Hockey Canada recommended adopting "Directors, Sports Safety - Abuse, Harassment and Abuse" to strengthen the overall sports safety framework. I am aiming.
This post was made on Thursday. This is because the sport's national governing body continues to attempt to restore trust and confidence from the public following significant scrutiny regarding its handling of past sexual assault allegations.
The organization is seeking a person to lead the development, implementation and evaluation of a "Comprehensive Multi-Year Abuse, Harassment and Abuse Strategy."
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Hockey Canada also states that the individual will oversee an "independent and confidential complaints mechanism." Additionally, the organization says it aims to "create a sports culture and environment free of all forms of abuse and harm" in its job postings.
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On Tuesday, Toronto attorney Andrea Skinner said that after Michael Brindamore stepped down three days ago, He was appointed interim chairman of the board of directors of Hockey Canada.
He said it would depend on getting a response, along with the request for a "meeting".
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