Media Releases

Swimming Athlete Suspended for the Presence of Methylphenidate

Ottawa – August 2, 2022 – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) announced today that Tayden De Pol, a swimming athlete, received a one-month sanction for an anti-doping rule violation...

CCES Board of Directors Calls for Public Inquiry into Toxic Sport Culture

Ottawa – July 25, 2022 – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) announced today that its board of directors has called on the Prime Minister of Canada and his Cabinet to take swift and...

The CCES and COC Announce Pilot Project and Education Initiative to Tackle Competition Manipulation

Ottawa – July 13, 2022 – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES), in collaboration with the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), are proud to announce a pilot project to help national sport...

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Advisory Notes

Anti-Doping Information for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Now Available for Canadian Athletes

Ottawa – June 7, 2022 – Anti-doping information for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is now available for Team Canada athletes and support personnel. The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (...

The CCES Invites Sport Organizations to Participate in Risk Management Workshops

Ottawa – May 18, 2022 – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) invites expressions of interest from national and multi-sport organizations who are interested in participating in a Risk...

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CCES Blog: Making Sport Better

EVOLVE: How one organization is tackling culture change

By Karri Dawson, Senior Director, Quality Sport, CCES Everyone is talking about the need for a shift in the culture of sport to ensure all participants are...

November 25, 2021

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Nominations

The CCES welcomes nominations for our board of directors, working groups and committees.

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