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Latest Media Releases

U SPORTS Football Athlete Suspended for the Presence of Drostanolone

(Ottawa, Ontario – January 21, 2020) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) announced today that Logan Fischer, a U SPORTS football athlete affiliated with the University of Manitoba,...

U SPORTS Football Athlete Suspended for the Presence of SARM LGD-4033

(Ottawa, Ontario – January 9, 2020) – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) confirmed today that Malcom Lee, a U SPORTS football athlete affiliated with the University of British Columbia,...

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Latest Advisory Notes

Webinar Invitation: The Implications of World Athletics’ Regulations on Female Athletes with Differences of Sexual Development

(Ottawa, Ontario – February 4, 2020) – On February 28, 2020, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) will host a webinar to discuss the impacts of World Athletics’ (formerly IAAF) regulations...

The CCES Seeks Your Views on a Revised Canadian Anti-Doping Program

(Ottawa, Ontario – January 30, 2020) – A new World Anti-Doping Code was approved last fall by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and goes into effect on January 1, 2021. The Canadian Centre for...

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CCES Blog

Vancouver 2010: A Clean Games

February 12, 2020

As we celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, much is being written about these Games, their impact on the country, on Canadians and on our sporting system and culture. The Games are widely viewed by Canadians as a tremendous success: they truly...Read more

Let’s Not Eliminate Organized Sport from Public Schools

December 19, 2019

Growing up in a small town, the only opportunity I had to participate in organized sport – be it competitive or intramural – was in public school. Aside from hockey, our town didn’t offer sport leagues or other opportunities. I imagine this remains the case in many small towns throughout Ontario.Read more

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