The following assistance is available to help report or respond to bullying, abuse, harassment or discrimination in sport provincially and nationally.
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.
Sask Sport Resource Line staff are qualified to handle calls regarding child and youth maltreatment (national/provincial child and youth protection laws) and organization-specific risk management and dispute resolution models.
The Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport is the core document that sets harmonized rules to be adopted by sport organizations that receive funding from the Government of Canada to advance a respectful sport culture that delivers quality, inclusive, accessible, welcoming and safe sport experiences.
Read the full Code of Conduct below.
Sask Sport’s Dispute Resolution Officer can assist organizations with best practices regarding how to handle a complaint in sport.
The Alternate Dispute Resolution Institute of Saskatchewan provides neutral, third-party case management services to any sport in Saskatchewan.
Call the Sask Sport Resource Line or Sask Sport’s Dispute Resolution Officer to determine whether or not the Alternate Dispute Resolution is a service you require.
All active and affiliate members of Sask Sport are required to adopt a Dispute Resolution Policy Suite.
The Canadian Sport Helpline is a free, anonymous, confidential and independent service in both official languages. It can be reached at 1.888.83SPORT.