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Shifting sport to Health Canada could transform the landscape of Canadian sports by addressing existing challenges and introducing a fresh focus on athletes’ physical and mental well-being. (Shutterstock)

Ottawa should prioritize the health of all athletes, especially children

There is an urgent need to shift sports administration to Health Canada, which should prioritize the health and well-being of all athletes, especially children.
Canada women’s national soccer team goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé holds her gold medal from the Tokyo Olympics as she poses for photographs after an announcement in Vancouver on March 16, 2022. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

The more medals Canadian athletes win, the fewer Canadians participate in organized sport

With the Paris Olympics and Canada’s Future of Sport Commission both to start soon, this is a timely critique of the Canadian sport system.
Canadian sport organizations and governing bodies have much to learn from national team athletes when it comes to improving accountability and preventing costly litigation. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ASP-Yi-Chin Lee/Houston

Canadian sport leaders should look to national team athletes for lessons in accountability

Canada Soccer has the potential to model, both nationally and globally, the same standards of accountability and leadership excellence that are expected of national team athletes.
Members of the Hamilton Tiger Cats 1999 winning team hoist the Grey Cup during a pre-game ceremony in Hamilton, Ont., Oct. 4, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Peter Power

Grey Cup 2023: Canadian institution or antiquated tradition?

While the Grey Cup and Canadian football were once considered significant national institutions, part of their allure appears to have faded over the years.
Canada’s Vanessa Gilles reacts at the full-time whistle after losing their Group B soccer match 4-0 against Australia at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Melbourne, Australia, on July 31, 2023. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Scott Barbour

The upside to Canada being knocked out of the FIFA Women’s World Cup

The implications of the Canadian women’s soccer team’s World Cup loss goes beyond Canadian national pride.
Nike has made it clear that its support of Hockey Canada is contingent on the organization behaving in a transparent and accountable manner. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

What the end of Nike’s sponsorship means for Hockey Canada

The unique relationship between Nike and Hockey Canada makes the end of their decades-long sponsorship especially notable.
Canadian sport is in crisis. Only significant change and oversight can end the cycle of scandals and controversies. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

To mend the shredded fabric of Canadian sport, Canada needs an independent standards commission

The recent measures announced by the sport minister are a step in the right direction. But Canada needs an independent commission to monitor and prevent abuse in sport.
Toronto Maple Leafs center John Tavares celebrates his game-winning goal against the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs on April 29 in Tampa, Fla. It’s the Leafs first playoff series win since 2004. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

Leafs and Oilers in the NHL playoffs: Can I cheer on a team I usually hate?

Why do many Canadian hockey fans feel the urge to support teams they would ordinarily delight in rooting against?

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