News & Events

Weekly Roundup Jan. 12-18

Four Saskatchewan representatives on Olympic long track speed skating team White City’s Marsha Hudey and Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish will...

Weekly Roundup Jan. 5-11

Emily Clark headed to Olympics for second time Saskatoon’s Emily Clark is one of 23 players announced to the Canadian...

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Game Plan YXE Web Series – JANUARY 2022

Game Plan YXE : Athlete Wellness & Self-Care: A Key Strategy for Podium Performances  This interactive session will provide tips...

The 2022 Prohibited List is Now in Effect

Ottawa – January 4, 2022 – The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) reminds the Canadian sport community that the World...

2021 Saskatchewan Sport Awards Virtual Celebration Gala

The Saskatchewan Sport Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of individuals in the province’s amateur sport community.  Multiple awards are handed...

Weekly Roundup Dec. 29-Jan.4

Regina’s Mark McMorris got off to a strong start in 2022, finishing fourth at the FIS Snowboard World Cup in...

Weekly Roundup Dec. 15-21

Coakwell wins silver, ties Canadian record Bobsleigh brakeman Ben Coakwell and the rest of his four-person team captured their first...

“Our goal is to win the Olympics:” Moose Jaw’s Coakwell set to represent hometown once again

Written by: Matt Johnson for Sask Sport Ben Coakwell has an interesting way of explaining travelling in a bobsled going 150 km/h...

WECAN Be Nimble

Be nimble, be quick. Isn’t that how the old nursery rhyme goes?  While Jack is busy jumping over candlesticks in...


Hudak, Ehman wrap up Para Nordic World Cup Prince Albert’s Brittany Hudak had an outstanding performance at the Para Nordic...

The COPSI Network Announces WECAN Beijing Campaign Ahead of Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games

For Immediate Release: CALGARY (December 14th, 2021) – From far and wide, Canadian Olympians and Paralympians have shown the world...

Weekly Roundup Dec. 1-7

Hudak picks up double gold at World Cup Two-time Paralympian Brittany Hudak captured three medals, including two gold and one...

Weekly Roundup Nov. 17-23

Saskatchewan athletes named to bobsleigh and skeleton teams Moose Jaw’s Ben Coakwell, Saskatoon’s Evan Neufeldt and Kerrobert’s Kayden Johnson have...

Weekly Roundup Nov. 10-16

Clark picks up three assists as Canada sweeps Finland The Canadian women’s national team centralization roster was in Turku, Finland...

Weekly Roundup Nov. 3-9

Hudey and Fish on World Cup speed skating circuit Two-time Olympian Marsha Hudey of White City and Graeme Fish of...

Weekly Roundup Oct. 27-Nov.2

Canadian Para hockey team splits series against U.S. Under head coach Ken Babey of Saskatoon, the Canadian Para hockey team...

Weekly Roundup Oct. 20-26

Team Canada clothing unveiled for the Beijing Winter Games Canadian athletes will wear the red for opening ceremonies and white...

Weekly Roundup Oct.13-19

Saskatchewan speedskaters compete at nationals Between the three of them, Saskatchewan speedskaters Marsha Hudey, Kali Christ of Regina and Graeme...

Weekly Roundup Oct. 5-12

Hindmarsh invited to Baseball Canada Camp Saskatoon’s Carson Hindmarsh is one of 15 players named to participate in a Baseball...

Weekly Roundup Sept.29 – Oct.5

Three Saskatchewan speed skaters competing at championships Regina’s Kali Christ and Marsha Hudey, as well as Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish...

Coach FAQ

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    How do I know if I am eligible to access services from Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan as a coach?

    Advanced Coaching Diploma coaches or Competition-Development level coaches will be offered services and training through the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan.

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    Do I need to be registered as a coach with the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan?

    No. As an Advanced Coaching Diploma coach or Competition-Development level coach on the High Performance Coach Capacity Grant you are automatically on our mailing lists for information and workshops.

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    What is the Advanced Coaching Diploma program and how do I register?

    The Advanced Coaching Diploma is the most extensive multisport training program offered by the NCCP in Canada. The Advanced Coaching Diploma coaches are recognized as being among the most qualified coaches and leaders of Canadian athletes and sport programs competing provincially, nationally and internationally. This unique, multi-sport program is essential for Canadian coaches seeking the next step in their coaching careers. If you are interested in learning more about the program, email

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    How do I become a Competition-Development Coach in the province?

    The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan in partnership with the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan offers the Saskatchewan Coaching Academy. The Saskatchewan Coaching Academy program offers coaches the opportunity to complete all NCCP Competition-Development multisport modules in two intensive 3-day blocks. This program is designed to support coaches in the completion of NCCP Multi-sport training in an engaging, interactive environment. Learn More.

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    What financial assistance or programming is available for coaches?

    The Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan in partnership with the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan offers the Coach Visitation Program and the High Performance Coach Development Grant. Both programs offer coaches financial assistance for training and learning opportunities.

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    What other coaching opportunities are available?

    The Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan works closely with the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan. Visit for further opportunities for coaches in our province.

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    How can the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan help my athletes?

    Registered CSCS athletes are eligible to receive Performance and Game Plan services. To find out if your athlete is eligible or the list of services, visit the Athletes menu.

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    What is Game Plan and how do I access the program?

    Game Plan, powered by Deloitte, is Canada’s total athlete wellness program, striving to support national team athletes to live better and more holistic lives. Services and programming is also available for coaches, contact:

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    I would like to report a problem within my sport. Who do I contact?

    In Saskatchewan, contact the Respect Resource Line at 1-888-329-4009 or visit the Sask Sport website. Within Canada, contact the Canadian Sport HelpLine at 1-888-837-7678 or visit