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SDRCC – Montréal (Québec) – Further to our recent announcement of the creation of its Investigation Unit, the SDRCC is seeking Canadian-based professionals to form part of a pool of investigation service providers available to be hired by federally-funded sport organizations to investigate harassment or abuse complaints. The Investigation Unit will be a pilot project with a projected duration of approximately eighteen (18) months beginning in November 2018.

Investigation service providers will be remunerated for their services in accordance with a fee structure and remuneration policies to be established by the Advisory Committee – Investigation Services created by the SDRCC to oversee the program. 

The first selection process will be completed in October 2018 and successful candidates will be required to attend a mandatory orientation and training session offered on November 1, 2018 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in order to be admitted to the SDRCC Investigation Unit. A second recruitment phase may be announced later.

For a summary description of the selection criteria and the application process, please consult the Call for Applications and Application Form published on the SDRCC website at the following link:

Applications for the initial phase must be received by the SDRCC no later than 4:00 p.m. (EDT) on October 12, 2018.


The SDRCC is a not-for-profit corporation created by federal legislation and funded by Sport Canada. The mission of the SDRCC is to provide the sport community with a national alternative dispute resolution service and strengthen the culture of fairness in Canadian sport by resolving disputes quickly and efficiently and to provide expertise and assistance regarding alternative dispute resolution.

For more information, please contact:

Marie-Claude Asselin

Chief Executive Officer

Tel: 1-866-733-7767

Mobile: (514) 465-7339

mcasselin @