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Matt Allen Jun 4
Proud of the work and are doing to make golf an
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Kudos to the Quebec government for unanimously adopting the action plan put forward last Monday by the Coaching Association of Canada, the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection and Respect in Sport.
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The CAC is committed to work with all Canadian sport organizations to adopt and implement supportive policies and processes to ensure safety and protection of athletes and coaches. Learn more about the Movement here: .
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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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Respect Group Jul 9
Thank You to Minister Duncan for advocating change. Together, we can END abuse in sport!
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NoniClassen Jun 4
Children should be safe - without exception - in ALL sport programs. 's Commit to Kids works with organizations to help achieve this. We must all do better to protect our young athletes.
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Mark Tewksbury Jun 4
Some brave athletes are speaking out publicly today after years of abuse from their coach to make change in the sport system. I show my support for this initiative and the courage of these athletes!
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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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Sheila Bouman Jun 6
Taking action to protect children in amateur sport.
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We all have a role in making sport a safer, more secure and rewarding experience for athletes, coaches, and the organizations that represent them. Learn more about at .
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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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Inaki Gomez Jun 5
Thank you, Geneviève Simard, Gail Kelly, Amélie Frederique-Gagnon and Anna Prchal, for making your stories public - no one should have to endure what you’ve lived through. Everyone should have the right to take part in sport free of abuse, fear, or harassment.
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B2ten Jun 8
Great meeting in Calgary with the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Center.
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Peter Lawless Jun 23
Privileged to moderate the Canadian Olympic Committee’s panel on Safe Sport with some of the leaders in this space. Safe Sport isn’t a policy it’s an essential condition of all sport.
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Susan Kitchen Jun 4
takes a village and many trained & caring people. Let's move toward a universal approach with a common Duty of Care Code and appointment of Safety Officers in every club and sport setting. Make Ethical Decisions
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Deidra Dionne Jun 7
👇 the bravery of these women to come forward, speak about their abuse to lobby for change is so important. It's now our role to listen and support that change
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Natalie Rumscheidt Jun 4
Courageous women striving to build a safe sport system.
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YWCA Calgary Jun 19
👏👏🏻👏🏼👏🏽👏🏾👏🏿 Brava! Important announcement from Ottawa today!
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Jaela Bernstien Jun 4
Four women and athletes who were victims of ski coach Bertrand Charest are breaking their silence, urging governments to do more to protect athletes
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Hannah Stuart Jun 8
Replying to @HockeywthHannah
Given the reckoning of which we are currently in the midst— and immediately leap to mind—it’s a situation that should be handled with care and that should prioritize safety rather than job security.
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