Sask Snowboard is committed to putting the highest priority on providing a healthy, safe, accessible and inclusive learning, training and competitive environment and experience for everyone in the Sask Snowboard Community. A place for everyone within our sport system (athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, board members and administrators) to feel they belong, are valued, and can participate in our sport with no barriers to entry. A place where their voices are heard, they have the right to choice and consent and to know that there are people like them throughout the snowboard community. We aim to make our Snowboard community a place where every individual can turn up as their own, whole, self to whatever environment they are working, training or competing in within our Snowboard network.

Sask Snowboard stands for a safe sporting environment that is free from maltreatment of any kind and treats all complaints as very serious matters. All members of the Sask Snowboard community have access to strong resources in education and reporting and have agreed to live by the Canada Snowboard Code of Conduct and Ethics and all associated policies and procedures which relate to our combined commitment to Safe Sport.


Sask Snowboard has adopted a comprehensive Safe Sport Policy Manual to help protect all our members while training, working and competing within our sport. Click here to access the Sask Snowboard Safe Sport Manual.


Please here to view the Canada Snowboard / Sask Snowboard’s process map  for reporting on all issues related to Safe Sport.