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The Canadian Olympic Committee believes in equity and justice for all. Athletes should be judged by their performance on the field of play and their character as people, embracing all athletes for who they are. Developed in conjunction with Egale Human Rights Trust and the You Can Play Project, the One Team program is aimed at promoting LGBTQ+ inclusion and respect in schools and in sport throughout the country. Learn more about it here and to get involved, email our OLY team.

COC Whistleblowing Policy

The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) is committed to creating and maintaining an environment that is free from harassment and discrimination on prohibited grounds. The COC Policy Statement and Guidelines on Conduct is available to addresses such matters.

The COC Whistleblowing Policy enables COC Participants to raise concerns about any prohibited behaviour or any breach of the COC Policy Statement and Guidelines on Conduct anonymously and without fear of reprisal.

To report a concern, you may use the confidential website: or call 1.833.627.0491. Alternatively, you can complete the form found on page 7 of the Canadian Olympic Committee Policy Statement on Whistleblowing. You can also refer to the Safe Sport section on the COC website.