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Sport Policy in Canada provides the first and most comprehensive analysis of the new Canadian Sport Policy adopted in 2012. In light of this new policy, the authors, top scholars in the field, provide detailed accounts of the most salient sport policies and programs, while also discussing issues and challenges facing policy makers.

In Canada and around the world, the last decades have known a sharp increase in state intervention and public funding in pursuit of medals on the international stage and in support of a more active lifestyle. Governments at all levels have made substantial investments in hope of hosting major sporting events to benefit from the economic impact and gain international prestige.The study of sport policies, often neglected in the past, is becoming an increasingly important research topic. Sport Policy in Canada seeks to fill this void by offering the most comprehensive analysis of sport policy since Macintosh, Bedecki, and Franks' Sport Policy in Canada (1987). 


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SPORT POLICY IN CANADA
SPORT POLICY IN CANADA
EDITED BY
Lucie Thibault, Brock University
and
Jean Harvey, University of Ottawa
Research Centre for Sport in Canadian Society University of Ottawa
University of Ottawa Press 2013
The University of Ottawa Press acknowledges with gratitude the support extended to its publishing list by Canadian Heritage through the Canada Book Fund, by the Canada Council for the Arts, by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences through the Awards to Scholarly Publications Program and by the University of Ottawa. Copy editing: Lisa Hannaford-Wong Proofreading: Thierry Black Typesetting: infographie CS Cover design: Johanna Pedersen Conversion to ePub:Studio C1C4 Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication  Sport policy in Canada / edited by Lucie Thibault, Brock University; and Jean Harvey, University of Ottawa. Includes bibliographical references and index. Issued in print and electronic formats. ISBN 978-0-7766-2126-5 (pbk.) ISBN 978-0-7766-2095-4 (pdf) ISBN 978-0-7766-2096-1 (epub)  1. Sports and state--Canada. 2. Sports administration--Canada. I. Thibault, Lucie, editor of compilation II. Harvey, Jean, editor of compilation GV706.35.S66 2013 796.06’9 C2013-907650-6  C2013-907651-4 © Lucie Thibault and Jean Harvey, 2013 under Creative Commons License Attribution–Non Commercial Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)http://creative-commons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
List of Figures
Figure 1.1Sport Canada’s Contributions to Sport 1985–2013 (CA $) Figure 1.2Canadian Sport Policy2012 Policy Framework Figure 2.1Mechanisms for Federal-Provincial/Territorial Government Collaboration Figure 6.1Canadian Sport Participation Levels and Medals Won in Olympic Games
List ofTables
Table 1.1Sport Canada Legislation and Policies
Table 1.26–2013Canadian Ministers/Secretary of State for Sport 197 Table 1.3Sport-Related Publications by the Government of Can ada and Other Organizations 1985–2012
Table 1.4Sport Canada’s Contributions to Sport Since 1985
Table 2.1Provincial/Territorial Government Units Responsible for Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity Table 2.2to Sport and PhysicalFederal-Provincial/Territorial Agreements Relating Activity Table 2.3isAreas of Responsibility on a Program-by-Program Bas Table 2.4neric BilateralGovernment of Canada Financial Contributions for Ge Agreements (CA$) 2002–2011 Table 2.5Government of Canada Financial Contributions for Ab original Bilateral Agreements (CA$) 2006–2011
Table 4.10–2012Canada’s Paralympic and Olympic Medal Standings 200
Table 4.2Stakeholders and Descriptions
Table 4.3Sport Funding and Accountability Framework (CA$) Table 4.4r NSO AssessmentSport Funding and Accountability Framework IV Summe Weighting Grid Table 4.5Sport Funding and Accountability Framework Ranking and Sport Canada Funding for Summer Sport NSOs Table 4.6Sport Funding and Accountability Framework Ranking and Sport Canada Funding for Winter Sport NSOs Table 5.1Centres/InstitutesSport Canada Funding to Athletes and Canadian Sport from 2000–2012 (CA$)
Table 8.1Major International Multi-Sport Games Hosted by Can ada
AAP AAU ABC ASC AWAD BASM
CAAWS
CAC CAD CAN Fund CBC
CCES CEO CFLRI CFTC CGC
CGC IDS
CICS CIHR COA COC
CODA COF CP-ISRA CPC CS4L CSC CSDP CSI CSP CTV DMWG FACE FCFA
Abbreviations
Athlete Assistance Program
Amateur Athletic Union of Canada
American Broadcasting Company
Aboriginal Sport Circle
Athlete(s) with a disability
British Association of Sports Medicine Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women a nd Sport and Physical Activity Coaching Association of Canada
Canadian Dollars
Canadian Athletes Now Fund
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport
Chief Executive Officer Canadian Fitness and Lifestyle Research Instit ute Children’s Fitness Tax Credit
Commonwealth Games Canada Commonwealth Games Canada International Development through Sport Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretari at Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canadian Olympic Association Canadian Olympic Committee
Calgary Olympic Development Association
Canadian Olympic Foundation
Cerebral Palsy International Sport and Recre ation Association
Canadian Paralympic Committee
Canadian Sport for Life
Canadian Sport Centre
Commonwealth Sport Development Program
Canadian Sport Institute
Canadian Sport Policy
Canadian Television Network
Deputy Minister Working Group
Fuelling Athlete and Coaching Excellence Fédération des communautés francophones et acad ienne du Canada
FIFA FINA FISU FPTSC GSS HIV/AIDS
IAAF IBSA IDS IF
IICGADS
INAS-FID IOC IOSD IPC ISDO ISRC IWAS IWG LGBT LTAD M&E MSO NAIG NFC
NFL NGO NOC NSERC NSO
NWT OCASI OCOG OCOL OTP PAGS
Fédération internationale de football associati on Fédération internationale de natation Fédération internationale du sport universitair e Federal-Provincial/Territorial Sport Committee General Social Survey
Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immun e Deficiency Syndrome International Association of Athletics Federati on International Blind Sport Association
International Development through Sport
International Sport Federation International Intergovernmental Consultative Group on Anti-Doping in Sport International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability
International Olympic Committee International Organizations of Sports for the D isabled International Paralympic Committee
Indigenous Sport Development Officer
Interprovincial Sport and Recreation Council
International Wheelchair and Amputee Sport Asso ciation International Working Group on Women and Sport Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered perso ns
Long-Term Athlete Development
Monitoring and Evaluation
Multi-Sport/Service Organization
North American Indigenous Games
National Fitness Council
National Football League
Non-Government Organization
National Olympic Committee Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Coun cil National Sport Organization
Northwest Territories Ontario Council for Agencies Serving Immigrant s Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games
Office of the Commissioner of Official Language s
Own the Podium
Pan American Games Society
PARC Federal-Provincial/Territorial Physical Activit y and Recreation Committee PASM Physical Activity and Sport Monitor P.A.Y. Physically Active Youth P.L.A.Y. Promoting Life-Skills in Aboriginal Groups PSO Provincial Sport Organization PTASB Provincial/Territorial Aboriginal Sport Bodies RTE Road to Excellence RTP Right to Play SCRI Sport Canada Research Initiative SDP Sport for Development and Peace SFAF Sport Funding and Accountability Framework SPARC Sport, Physical Activity, and Recreation Commi ttee SPIN Sport Programs in Inner City Neighbourhoods SPRI Sport Participation Research Initiative SSHRC Social Sciences and Humanities Research Counci l UK Sport United Kingdom Sport UN United Nations UNESCO United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cu ltural Organization UNOSDP United Nations Office on Sport for Developmen t and Peace USA United States of America USSR Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic VANOC 2010 Winter Games WAAF Women’s Amateur Athletic Federation WADA World Anti-Doping Agency WOAW Women Organizing Activities for Women WWII World War II YMCA Young Men’s Christian Association YWCA Young Women’s Christian Association
Acknowledgements
he editors and authors would like to acknowledge Du blic servants from all levels of T government involved in sDort as well as leaders of various national, Drovincial and local non-Drofit sDort organizations for their avai lability and their willingness to answer our questions about the Dolicies that affect them a nd their organizations. We would esDecially like to recognize the assistance of SDor t Canada and, in Darticular, an Smith, Joanne Kay, avid McCrindle and Steve Findla y for their answers to our questions and their suggestions. The views exDresse d in this book however, are solely those of the authors. We would also like to thank the Research Centre for SDort in Canadian Society, University of Ottawa. A number of authors Dresented versions of their chaDters at workshoDs hosted by the Research Centre. To this en d, we wish to thank the workshoD DarticiDants for their constructive feedback. We wo uld also like to acknowledge the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and SDort Canada’s SDort ParticiDation Research Initiative for the fun ds which made the research of many chaDters included in this book Dossible. Finally, we would like to acknowledge the universit ies and institutions to which we are affiliated. They Drovide the numerous resources that enable us to carry out our research. In alDhabetical order, these are: British Columbia Centre of Excellence in Women’s Health; Brock University; Loughborough Univ ersity; Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, Government of C anada; Queen’s University; University of British Columbia; University of Michi gan; University of Ottawa; University of Toronto; University of Windsor; Western University; and York University.