Cycling For Life

Hit and Runs: A Cyclist Safety Guide

Updated: Aug 14 – Dave Shellnutt Source webpage: https://www.thebikinglawyer.ca/post/hit-and-runs-a-cyclist-s-safety-guide A common misunderstanding amongst cyclists is what you can do in a hit and run scenario. What if the driver does not stop, speeds off or simply does not know he hit

Safe Sport Summit – Mar 20. Be part of the Solution!

  How do we build a stronger and safer sport system?   The Coaching Association of Canada will be offering a Safe Sport Summit next week at the Sport for Life Centre in Winnipeg. When: March 20, 2019 10am-2pmWhere: Basement

Government announces funding to keep Athletes in Sport Safe

The Government of Canada is putting in place a series of measures that will help keep athletes and youth in sport safe and free to enjoy sport its fullest. An investigation unit for national sport organizations, multisport service organizations and Canadian sport

Safe Sport Announcement

The Government of Canada is taking concrete steps to protect athletes and children in amateur sport with two pilot initiatives: An investigation unit A national toll-free confidential helpline for arassment, abuse and discrimination in sport…Read more here NATIONAL SPORT HELPLINE:

24/7 Optional Insurance coverage for cyclists

Personal Cycling Sports Coverage   Through your membership with Manitoba Cycling, Cycling Canada offers insurance coverage for Liability and Sports Accident when you are participating in “sanctioned activities” (example: organized club rides approved by the MCA in advance).  Any “activities” deemed outside