Sask Sport strives for sport in Saskatchewan to be as safe as possible and welcoming for all participants.
Keeping sport healthy, safe and fun has been a priority of Sask Sport for decades and we work with our membership and partners to fulfill that goal, on and off the field.
Sask Sport has policies and resources available that assist both sport organizations and participants in addressing complaints and preventing all forms of disputes and maltreatment. From common sport disputes to serious complaints, related to bullying, abuse, harassment, discrimination Sask Sport can help.
Assistance is available to help report or respond to bullying, abuse, harassment or discrimination in sport, including a confidential and anonymous support line.
Online training, certification and tolls for activity leaders, parents and organizers.
Communicating long-term suspensions for coaches and activity leaders is an important step to ensure sport environments are as safe as possible. Provincial Sport Organizations are required to report the suspension to Sask Sport.
Screening includes comprehensive background and reference checks, interviews and check ins done at regular intervals. Sask Sport offers policy support and other resources to assist with screening practices.
A comprehensive list of information and services available to Saskatchewan’s amateur sport community to keep sport welcoming and safe for participants.
Materials to help organizations promote awareness of safe sport resources.
The Sask Sport Resource Line provides free, confidential, bilingual and anonymous assistance to calls, texts or emails inquiries regarding possible bullying, abuse, harassment or discrimination in sport.