On This Page:

  • COVID-19 Daily Screening Form for PLaySkills Camps
  • Assessing the Local Impacts of COVID-19
  • COVID-19 Mental Health Study for Aspiring Olympians/Paralympians
  • Staying Safe this Summer
  • Resources and Guidelines for Returning to Sport
  • COVID-19 and Gender Equity
  • Regional and National Impacts of COVID-19 on Sport


COVID-19 Daily Screening Form for PLaySkills Camps

Please complete this COVID-19 daily screening form a maximum of 4 hours before the beginning of each camp day:


Assessing the Local Impacts of COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, PacificSport is working to stay responsive to the needs of our carded athletes, coaches, parents, and sport organizations. We invite you to take a brief survey to let us know how we can best support you during these challenging times.

To take the survey, click here.

COVID-19 Mental Health Study

Are you a current or aspiring member of a Canadian national team, aiming to compete at the 2021 or 2022 Olympic or Paralympic Games?

If yes, we invite you to participate in an important new study designed to assess performance and mental health among high-performance athletes in the context of COVID-19.

For more information, please click the link below:

Staying Safe this Summer

Click the link below to download two new posters from Interior Health with reminders about planning safe summer gatherings during the pandemic. 

Resources and Guidelines for Returning to Sport

For up-to-date information on how to plan a safe return to sport in the context of COVID-19, please visit viaSport's Return to Sport page.

New resources and updates include:

Guidelines At A Glance

COVID-19 and Gender Equity

As sport organizations adapt and reform in response to COVID-19, there is a risk that gender equity may be negatively impacted, or that new opportunities to advance gender equity may be missed.

Click here for tips on how to incorporate gender equity into your sport organization's response to COVID-19.

Regional and National Impacts of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has created significant operational and financial challenges for sport organizations across Canada. In order to assess the nature and scope of these challenges, Sport for Life recently conducted a nationwide survey which collected data from 1300 respondents, representing nearly 4 million members and more than 56 sports. The results of the survey are documented in the reports below, and summarized in the accompanying infographic.