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Policies and Bylaws


As the long-term recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we extend our deepest gratitude to the Government of Canada's push for a more inclusive model of economic growth that creates opportunities for everyone in Canada. The Community Services Recovery Fund is a $400 million investment from the Government of Canada to support community service organizations, such as the NWT Judo Association.

The funding we received from this project supports our organization as we work towards turning our new equitable policies into actionable and trained processes by implementing a contact management platform to centralize employee, membership communication and tracking. We are also working implement Moodle training programs for our personnel and volunteers rather than relying on outdated contact lists and one off training.

We are currently updating our bylaws, policies and procedure 

  • ByLaws

  • Director's Guide and Agreement

  • Board Assessment Tools

  • Affiliation Fees

  • Safe Sport Policy

  • Curriculum 2023 - Overview

  • Curriculum 2023 - Techniques

  • Class Fees and Discounts

  • Administrative Policie

  • Occupational Health and Safety Policy

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NWT Judo strives to increase the physical activity of people throughout the territory with Judo, and is dedicated to developing judoka from grassroots to high performance athletes. We work to provide a fun learning atmosphere both in the school system, specifically throughout the Dehcho District, as well as hubs in Yellowknife and Inuvik.

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