise funds for Right To Play.
By Heather on November 17, 2012
When I hear what it was that causes one person to stop, refocus and change the trajectory of their life, I’m always blown away. That’s what happened when I was told Johann Olav Koss’s story about Right To Play Canada.
By Heather on November 12, 2012
For many of us here in Canada, we may never truly know the cost that war can have when it happens on your own soil or in your own home. Our stories are the ones that live on the backs of veterans, come home in the eyes of soldiers or are told through the sacrifices of their families.
In Rwanda, the children have lived it.
By Heather on October 30, 2012
We here in North America can only wonder: What is it like to be a child in a place where who you are and what you can be is threatened to be completely limited by what your forefathers were or weren’t, what they did or didn’t do. How do you make things different? Help us “Level The Field” with Right To Play
By Cameron on April 16, 2012
It was a perfect trip.
Here are some pictures from our day.
By Cameron on April 9, 2012
A few days ago we went to The Four Seasons Cairo First Residence. It was awesome.
By Ethan on March 24, 2012
I went to the library in Alexandria, Egypt and….
By Cameron on March 21, 2012
I went to the pyramids in Cairo, Egypt.
By Heather on March 20, 2012
In Egypt we’ve climbed pyramids, stood with the Sphinx, visited the Mohammed Ali mosque and explored the Egyptian Museum. Today we went to Tahrir square.