2022 Canada Cup
Volleyball Canada is pleased to announce that the 2022 Canada Cup is heading the 7 Chiefs Sportsplex & Jim Starlight Centre in the Tsuut’ina Nation, located just southwest of Calgary, July 21-24, 2022.
The Canada Cup is a critical piece of the talent development process in Canada with over 300 athletes per gender covering a four-year age span in the high-performance pathway.
News & Advisories
Volleyball Canada’s COVID-19 Update on Vaccinations
The health and safety of Volleyball Canada’s athletes, staff, and community is our priority. VC supports the use of Health Canada-approved vaccines as a key tool in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and its associated health impacts.
In requiring proof of vaccine status, VC will follow the guidance of local authorities as well as our partner facilities, which may be more stringent than regional guidelines. We understand that this may vary across the country, and we ask our participants to be respectful of COVID mitigation strategies in their respective regions and facilities, and when travelling outside their local area.
As has been the case during the pandemic, VC will continue to evaluate its guidelines on a regular basis.
VC has compiled the following resources for you to reference the requirements the 2022 Canada Cup. Please review this information prior to travelling to the tournament.
How to keep informed
Official COVID-19 notices will be posted on our website and relayed via our Nationals newsletter.
Team contacts, coaches, players, and parents are also encouraged to follow our social media platforms for related updates.
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7 Chiefs Sportsplex & Jim Starlight Centre
The facility is a world-class sports and events centre founded on the rich heritage and principles of the Tsuut’ina Nation, just outside of Calgary, Alberta.
At 228,000 square feet, the expansive 7 Chiefs Sportsplex & Chief Jim Starlight Centre is a vibrant and inclusive complex where everyone is welcome. As one of the largest sporting and fitness facilities in western Canada, it offers a multi-discipline environment where teams and individuals from beginners to professionals can thrive. The impressive 45,000 sq ft Chief Jim Starlight Centre is ideal to host local, national, or international gatherings, events, and competitions.
19 Bullhead Road
Tsuut’ina Nation, AB
The 2022 Canada Cup will be using ISET Sports for reporting all results.
Rules & Policies
For rules and policies please follow this link that will take you directly to Volleyball's Canada policy page.
Volleyball Canada is committed to a sport environment free from abuse that is safe for all participants. For more information, our policies, and resources, please click here.
Safe Sport Reporting
Volleyball Canada has zero tolerance for any type of abuse. Individuals are required to report abuse or suspected abuse to Volleyball Canada or to a Provincial/Territorial Association so that those matters can be addressed in an expeditious manner.
For more information, please see the Safe Sport Complaint Process Overview. Reports can be made to Volleyball Canada’s Independent third-party Safe Sport Officer at email@example.com or (519) 900-6813, or by contacting the Canadian Sport Helpline:
Volleyball Canada is requiring that all individuals involved with the sport across the country take the new safe sport training module, available via the Coaching Association of Canada website.
As of April 1, 2020, anyone associated with a Sport Canada-funded organization must be trained on conduct to prevent and address maltreatment. This includes coaches, referees, parents of youth athletes, high-performance staff and contractors, officials; and all administrative staff and volunteers whether they may have direct contact with athletes or not.
Through the adoption of VC’s Pan Canadian Safe Sport policies, all Provincial/Territorial Association registered coaches, referees, staff/contract members and volunteers, are required to take approved Safe Sport Training. VC also currently mandates training for parents of Youth National Team Program athletes, however, PTA’s currently implement safe sport training requirements for parents of youth athletes in their province and it is not currently included in the Volleyball Registration System and is not a requirement for registration for National Championships.
The safe sport module is a free, 90 minute eLearning module that gives all participants the tools to recognize, address, and prevent maltreatment in sport. The module aligns with the principles of the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport and meets Sport Canada requirements for Safe Sport education.
Visit the safe sport training site for more info: https://safesport.coach.ca/
All coaches, staff members, volunteers, referees, team staff members and Integrated Support Team (IST) members involved in VC domestic competitions are required to have completed a criminal record/police check issued within 36 months of the activity being attended. These requirements apply to all disciplines.
To provide further clarification, we have compiled the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
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