Mon
Apr
22
05:30 PM
Springette U10 (White)
Springette U10 (Blue)
7
13
Tue
Apr
23
05:45 PM
Springette U10 (Teal)
Springette U10 (Black)
0
0
Tue
Apr
23
07:00 PM
Springette U12 (Green)
Springette U12 (Black)
0
3
Tue
Apr
23
08:15 PM
Springette U16/19 (Blue)
Springette U16/19 (White)
0
0
Thu
Apr
25
07:00 PM
Springette U12 (Teal)
Springette U12 (Black)
1
7
Fri
Apr
26
05:30 PM
Springette U10 (Pink)
Springette U10 (Black)
12
11
Fri
Apr
26
06:45 PM
Springette U12 (Green)
Springette U12 (Pink)
0
0
Sat
Apr
27
10:10 AM
Springette U10 (Teal)
Springette U10 (Green)
5
9
Sat
Apr
27
12:30 PM
Springette U10 (Black)
Springette U10 (Blue)
6
6
Sat
Apr
27
03:00 PM
Springette U16/19 (White)
Springette U16/19 (Blue)
0
0

Safe Sport


Everyone has the right to participate in a safe and positive sport environment

Ringette New Brunswick is committed to promoting and creating safe and inclusive sport and recreation environments for all athletes. Safety in sport incorporates promotion, awareness, training, resources, programs and initiatives across a broad spectrum. This includes areas such as concussion management, injury prevention, addressing maltreatment, anti-bulling, anti-racism, mental health and wellbeing. If you have any concerns, or additions to make to this page please reach out.

 

Ringette New Brunswick's Policies 

 

Coach, Parent And Athlete Social Media Guidelines

RNB Code of Conduct Policy (from Policies and Procedures)

RNB High Performance Coach Code of Conduct

RNB Competitive Team Code of Conduct (EN)

Code de Conduite des Équipes Compétitives de RNB (FR)

 

The NB Safe Sport Dispute Resolution Program 

In October 2021, Sport New Brunswick, in collaboration with the Sport & Recreation Branch (SRB) of the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, launched the NB Safe Sport Dispute Resolution Program (NBSSDRP). The Program strives to provide support to a complainant within the New Brunswick amateur sport system for certain disputes by accessing an independent and unbiased third-party mechanism. As a member of Sport New Brunswick, Ringette New Brunswick athletes, staff, and parents are able to submit complaints to this third-party.   

Two types of complaints can be eligible to enter the program:  

  • Complaints of Maltreatment as defined in the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport (UCCMS) 
  • Complaints (appeals) regarding Failure to Comply with Constitution/By-Laws/Policies (see below)

*Participants may submit two types of appeals through the NBSSDRP only if there are sufficient grounds to do so; appeals of final arbitral decisions made by a Mediator/Arbitrator appointed under the NBSSDRP, and final decisions of a PSO/MSO alleging that it failed to follow their constitution/by-laws or policies.*

Sport NB has proudly partnered with ITP sport for the administration of the NBSSDRP.  All complaints will now be received through WhistleBlower Security Inc., a secure and independent reporting intake and case management system.  This multilingual (150 languages) phone line and secure online platform is available to members 24/7/365, and ensures that all complaints are managed through independent expert consultation services.

To file a complaint, please call 1-800-758-9412 or visit the website at: https://app.integritycounts.ca/org/itpsport

 

Abuse Free Sport Helpline

As a member of Ringette Canada, Ringette New Brunswick athletes are also eligible to access the Abuse-Free Sport Helpline. The Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner (OSIC) is responsible to administer the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport (UCCMS) using trauma-informed processes that are compassionate, efficient and provide fairness, respect and equity to all parties involved.

If you are the victim of abuse, harassment or discrimination, or you’ve witnessed such an incident within our sport, you are encouraged to contact the Abuse-Free Sport Helpline. by phone or text at 1-888-83SPORT (77678), or by email to info@abuse-free-sport.ca, 12 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When the incidents recounted appear admissible, operators can assist you in filing a report through a confidential online platform, if desired.

For more information, visit the Abuse-Free Sport website.

 

True Sport

Ringette New Brunswick and Ringette Canada value True Sport and many events, including Canada Winter Games 2023, Eastern Canadian Championships 2023, 2023 World Ringette Championships, and the Canadian National Ringette Championships have been designated True Sport events.

True Sport Principles- They help us build the sport we want!

The True Sport Principles express an approach to sport that the vast majority of Canadians already believe in and practice. Although widely embraced, these principles often go unspoken. So when they are violated — when people’s attitudes and actions  threaten healthy and respectful competition — supporters of good sport can be caught off guard, unsure how to stand up for the sport they believe in.

If you're interested in learning more, please visit their website True Sport

 

 

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