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Safe Sport

The 2024 Canadian Ringette Championships Host Committee is committed to promoting and creating safe and inclusive sport and recreation environments for all athletes, spectators, employees, and volunteers.


Safety in sport incorporates promotion, awareness, training, resources, programs and initiatives across a broad spectrum. This includes areas such as concussion management, injury prevention, addressing maltreatment, anti-bulling, anti-racism, mental health and wellbeing. 

2024 Canadian Ringette Championships declared a True Sport Event

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Independent 3rd party Reporting

Ringette Canada provides access to an independent third party for all members. You can contact this third party to report or discuss incidents of abuse or harassment of any kind during the 2024 Canadian Ringette Championships.

You can reach them directly through the email address: This is a confidential email address which will only be accessed by the third party.

The independent third party is:

  • Qualified to analyze complaints and determine whether they are admissible to Certified Human Resources Professionals (CHRP) and practising lawyers.

  • Knowledgeable of all applicable Ringette Canada policies.

  • Independent from Ringette Canada (Professionally and Personally).

  • Able to address complaints professionally in both official languages.

For more information see Ringette Canada's Investigations Policy and Discipline and Complaints Policy.

True Sport

The True Sport Principles express an approach to sport that the vast majority of Canadians already believe in and practice. Although widely embraced, these principles often go unspoken. So when they are violated — when people’s attitudes and actions threaten healthy and respectful competition — supporters of good sport can be caught off guard, unsure how to stand up for the sport they believe in.

To learn more, please visit their website:

True Sport Principles

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