The Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan (SMSCS) will no longer be offering Drug Education and Awareness workshops, or any other individual consulting services related to the drugs and sport topic.
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is the national body responsible for administering Canada’s Anti-Doping Program and devotes a significant portion of their resources and funding to promote doping-free sport. We encourage you to utilize their resources to ensure Saskatchewan athletes and coaches continue to be educated on all aspects associated with fair and ethical competition, the sample collection procedures, results and appeals, sanctions, athlete rights and responsibilities, medical exceptions, and the prohibited substance and methods list.
Drug Education Links
For Updated Information on Banned Substances, Doping Control Procedures, etc., please contact the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport:
1-800-672-7775 or visit their web site at http://www.cces.ca
Questions & Answers
Q. How Do I Find Information On Certain Types of Medications or Supplements That I May Be Taking, Which May Be Banned Or Restricted?
A. Contact the Canadian Centre For Ethics In Sport At 1-800-672-7775 or visit their website at http://www.cces.ca