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CCES Supports Renewed Call for Global Anti-Doping Reforms

(Ottawa, Ontario – March 12, 2017) – The will to implement reforms to improve global anti-doping remains the missing ingredient in a recipe for clean sport. A clear call for system changes were...Read more

U Sports Football Athlete Suspended for the Presence of D- and L-Amphetamine

(Ottawa, Ontario – January 5, 2017) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) announced today that Daniel McNicoll, a U Sports football athlete from Carleton University, received a two-year...Read more


Paul Melia's Blog

Finding Solutions out of Scandal

Tomorrow morning, Canadian law professor, Richard McLaren, is set to release a second, in-depth report into Russia’s state-sponsored doping regime. In July, his first report sent shock waves through the international sport community. He presented compelling evidence that implicated the highest...Read more

Watching the Rio Opening Ceremonies

I love watching the Opening Ceremonies at the Olympic Games. It’s a spectacle like few others in sport. Athletes from countries large and small parade into the main stadium, perma-smiles etched on their faces, many skipping and hopping their way around the track, powered by pride and purpose.Read more