The Sport We Want Symposium: Essays

(July 2003) Six papers formed the basis for discussion during The Sport We Want Symposium held in September 2003. Download the full volume below, or choose individual papers or condensed versions from the symposium page. [3 MB PDF]

Ethical challenges and responsibilities regarding supplements

(May 2004) The problems of supplement use for athletes are many and tangled. Not only are there multiple players, each with different responsibilities and roles there are also extremely important vested and competing interests. It is clear that no one player in this situation is capable of shaping...

Reasons to Believe Survey

(July 2005) The Strategic Counsel presents the findings from a survey of Canadians on values in sport. [1 MB PDF]

Blood Sample Collection Integral to Clean Sport in Canada

(Ottawa, Ontario – August 11, 2009) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is resuming blood testing, complementing the use of urine analysis in an increasingly robust anti-doping program...Read more

Dubin Inquiry Head Leaves Legacy for Canadians

(Ottawa, Ontario – October 28, 2008) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) mourns the loss of the honourable Charles Dubin, an accomplished and respected jurist and a key figure in the...Read more

Non-medical intravenous infusions are prohibited in sport

(Ottawa, Ontario – September 26, 2007) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) would like to alert the sport community that intravenous infusions are prohibited in sport, except as a...Read more

Health Canada Issues Warning Against Dietary Supplement MdMt

(Ottawa, Ontario – July 13, 2007) – Health Canada issued an advisory earlier this week to warn consumers against a dietary supplement called MdMt, or any other supplements containing the synthetic...Read more

Expert Analysis Determines “Hypoxic Devices Need Not Be Banned”

(Ottawa, Ontario – October 4, 2006) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) supports the decision of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) that hypoxic devices should not be added to the 2007...Read more

Health Canada Issues Warning Against Products Containing Anabolic Steroids

(Ottawa, Ontario – May 23, 2006) – Health Canada recently issued an advisory to warn consumers about five products containing illegal anabolic steroids: Anabolic Xtreme Superdrol, Methyl-1-P, Ergomax...Read more

Health Canada Issues Warning on Methyl-1-Testosterone

(Ottawa, Ontario – February 23, 2006) – Health Canada recently issued an advisory to warn consumers not to use supplements containing methyl-1-testosterone, including the product M1T Andro...Read more