Game Plan, powered by Deloitte, is Canada’s total athlete wellness program that strives to support national team athletes to live better and more holistic lives. Below is a list of resources that are available to all Team Canada Olympians through Game Plan.
Check out the Game Plan website for a list of all available programs and resources. You will be prompted to create an account to access all sections of the website.
The Canadian Olympic School Program offers over 100 free online education resources that are aimed at promoting safer and more inclusive sport environments, inspiring the application of the Olympic values, and engaging Canadians in adopting and maintaining healthy active lifestyles. The resources are pedagogically sound, adaptable lessons written by teachers, for educators, athletes, coaches and community groups. Check out the Canadian Olympic School Program page to access the resources (log-in required).
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.
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: www.clearviewconnects.com 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.
Located in Montreal, the Canadian Olympic Experience is a family-friendly interactive museum that honours you, our country’s athletes, and celebrates Canada’s Olympic Movement. As a Team Canada Olympian, you always have free access to the exhibit – simply identify yourself as an Olympian at the ticket desk, present an ID and enjoy a complimentary visit. If you know the dates of your visit in advance, please send us an e-mail to let us know.
The Canadian Olympic Club is an all-access community uniting and rewarding Team Canada fans. Join the club to gain points, rewards and get email updates from the Canadian Olympic Team (log-in required).
The Athletes’ Commission (AC) represents the voice of athletes to the Canadian Olympic Committee Board of Directors and is instrumental in presenting Canadian athletes’ perspectives on policy and program decisions, such as Olympic Team selection, athlete funding and other matters concerning high performance sport in Canada. You can see the list of AC representatives or connect with the Athletes’ Commission via e-mail.
Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) has been the leading and most trusted source to learn, share and support Canada’s sports community for over 40 years. SIRC is committed to engaging with organizations and individuals involved in or responsible for the development of sport and fitness in Canada and around the world. Check out the SIRC website for job opportunities, upcoming webinars, SIRCuit (national e-sport publication) and other sport empowerment resources.
Canadian Sport Helpline commitment is to ensure that Canadian sport participants of all levels compete in a safe and welcoming environment. Are you aware of a suspected incident of abuse, harassment, discrimination or bullying? Do you have questions and/or concerns regarding this incident? We are here to provide you with advice, guidance and resources on how to proceed/intervene appropriately in the circumstances.
The World Olympians Association (WOA) is an association of Olympic athletes from all over the world. Representing Olympians at all stages of their lives, the WOA’s mission is to serve Olympians and mobilize them to serve society. Check out the WOA website and see below for services and programs offered.
Athlete365 is a new brand created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the IOC Athletes’ Commission that unites all athlete-focused IOC initiatives and communication. See how Athlete365 supports athletes on their journey to the Olympic Games and beyond. You will be prompted to create an account to access all sections of the website.