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ENBA 2019/2020 AIG Highlights




August 13-20th, 2020

2020 Alberta Indigenous Games Executive Summary

August 13-20th, 2020 will bring together Indigenous youth from across Alberta to engage in one week of competitive sports, traditional games, special events, education, and cultural connection. In 2020 it will be the 7th overall Games and will be the the fourth Games for four years in a row following 2017, 2018, and 2019 Games. It will also be the 5th Games in the last 6 years. There has been continued tremendous growth and momentum. In 2015 we had 480 youth registered in our Games and in 2017 we had over 1100 youth. In 2018 we held a condensed 5 sport Games for the first time as compared to the 10 sport event and we still had over 900 youth participate with over 100 different teams throughout Alberta participate. In 2019 our momentum growth continued and we had over 150 teams and over 2,000+ athletes from over 35 Indigenous Communities.

The mandate and theme of the Alberta Indigenous Games is RECLAIMING OUR YOUTH through sport development, educational empowerment, career opportunities, and cultural connection. In that spirit, the Edmonton Native Ball Association (ENBASports) is honoured to organize the 2020 Alberta Indigenous Games. The Games will be located in the City of Edmonton, Alberta Canada.

ENBASports will build on the success of the Alberta Indigenous Games held in 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019. They will also build upon partnerships previously established and enter into new relationships to bring thousands of Aboriginal athletes, coaches, and their families to the 2020 AIG Games.

“Body and soul heal together and individuals heal as community heals. The Alberta Indigenous Games bring together sport and thought, tradition with innovation, individuals, and community, history and the present moment, heart and soul. The event facilitates physical development and emotional growth, friendly competition and cooperative effort, just the right combination to promote healing of the body/mind.”

-Dr. Gabor Mate, M.D. Physician and Author

August 13-20th 2020 will be the first time the Games will be held over 8 days as compared to the 7 days in 2019 and 5 days over the previous Games before that. Due to the growth we anticipate over 2500 youth to participate and we need the extra time to comfortably hold each sporting event. The Games will feature role model mentors, Elders, Indigenous arts, speaking, music, dance, and other cultural gatherings affirming the theme of “Reclaiming Our Youth”.

These games will motivate and increase the physical activity participation of Aboriginal youth from across the Province of Alberta. Over 2500 youth are expected to participate in these games. All sports ages are based off of youth from ages 10-21 years old. Each sport varies on age categories depending on what works best for each sport. 11 sports are currently being planned: Baseball, Basketball, Ball Hockey, Beach Volleyball, Golf (18 Hole Team Scramble), Fastpitch Softball, Handgames, Lacrosse, Rugby 7's, Soccer, and Volleyball. Sport coordinators, and their staff, will be selected in collaboration with provincial sport bodies to ensure sanctioned officiating, accountability, safety, security, and professional scheduling of events. We also anticipate over 200+ volunteer positions.

The Alberta Indigenous Games will continue to promote, integrate, and infuse the Circle of Courage philosophy throughout all events of the games. All staff and volunteers will be encouraged to assist in delivering an emotionally supportive environment, to reclaim our youth through the wisdom of Indigenous culture and the amazing power of sport. A manual to foster this environment will be developed and available as a resource for athletes, coaches, staff, sponsors and volunteers.

Winter/Spring 2020

Potential Sponsors

We want to share some exciting statistics and highlights from our recent  record-breaking 2019 Alberta Indigenous Games. Your support will be vital to the growth and momentum of our Games creating such positive energy throughout the communities for our youth in the Province. See our end of Games 3 minute video on Facebook on our page. https://www.facebook.com/2020AIG/videos/295781974594422/

Some of the highlights from support from past sponsors are:

  • We started in 2011 with 300 athletes registered then 2013 had 400, 2015 followed with 485 then 2017 had 1100+ and 2018 had  900 athletes registered and now had over 2,000 youth registered for 2019 with over 2500+ athletes and coaches combined. !
  • Had over 150 teams registered from 33 different First Nation and Metis communities. 
  • Had a record 800+ participation at a very special Opening Ceremonies Grand Entry and 600+ at our Closing Ceremonies both participation records for AIG.
  • For the first time had Treaty 6  Grand Chief and Treaty 8 Grand Chief both attend our Opening Ceremonies along with 3 other Chiefs in attendance. (Treaty 6 Grand Chief Wilton Littlechild enjoyed our Games so much he returned for the Closing Ceremony)
  • MP Randy Boissonault came to the Closing Ceremonies and handed out medals and spoke to the crowd.
  • We have reached over 7200 people on Facebook are now following us (After our 2015 Games we had only 1200 followers).
  • Live-streamed on Facebook for the first time for people back home to watch actual full Games with 1 Gold Medal Game for Basketball, 1 Lacrosse Semi-Final Game, and 3 Volleyball Games. 
  • Had several College and University Coaches come out to scout our athletes from many separate sports.
  • The Sport of Archery was the playdowns for the 2020 Team Alberta for the North American Indigenous Games in Halifax and the archery team was selected.
  • The Sport of Athletics was held as the final qualifier for Team Alberta for 2020 NAIG Athletics and found many talented athletes not known previously. 
  • For the first time in AIG’s history held all 10 original sports as well as 3 additional sports of Cross Country, Beach Volleyball, and Baseball throughout 17 different venues throughout the Edmonton Greater Area.
  • Had 13 new communities send teams to our Games for the first time ever.  

2020 AIG Exciting New Additions

  • Going to have a minimum $500-$2,500 scholarship for both a male and a female senior division (ages 17-21) athlete for each  of our 11 sports that has graduated high school and is enrolled in September for either College, University, or Trades or any other secondary schooling. Great opportunity to have the scholarship named after those who sponsor the sport and scholarship. 
  • Adding a younger division amongst almost all the sports to ages 10-12 years, 13-15, 16-18, 19-21 allowing younger kids to play and older kids to play (used to be 12 was youngest mostly and 20)
  • United Cycle has partnered with us in supporting our 2020 Games.
  • West Edmonton Mall has partnered with us for our 2020 Games in being the host site for our Opening Ceremonies at the Ice Palace and other sponsoring. 
  • Have a great Host Hotel offer from Edmonton Inn. They were our host hotel in our 2019 Games. 
  • Adding the Indigenous Sport of Handgames as a competitive event.
  • Adding the sports of Rugby 7’s and 18 hole Golf Team Scramble both for the first time.

Facilities have already been booked for August 13-20th, 2020. Most coordinators are in place. We have all officials and referees on standby. We have several more sponsors jumping on board for 2020 that want to be apart of the largest multi-sporting event in Alberta on a yearly basis and the largest Indigenous Multi-Sport Summer Sporting Event on a yearly basis in Canada.

If you are a corporation or organization or individual sponsoring we will provide a charitable tax receipt for those that request one for sponsorship or donation amounts.


Ball Hockey (COED)

Already Taken

Baseball (Boys Only) (2 Male Scholarships)

$2,500 each


$2,500 each

Beach Volleyball (COED)

$2,500 each

Fastpitch Softball (Girls Only) (2 Female Scholarships)

$2,500 each

Golf Scramble

$2,500 each


$2,500 each


Already Taken




Already Taken

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If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at ab.ind.games@gmail.com

We would be pleased to meet with you and/or your representatives to discuss your involvement in the Games. Deadline for all Sponsorships will be July 31st, 2020

If you want to Pay by Cheque then Make Cheque Payable to:

ENBA Sports and Send by Mail to:


3323 107 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T6J-3C8


Jacob Hendy, CEO

2020 Alberta Indigenous Games 


Cell (780) 803-1917