Filing a Safe Sport Complaint

All individuals who participate in freestyle skiing in Canada have the right to participate in a safe and inclusive environment that is free of abuse, harassment, or discrimination; Freestyle Canada has zero tolerance for such behaviour. The UCCMS is the core document that sets harmonized rules for conduct and behaviour to advance a respectful sport culture that delivers quality, inclusive, accessible, welcoming, and safe sport experiences.

Any allegation of maltreatment or other prohibited behaviour as defined in the UCCMS against a UCCMS Participant of Freestyle Canada must be reported to the OSIC in accordance with the process laid out on OSIC’s website.

To validate whether a complaint is admissible to this service, or for assistance in filing a complaint, individuals can contact the Canadian Sport Helpline at 1 888 837 7678 or by email at [email protected]

Any individual that uses the OSIC’s services will have access to a wide range of resources, including victim services and referrals to specialized mental health professionals and experienced lawyers.

Alleged breaches of Freestyle Canada’s Code of Conduct or other policies will be reported through Freestyle Canada’s Safe Sport Liaison David Mirota [email protected] (process noted below), even if they have allegedly been committed by a UCCMS Participant. However, please also note that alleged breaches of the UCCMS by non-UCCMS Participants also have to be reported to the Safe Sport Liaison.


To see Freestyle Canada’s complaint process, click here.


Safe Sport Liaison (SSL) Role & Responsibilities


  • Alleged breaches of Freestyle Canada’s Code of Conduct or other policies may be reported by an Individual to the Safe Sport Liasion (SSL) in writing within 30 days [email protected] using FORM A Additional responsibilities of the SSL are described in the Freestyle Canada Discipline and Complaint Policy.
  • Please refer to Freestyle Canada’s Discipline and Complaints policy regarding the SSL two different processes that may be used to hear and adjudicate complaints.
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