A message from your Managing Council / Un message de votre conseil de gestion

[Le message en français suit.] Dear CSPA Members and Partners, The CSPA Managing Council is thinking about all of our membership and the sectors we serve in this ever-evolving COVID-19 landscape. As we look ahead to an unpredictable fall and winter, we join every sector in the world to stay safe and active, and to prioritize overall well-being. In order to stay informed and continue to provide valuable support services, we encourage our CSPA members to familiarize themselves with initiatives and resources at the local, provincial and federal level. The list below includes a host of important tools and policies, designed to keep our sector connected, sustainable, and as safe as possible. Do n

Safe Sport in Canada | La sécurité dans le sport au Canada

While sport presents an array of potential health and social benefits, it’s important to recognize that for some athletes, coaches, officials, and staff members, involvement in sport can be a harmful experience characterized by various forms of maltreatment (Kerr et al., 2020). Maltreatment has been defined as voluntary acts that result in or that have the potential to result in physical or psychological harm and includes physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse, neglect, bullying, harassment and hazing (Stirling, 2009). In order to eradicate instances of maltreatment in sport, educating all stakeholders to become more aware of the risks and outcomes associated with these behaviours

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