For the community of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, hockey is a sport that provides an important outlet for youth and the community as a whole to rally behind. The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp was awarded $80,000 to foster the development of youth. The project offers youth mentorship opportunities as well as promotes healthy, active lifestyles and decision-making. The Camp offers participants hockey skills and the opportunity to connect with role models. It also offers youth leadership development, vital life and literacy skills, as well as local employment for the community. Not only will camp participants build their foundational skills for the upcoming hockey season, but they – along with youth leaders, coaches, and instructors – will develop skills, knowledge, and attitudes that support personal development, goal-setting, personal wellness, and self-confidence.