Join the conversation and share your experience: attitudes toward sport
Current Status: Closed
This public engagement opens on October 1, 2018 and will close on October 26, 2018.
The Department of Canadian Heritage needs your help to better understand how you experience and think about participating in sport. We want to hear your unique perspective, whether you participate occasionally, regularly, or not at all.
Join in: how to participate
We have created an anonymous virtual space (below) where you can share your experience as well as your thoughts and ideas about issues that matter to you.
Here are three ways to get involved:
- Vote : Vote on other people's statements (agree, disagree, pass).
- Join in: If you want to add to the conversation, submit your own viewpoint in the official language of your choice.
- Share: Share the link to this virtual conversation with others in your network. Understanding issues from as many diverse perspectives as possible offers true insight.
Who is the focus of this public engagement?
This conversation is open to all Canadians, whether you love sport, hate sport, or want to do more sport but struggle to make it happen. The breadth and diversity of all perspectives will bring a better understanding of how Canadians experience and think about sport programs.
The Government of Canada is committed to taking the necessary means to ensure that its communications are available in French and in English in accordance with the Official Languages Act. Please note, however, that content added by participants is published in the language in which it is submitted. To ensure a better understanding of the issues in both official languages, an automated non-governmental translation tool is available, however, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the translation. By using the automated translation service, the user accepts the legal implications of any shortcomings or differences in the translation.
We reserve the right to remove inappropriate statements including those that have obscene language or sexual content, threaten or defame any person or organization, violate the legal ownership interest of another party, promote commercial services or products, or are not topically related to the discussion.
When providing statements, do not include personal information (such as names, email address, organizations, etc.) about yourself or others. For more information, consult our complete terms and conditions.
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