The CCES recognizes the tremendous potential of sport to teach values. To ensure that the values sport teaches are the ones that we as a sport community, and more generally as a society want, we must constantly monitor and examine what is going on in sport at all levels.

From time to time, we publish discussion papers exploring current incidents and issues in sport. We also commission public opinion research to help us better understand how Canadians view important ethical issues involving sport. The purpose is to identify the values being taught and lessons learned and to stimulate and engage the sport community and Canadians in a discussion and clarification of their impact and root causes. We welcome your thoughts and feedback.


See Also...

Canadians favour tough doping penalties (Nanos Research)

Between November 7 and 10, 2009, Nanos Research conducted a random telephone survey of 1,005 Canadians 18 years and older. The CCES would like to thank Nanos Research for permission to publish this survey.

What Sport Can Do: The True Sport Report

The “What Sport Can Do: The True Sport Report” provides conclusive proof of how good sport can be used intentionally to positively influence a wide range of societal goals, including child and youth development, crime prevention, education, social inclusion and economic and environmental...

Reasons to Believe Survey

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