Alberta Artistic Swimming believes that everyone in the sport has the right to enjoy the sport at whatever level or position they participate. Athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers have the right to participate in a safe and inclusive training and competitive environment that is free of abuse, harassment or discrimination.


Alberta Artistic Swimming is committed to providing a safe training environment to all participants. This includes providing access to information about concussion education & management, anti-doping and responsible coaching, as well as giving access to Canada Artistic Swimming’s independent Safe Sport Officer, who can guide an individual through the Canada Artistic Swimming and Alberta Artistic Swimming complaint process or explore other options..

In addition, Alberta Artistic Swimming has several governing policies related to safe sport, which can all be accessed through our Governance and Rules page. Further information, including a link to Respect in Sport can be found on CAS’S Safe Sport Page.

Canadian Sport HELPline

The service is aimed at all members of the Canadian sport community, whether they are involved at the local, provincial, or national level. Thanks to financial support from the Government of Canada, the Canadian Sport Helpline is a service that is free and accessible to all in both official languages.

Canada Artistic Swimming
Complaint Process Overview

Please refer to the Canada Artistic Swimming Discipline and Complaints Policy for specific guidance on the process of making a complaint.