Supporting Canadian Athletes

AthletesCAN offers assistance to athletes concerned about travelling to the United States

In light of recent political events in the United States, AthletesCAN recognizes that many Canadian athletes… [more]

AthletesCAN offers assistance to athletes concerned about travelling to the United States AthletesCAN offers assistance to athletes concerned about travelling to the United States

AthletesCAN unveils 2016-2020 strategic plan

After extensive consultation with more than 60 athletes, board members, past board members and sport… [more]

AthletesCAN unveils 2016-2020 strategic plan AthletesCAN unveils 2016-2020 strategic plan

CCES Releases Guide to Creating Inclusive Environments for Trans Participants in Canadian Sport

(Ottawa, Ontario – May 4, 2016) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) released today a… [more]

CCES Releases Guide to Creating Inclusive Environments for Trans Participants in Canadian Sport CCES Releases Guide to Creating Inclusive Environments for Trans Participants in Canadian Sport

AthletesCAN is pleased to release The Future of Athlete Agreements in Canada

(Ottawa, ON – November 24, 2015) AthletesCAN is pleased to release The Future of Athlete Agreements… [more]

AthletesCAN is pleased to release The Future of Athlete Agreements in Canada AthletesCAN is pleased to release The Future of Athlete Agreements in Canada

Carla Qualtrough named Minister of Sport and Persons with a Disability

AthletesCAN is excited to congratulate former Board Member Carla Qualtrough on being named Minister… [more]

Carla Qualtrough named Minister of Sport and Persons with a Disability Carla Qualtrough named Minister of Sport and Persons with a Disability

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  • Claire Carver Dias and Brad Spence Presented with 2017 AthletesCAN Awards

    October 4, 2017


    September 22, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) For 2017, AthletesCANs 25th Anniversary, Claire Carver Dias is the recipient of the 2017 Athlete Leadership Award and the Athlete Social Responsibility Award was presented to Brad Spence. The pair was honoured Friday in Ottawa during the AthletesCAN 25th Anniversary Excellence Celebration at the Brookstreet hotel as part of the […]

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  • Claire Carver Dias and Brad Spence Presented with 2017 AthletesCAN Awards

    October 4, 2017


    September 22, 2017 (Ottawa, ON) For 2017, AthletesCANs 25th Anniversary, Claire Carver Dias is the recipient of the 2017 Athlete Leadership Award and the Athlete Social Responsibility Award was presented to Brad Spence. The pair was honoured Friday in Ottawa during the AthletesCAN 25th Anniversary Excellence Celebration at the Brookstreet hotel as part of the […]



  • AAP Increase

    March 22, 2017


    March 22nd 2017 AthletesCAN celebrates the federal government’s decision to increase athlete funding by 18% Canadian athletes are celebrating today as the federal government announced an increase to the Athlete Assistance Program, known as “carding” or AAP. The last increase to carding was in 2004. “Many thanks to the federal government for its strong support […]


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