Partnerships

Promoting ethical conduct in sport requires collaboration with key partners and stakeholders. The CCES has engaged in a variety of initiatives with leading sport organizations, public authorities and the private sector in the roles of participant, partner and leader. In fact, the opportunity to understand the diverse perspectives of key stakeholders is essential to CCES, as it provides a solid, stable foundation on which to build its mandate.

Government of Canada

Sport Canada strives to increase the number of Canadians participating in sport, while helping those with talent and dedication to achieve the highest in excellence internationally. They are dedicated to enhancing Canada’s sport development system and ensuring sport’s contribution to Canadian identity, culture and society.

Sport Canada’s mandate includes the promotion of ethical sport. The CCES is grateful for the commitment that Sport Canada and the Department of Canadian Heritage have shown to ethical sport. Their international leadership and financial support of the CCES are having a significant impact.

For more information please visit http://canada.pch.gc.ca/eng/1413910841375/.

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The True Sport Foundation is a national charitable organization that promotes values-driven sport. The Foundation is focused on building and enriching the lives of individuals and the communities in which they live by promoting safe, welcoming and rewarding environments for those who participate in sport from playground to podium.

CCES and the True Sport Foundation continue to work closely on many exciting initiatives and programs. Most notably, CCES and the True Sport Foundation are leading the growth and development of the True Sport Movement.

The True Sport Foundation, through partnerships and charitable donations from organizations such as Bell Canada, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, and the Ontario Trillium Foundation, funds and supports a variety of programs and awards for communities and athletes across Canada.  

To learn more about the True Sport Foundation, visit www.truesportfoundation.ca.

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Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) promotes and coordinates the worldwide fight against doping in sport. Through this autonomous agency, the Olympic Movement and the world's public authorities have intensified their efforts to keep doping out of sport.

As a member of the WADA Legal Committee, CCES played a key role in the structural development and content of the World Anti-Doping Code.

One of WADA’s most effective activities has been to send independent teams to major games and world championships to observe and report on doping control.  Independent observation and reporting increases athlete and public confidence in the quality of doping control.  CCES staff have been members of WADA Independent Observer teams at Olympic Games, Paralympic Games as well as regional and world championships.

To learn more about WADA and its programs, visit its website at www.wada-ama.org.

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iNADO is the international member body for National Anti-Doping Organisations (NADOs) and their staff. iNADO promotes best anti-doping practices by NADOs, and is their international voice. The CCES was one of the first members of iNADO and continues to be a strong supporter of its goals.

To learn more about iNADO and its programs, visit its website at www.inado.org.

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To maximize the fight against doping in the sports world, the INRS–Institut Armand-Frappier doping control laboratory develops methods for detecting and identifying increasingly sophisticated doping agents. Accredited by the World Anti-Doping Agency, the laboratory performs analyses to the highest scientific standards.

To learn more about the INRS, visit its website at www.inrs.ca.

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The Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada (SDRCC) is a national, sport-specific alternative dispute resolution organization geared toward resolving conflicts that arise within the Canadian amateur sport community. 

The SDRCC is less costly and resolves conflicts more quickly and efficiently than the traditional judicial court system. Trained and experienced mediators, with a general knowledge of the sport system, make final binding decisions on disputes.

Based on the model used by the international Court of Arbitration for Sport, the SDRCC is composed of an independent arbitration process and a disputes secretariat to administer hearings. 

To learn more about the SDRCC, visit its website at www.sdrcc.ca.