Broomball Canada strongly opposes the use, possession, and the supply of banned substances and practices from players, coaches and officials. As such, Broomball Canada adopts and adheres to the Canadian Anti-Doping Program (CADP) run by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). The CADP is a set of rules with respect to the use of prohibited substances and methods in sport that serves to protect the integrity of sport and the rights to clean athletes.

More information on the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport website


Broomball Canada is dedicated to building awareness, and influencing behavior, in relation to head injuries through education, policies and return to play/competition protocols. 

Please click here to access a wealth of concussion related resources from SIRC’s Headstrong Campaign and Parachute Canada’s Concussion Toolkit, including fact sheets, recognition and assessment tools, concussion protocol templates, and return-to-sport guidelines.