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COC statement regarding government measures to eliminate harassment, abuse and discrimination in sport

Post courtesy Canadian Olympic Committee TORONTO (June 19, 2018) – The Canadian Olympic Committee has issued the following statement in reaction to Minister Duncan’s announcement to implement stronger measures to eliminate harassment, abuse and discrimination in the Canadian sport system: “The Canadian Olympic Committee fully supports and commends today’s announcement by Minister Duncan and the…

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Canadian Sport Institute Pacific joins in Campaign to Eliminate & Prevent Abuse in Sport

Canadian Coaching Association “Responsible Coaching Movement” criteria to be minimum standard for all those affiliated with CSI Pacific Vancouver (June 11th, 2018) – As part of its foundational commitment to Powering Performance and Inspiring Excellence, Canadian Sport Institute Pacific (CSI Pacific) stands behind the Responsible Coaching Movement, a national campaign against abuse in sport that…

WADA - Global Athlete Forum 2018

WADA releases a set of key outcomes at the first Global Athlete Forum hosted by the Canadian Olympic Committee

Post courtesy Canadian Olympic Committee — MONTREAL (June 6, 2018) – The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced a set of key outcomes following the first Global Athlete Forum held in Calgary, Alberta from June 3-5 and hosted by the COC. The forum welcomed more than 100 athlete leaders representing 54 countries to discuss key developments…

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Team Canada celebrates life beyond the Games with first ever Game Plan Day in Canada

Post courtesy Canadian Paralympic Committee — Note to media: To schedule interviews with athletes involved in Game Plan Day in Canada, please contact Elise Marcotte (emarcotte@mygameplan.ca). TORONTO (June 5, 2018) – Team Canada and Deloitte are helping to support athletes develop life skills beyond sport by hosting over 60 Game Plan eligible Olympians, Paralympians and…

Paralympian Search 2018

Canadian Paralympic Committee seeking Canada’s next Paralympians in Victoria and Montreal

– Paralympian Search events look to discover new Paralympic hopefuls – Athletes will test their potential to excel in Paralympic sports – Paralympic medallists Mollie Jepsen and Alex Dupont to act as ambassadors Ottawa, May 17, 2018 – The Canadian Paralympic Committee will be on the lookout for Canada’s next great athletes with two Paralympian…

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Calling all future Olympians: RBC Training Ground expands nationwide search

10 provinces will now host local testing combines to identify new talent Post courtesy Olympic.ca TORONTO (January 16, 2018) — Today RBC, in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), Canadian Olympic Foundation (COF), CBC Sports and the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute (COPSI) Network is announcing it will be intensifying its search for…

Canadian Olympic Committee

COC statements regarding Russia’s participation in PyeongChang

post courtesy Canadian Olympic Committee TORONTO (December 5, 2017) – Below are the COC’s statements regarding the IOC decision on Russia’s participation at PyeongChang 2018: “We are encouraged and hopeful that the sanctions announced today by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will bring forward positive change for clean and ethical sport. The COC has an…