The CCES education program offers values-based clean sport education activities and information to Canadian athletes, support personnel, and the rest of the athlete’s entourage.

All CCES education activities are rooted in the values and principles of True Sport.

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Online Learning

Courses about anti-doping and other clean sport topics, including True Sport Clean.

Tools and Resourcces

Tools and Resources

Downloadable, print and interactive resources on many clean sport topics.

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Advisory Notes

Stay up to date with the latest news and alerts.

Presentations and Outreach

In-person and event-based education activities.

Clean Sport Educators

Training and certification for our partners in clean sport.


Curious about something specific? Email us now.

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Cannabis is just one of many substances that are legal in Canada, yet prohibited in sport.

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Nutritional and sport supplements can be useful, but can also lead to anti-doping rule violations.



Anabolic steroids remain a common choice for athletes who choose to dope.

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The Prohibited List

The World Anti-Doping Agency’s Prohibited List defines what substances and methods are prohibited in sport.

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Medical Exemptions

If you have been prescribed a medication on the Prohibited List, you may need an exemption.

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Check Your Medications

Are the prescription and over-the-counter medications you use prohibited? Find out now.

See Also...

Quick Reference Card

(2019) This handy card highlights athletes' rights and responsibilities and CCES anti-doping resources...