Exploring the Systematic and Technical Gaps within the Canadian Paralympic Sport System and Highlighting Future Trends and Opportunities for Sustainable Sport Specific Athlete Pathways
Catherine Gosselin-Despres – Canadian Paralympic Committee
David Legg – Alberta Para Sport
Element – Accessible Sport
Child Sexual Abuse – Awareness and Education in Sport
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, a national charity that works to reduce the incidence of child sexual abuse and exploitation, will provide an overview of their organization, the work they are doing in sport, the scope of the problem of sexual abuse, and highlight tools available for sport to help mitigate risk.
How can we advance para sport in Alberta? David Legg with Alberta Para Sport and Catherine Gosselin-Despres from the Canadian Paralympic Committee will guide a discussion with leaders in this session of what’s next for para sport in Alberta and what can be done to be even more inclusive in this area.
Host – Kate Moorhouse – Manager, Education, Diversity and Inclusion – Canadian Olympic Committee
Rosie Cossar – 2012 Olympian – Consultant, Sport Inclusion – Canadian Olympic Committee
Isabelle Cayer – Manager, Diversity and Inclusion – Coaching Association of Canada
Stephanie Shostak – President Alberta Volleyball Officials Association / You Can Play Ambassador
Kieran Block – Former Canadian Sledge Hockey Team Member / You Can Play Ambassador
The morning starts bright and early as your conference hosts preview the day and we welcome a representative from the Enoch Cree Nation which is a proud First Nations situated on Treat No. 6 territory in central Alberta, bordering the city of Edmonton’s west side to bring greetings.