True Sport in the News

Windsor Man To Take Part In Doping Control at Rio Olympics

A Windsor man is heading to the Rio Olympics to make sure all athletes are on a level playing field. Neil McKenzie is a certified Doping Control Officer with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports. "I'm a true sport advocate," says McKenzie. "I believe in hard work. I know what it takes to become... Read More

$54M Minto Rec Complex opens in Barrhaven to high fanfare

Minto becomes first facility to adopt True Sport Principles before opening. Coinciding with RBC Sports Day in Canada, the Minto Recreation Complex celebrated a national distinction by becoming the first facility to adopt the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport’s True Sport Principles before it... Read More

Waterdown District High School celebrates excellence at 2015-16 athletic banquet

Jun 17, 2016 - Waterdown District High School handed out the hardware to student athletes June 9 at its annual athletics banquet. The True Sport Award winners were Logan McCarles and Lindsay Wilcox. Read More

Grad student wins award for thesis on transgender policies in sport

MAY 31, 2016 — At this rate, our graduate students are going to need a bigger trophy case. That’s because Jaxon Rae Hutton was named a 2016 sport study scholarship recipient from the Lyle Makosky Values and Ethics in Sport Fund for his Master’s research project on transgender athletic policies in... Read More

Fifty sport groups unite to keep the games positive

Members of Manitoba's sports community have decided to take a stand. Fifty of the province's sport organizations and a total of 146 members so far have signed up for the True Sport Lives Here Manitoba initiative, launched today at Manitoba's Sport for Life Centre. Read More

A New Focus On The Games Kids Play

A group of seven local organizations have banded together to form the driving force behind the official launch of “True Sport Manitoba Lives Here.” That group includes Sport Manitoba, Baseball Manitoba, the Manitoba Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Council, River East Transcona School Division, The... Read More

Too many practices and games are killing youths' enthusiasm for sport, coach says

Canadian youth are choosing to hang up their cleats or skates at a younger age partly because they have far too many practices and games, which tire them out and kill their passion for the sport, says a North Vancouver soccer coach. Read More

All-stars named at the 2016 Canadian ringette championships

London, Ontario – April 9, 2016 – All-stars were named tonight at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Canadian ringette championships in London, Ontario. Agnes Jacks True Sport awards were also presented in each division. Winners included Manitoba U16 , Alberta Blue in the U19... Read More

Ravens Varsity Athletes get involved in Succeed Clean Program

Succeed Clean

(OTTAWA, ON) — Starting today, Carleton Ravens varsity athletes will participate in a school visit program to talk to middle school students and high school students about Appearance and Performance Enhancing Drugs (APEDs) and succeeding clean in sport and life. Read More

Lancers partner with local organizations for Succeed Clean program

Succeed Clean

February 17, 2016 - The Department of Athletics and Recreational Services is pleased to announce that athletes in the Windsor Lancer family will participate in the Succeed Clean program to help bring awareness to local youth on the hazards of appearance and performance enhancing drugs. Read More

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