leaving a mark


At the Canadian Sport Institute Calgary, we are a part of many journeys through high performance sport. Journeys that leave impressions, from medal counts and Olympic or Paralympic podiums to overcoming injuries and pushing past personal barriers. But the mark we want to be known for is the legacy of the people we develop and the positive mark they leave in our community

our purpose 

Whether we work with athletes, coaches or sport science professionals, we are about developing people. People that take failure and learn from it. People that are an inspiration for tomorrow’s leaders. People that find a way to break barriers. People that demand true, clean and safe sport. People that know actions speak louder than words. People that push themselves to get better – every single day. These are the people we work to develop. This is why we exist.

To Deliver on our Purpose WE ARE


Effective

We are committed to improving results and our customers can feel confident that we will get the job done

Insightful

We rely on a rich history of sport science expertise and are integrated every step of the way

Supportive

We care about the complete athlete. We understand and empathize with athletes and their challenges

Custom

All athletes are unique, their needs are unique, and we adapt to it

Integral

We identify and we provide athletes with the small margins they need to succeed

annual reviews


Board of Directors
  • Chair:
    Cheryl Sandercock, BMO Capital Markets
  • Vice Chair:
    David de Vliger, Repsol Oil & Gas Inc.
  • Secretary Treasurer:
    Doug Penner, Candour Resources Development Corp.
  • Director:
    Catriona Le May Doan, Sport Calgary
  • Director:
    Les Gramantik
  • Director:
    Dan Proulx, Coach
  • Director:
    Mandy Moran, Athlete
  • Director:
    Erica Wiebe
Funding Partner Representatives
  • Sport Canada:
    Kelly Dearborn
  • Canadian Olympic Committee:
    Oluseyi Smith
  • Government of Alberta:
    Don Wilson
  • WinSport Canada:
    Phil Graham
  • University of Calgary:
    Dr. Penny Werthner
  • Coaching Association of Canada:
    Lorraine Lafrenière
Whistle Blowing

The Canadian Sport Institute Calgary (CSI Calgary) is committed to maintaining an atmosphere of open communication and trust between management, employees and anyone affiliated with the CSI Calgary.

The CSI Calgary strives to maintain a workplace where those who reasonably believe that they are aware of conduct in violation of CSI Calgary policies or our legal duties can raise those concerns free of any harassment, discrimination or retaliation.

As a whistleblower (ie., a person who reports certain types of wrong doings) you are protected by law and you will not be treated unfairly or lose your job because you ‘blow the whistle’. Therefore, individuals are encouraged to report those concerns, in strict confidence, utilizing the email address provided below.

If you have reason to believe that a possible violation of CSI Calgary policies or applicable law has taken place, the violation must be reported immediately. Examples of reportable actions include, but are not limited to:

  • any indication of fraud
  • misappropriation of company resources
  • substantial variation in financial reporting methodology from prior practice or from generally accepted accounting principles
  • disclosures in reports and other public disclosures that are not full, fair, accurate, timely and understandable
  • conduct that is not honest and ethical
  • conflicts of interest
  • potential violations of governmental rules and regulations or this policy
  • the falsification, concealment or inappropriate destruction of corporate or financial records.

To report a violation, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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