Safe Sport

The Saskatchewan Games Council is committed to providing a safe and positive environment for all participants of the Saskatchewan Games. The Saskatchewan Games Council supports equal opportunities, prohibits discriminatory practices, and is committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and fairness.

Safe Sport: Fast Facts

  • All participants of the Saskatchewan Games (including athletes, coaches, managers, mission staff, and officials) must sign and adhere to the Saskatchewan Games Code of Conduct.
  • All coaches, managers, mission staff, officials, and host committee volunteers and staff who will be interacting with athletes must undergo a Vulnerable Sector Check as part of their Criminal Record Check prior to their participation in the Games.
  • Youth athletes will receive continuous supervision throughout their time at the Games. Coaches and managers are responsible for the conduct of their athletes at all times during the Games, including transportation to and from the Games.
  • Coaches and managers will abide by the Rule of Two, ensuring that any one-on-one interaction between a coach and an athlete must take place within earshot and view of the second coach/manager.
  • Coaches and managers will room separately from athletes at the Athletes' Village.
  • Any violations of the Code of Conduct or any behaviour contrary to the spirit of the Saskatchewan Games will be subject to disciplinary action. Disciplinary procedures and sanctions are detailed in the Code of Conduct files linked above.

Safe Sport: Links and Resources