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The CSCA will post useful links related to COVID-19 below. 

If you have a good resource please send to us and will post it! 

Wellness Together Canada: Get connected to mental health and substance use support, resources, and counselling with a mental health professional.  24 / 7.  No fees.  Accessible for everyone.  Click here


Swimming Canada COVID-19 Resource Hub

FINA Sport Medicine Committee: Return to Swimming 

Myrtha Pools COVID-19 Swimming Pool Study 

AENQ Activity Plan - April 9, 2020

COVID19 Dryland Best Practices  Dr. Allan Wrigley 

Swimming Canada Competition Moratorium Update

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy 

Managing Your Sport Organization through COVID 19 (Sport Law & Strategy Group)

Conversation Matters:  You Ask, We Share!  Online Session to support sport leaders during COVID-19 (Sport Law & Strategy Group)

Helpful Tips from Sport Law and Strategy Group 

Health Canada Information
Prime Minister announces new actions under Canada’s COVID-19 response

Olympic Games Postponed 

IOC Information about COVID-19

Team Canada will not send athletes to Games in summer 2020 due to COVID-19 risks

Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

Resources for Canadian Businesses

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) – Benefits and services

Health Canada - Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Outbreak update

Employment FAQ for Clubs (Swim Ontario)

CSCA Statement on Covid-19 - March 12, 2020

PSO Covid-19 Links:

From Sport Law and Strategy Group:

Provincial and Territorial Government Business and Employee Initiatives:

Most provinces have announced some form of relief for businesses and employees in relation to COVID-19. Check these links for the most up to date information 

We will update below if they become available: 

  • Manitoba – no information available
  • New Brunswick – no information available 
  • Newfoundland – no information available 
  • Nunavut – no information available 

Temporary Layoffs 

Organizations considering temporary layoffs must abide by the provincial employment standards act with regards to maximum duration of the temporary layoff and consider the common law implications of temporary layoffs which may be construed as constructive dismissal (please consult with a lawyer). Links to the relevant provincial ESA’s can be found through the links below: 

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