In 2018, Canada Artistic Swimming adopted a new brand with the essence forging unity through diversity. We recognized our sport began as a safe place for young women to experience a wonderful sport opportunity, but times have changed and so must the sport. CAS is committed to making our sport diverse, both here in Canada and internationally. It all begins with education and a promise to do better.

As we continue on our journey, we will continually update this page with resources, training opportunities and information.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Policy

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Inclusive Education ProgramAnti-Racism/Anti-Oppression Training     (unsure on this one)

LGBTQ+ Training
GET REAL – Inclusivity Workshops

Newcomers to Canada within Sport Training

Indigenous Sport Inclusion

Maybe something with Aboriginal Sport Circle

Athletes with Disability Training

Coaching Association of Canada’s manual to coaching athletes with a disability –
Coaching Association of Canada’s e-learning module for coaching athletes with a disability (accessible through The Locker portal; is $15.00, but is available for free occasionally throughout the year)
Canadian Sport for Life: Special report on athletes with disabilities (including LTAD) –

Mental Health Awareness Training

Unconscious Bias

Sport & Belonging


  Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders  

  Respect in Sport for Parents  

  CAC Safe Sport Training  

  Commit to Kids for Coaches 

  Commit to Kids for Coaches 

  Sport for Life