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Kirsty Duncan Jun 19
Harassment of any kind is completely unacceptable. All Canadians deserve the opportunity to participate in a sport environment that is free of discrimination, harassment & harmful behaviour. Read more about the announcement made today:
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CRDSC-SDRCC Jun 19
We welcome Minister Kirsty Duncan’s announcement to strengthen measures to eliminate discrimination, harassment and abuse in Canadian sport. The SDRCC looks forward to contribute its expertise and be part of the solutions.
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Kirsty Duncan Jun 19
I will use every lever available to help fight harassment and abuse in sport. We will work together with our partners to find solutions to improve our sport system. Read here for details:
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Chantale Lussier Jun 20
"Mandatory training brings a platform, a consistent language and a confidence for people to act on their gut feelings if something isn't feeling right."
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Stephanie Jenzer Jun 21
"I am prepared to withhold funding," Duncan said. "I've done it in science. I will do it in sport. Money talks."
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CAAWS Jun 20
Research shows that girls and women are disproportionately impacted by abuse and harassment in sport. Gender-based violence is a contributing factor in the gender gap in sport participation, both for athletes and for sport leaders.
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Coach.ca Jun 19
The CAC is eager to work with its partners to implement the new and enhanced measures introduced today by the Honourable to eliminate harassment, abuse, and discrimination in sport: .
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viaSport Jun 13
"It ensures us that what has happened to us before will not happen again because there will be things in place that will make it really difficult for an abuser to do what he does."
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SIRC Jun 20
Sports Minister says NSOs will lose their federal funding if they don't immediately disclose to her office any allegations of abuse or harassment that occur within their ranks.
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Debbie King Jun 14
I've sent my email to the Minister of Sport and will be sharing more posts in support of 🚫 Will you join me?
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Eileen O'Connor Jun 20
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Michel Hachey Jun 13
The Rule of Two is a key component of the Movement. Learn how it can help create a safer sport environment in the blog I wrote for !
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YWCA Calgary Jun 19
👏👏🏻👏🏼👏🏽👏🏾👏🏿 Brava! Important announcement from Ottawa today!
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C2theB Jun 19
Last year I had the privilege to witness ask a room full of sport leaders: “If safety isn’t your number 1 priority, what are you even doing?” Please follow the expertise & leadership of . They’ve done the work, we just need to implement it.
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Karen Paquin Jun 20
Very important statement! All athletes deserve a safe environment.
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SIRC Jun 22
At times during Eric Radford's () childhood in a northern Ontario community, he considered quitting figure skating. It wasn't the kind of sport a boy should be involved in — at least that's what he was told. Story by
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Swimming Canada Jun 19
Replying to @KirstyDuncanMP
With the leadership of Minister we are dedicated to working with the Government of Canada and our other partners towards this goal.” - CEO Ahmed El-Awadi
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Active for Life Jun 21
Canadian Minister of Sport, has announced the first step towards an abuse-free environment in sport, but we need to keep working towards safe and independent pathways to protect children and athletes. Learn more:
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Active for Life Jun 20
The Responsible Coaching Movement (RCM) is a multi-phase system-wide movement, coordinated by and , that will help make sport safer for kids.
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Active for Life Jun 20
Today, the Honourable , Minister of Science and Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, announced stronger measures to make the Canadian sport system safer for kids. Learn more:
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