Wednesday, February, 13th, 2019
CSCM is committed to providing a safe place for all who come in contact with it. CSCM has and will continue to intervene on behalf of athletes (or any member of our community) who are placed in harm’s way.
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Meet Our Athletes
Tuesday, January, 29th, 2019
When I retired, I experienced many negative thoughts, feelings and emotions. I felt like everything I did had to be perfect. I experienced failures in my working career which I took very personally since failure was—quite fortunately for me I guess—not something I had to undergo with very much regularity as an athlete.
As a result, I think I lived for many years with anxiety and depression which, in addition to not being diagnosed, was unbeknownst to me.
Friday, February, 23rd, 2018
For the past four years, CSCM has been assisting athletes with their Push to PyeongChang. Athletes like Olympic Medallist Bailey Bram (ice hockey) and Paralympic Gold Medallist Dennis […]
Thursday, February, 8th, 2018
How the COPSI Network is Helping Find Future Olympians In order to ensure that Canada continues its strong placements at major games, it is key […]
In the news
Thursday, April, 26th, 2018
New inductees reflect hope that gender equality is becoming a bigger priority in sport
Thursday, March, 15th, 2018
On Saturday, March 17th at the Dakota Community Centre, Olympic officials will be searching for young athletes with raw talent that could be future Olympic stars.