OTTAWA (September 26, 2019) - Canadian athletes had an incredible year of shattering records, making history and effecting positive change in sport from grassroots to high performance. These achievements and contributions received top recognition at the 42nd Canadian Sport Awards (CSAs), which were held Saturday in Toronto.


Notice of 2019 AthletesCAN Annual General Meeting

AthletesCAN Athletes Association of Canada
128 Green Acres Road
Almonte, ON K0A 1A0

Pursuant to the provisions of the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, under which AthletesCAN – Athletes Association of Canada, was continued on July 23, 2014, notice to members is hereby given of the Annual General Meeting of AthletesCAN – Athletes Association of Canada, to be held in Toronto, ON on September 22nd, 2019 at 10:45am.


Athlete leaders unite to influence safe sport policy in Canada

TORONTO (May 2, 2019) - Canada’s top Olympic, Paralympic and high performance athletes gathered in Toronto this week to discuss the way forward in addressing abuse, harassment, and discrimination in sport.
The event was hosted by AthletesCAN at Deloitte University North in partnership with Deloitte Canada, and supported by Respect Group, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Foundation, Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Canadian Paralympic Committee.


Nomination Process for the 42nd Canadian Sport Awards is now OPEN!

(Ottawa, ON – May 16, 2019) Last September, AthletesCAN, in partnership with CBC Sports, hosted the 41st Canadian Sport Awards in Ottawa, ON – a revival four years in the making. This iconic awards show was first established 46 years ago to showcase excellence in Canadian sport and quickly evolved to become the premier event for national sport achievement and leadership recognition.


CCES, CAAWS and AthletesCAN Very Concerned with the CAS Ruling on IAAF’s Eligibility Regulations for Female Classification

(Ottawa, Ontario – May 2, 2019) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) and AthletesCAN are voicing their disagreement with the International Association of Athletics Federations’ (IAAF) Eligibility Regulations for the Female Classification that pertains to female athletes with differences of sex development (DSD).


AthletesCAN and University of Toronto researchers work towards evidence based recommendations to address abuse in sport

Baseline prevalence study to measure athlete experience with all forms of maltreatment

OTTAWA, ON (March 7th, 2019) - AthletesCAN, in partnership with University of Toronto, and with the support of the Government of Canada, is pleased to announce a baseline prevalence study will be carried out in the coming weeks to provide a snapshot of Canada’s national team athletes’ experiences with abuse, harassment and discrimination in sport. 


AthletesCAN Statement on CBC Investigation into Abuse in Sport

February 11, 2019 (OTTAWA, ON) - As the collective voice of Canada’s national team athletes, we know firsthand that sport is a force for good in our country and across the globe. We also understand a hidden culture of abuse exists to an alarming extent, because we’ve experienced it – some of us directly and some indirectly. Some of us experienced abuse as children, and some as adults. Abuse does not discriminate – not in sport, not anywhere.



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