Episode 18 - Inspiring Hope in Sport: An Update from the Hope on the Horizon Tour

Episode 18 - Inspiring Hope in Sport: An Update from the Hope on the Horizon Tour

Welcome to Sportopia, the place to re-imagine the future of sport! This special two-part episode shares an update from the Hope on the Horizon Tour and welcomes several special guests. In collaboration with several sport partners, Sport Law and the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) are hosting legal and leadership workshops across the country to increase the capacity of sport leaders to manage the complexities of leading an ethically driven and legally sound sport organization.

Hosted by Dina Bell-Laroche and Steve Indig, partners of Sport Law, alongside Karri Dawson of the CCES, the first part of this episode shares an update the Hope on the Horizon Tour as we head into the fall. During the second part of this episode, Dina welcomes provincial and territorial hosts of the Hope on the Horizon Tour from our first three stops in PEI, Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Northwest Territories.

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Hosts: Dina Bell-Laroche and Steve Indig
Guests: Karri Dawson (Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport), Troy Croft (Sport NL), Gemma Koughan (Sport PEI), and Spider Jones (Sport North)
Producer: Taylor Matthews 

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