October 23, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Restraint in youth: A glimmer of hope for a return to organized sport

Restraint in youth: A glimmer of hope for a return to organized sport

Sparkling hope for young athletes in Quebec: Community representatives met with public health on Friday to reassure them that the sport was “part of the solution”.

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Newspaper Joined, Friday evening, Sports Quebec Deputy General Manager, Remy Richard, confirmed the news. The meeting brought together representatives of the promoted sports association.

Low number of spreads

Public health actually spreads in very small numbers in sports. Newspaper Since August they have revealed on Friday that their number is 44 of all ages. Of those, only 10 were in organized sports, learned Newspaper, Most of which occurred in adult leagues.

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A return date for the youth game has not been determined, but work in this direction will begin early in the week. We hope to keep everything “as soon as possible”, referring to the Sports Quebec and the Quebec Student Sport Network (RSEQ).

A major issue that arises from discussions with public health is the possible meetings before and after training or games among young people. But the Sports Quebec community argues that it can set guidelines. Its president, Julie Gosselin, points out that “in sport, we always develop rules, which is the essence of our supervised divisions.”

Overall everyone needs responsibility, evaluate companies.

Health ethics

“We strongly believe that young athletes in Quebec can make significant contributions to the application of instruction to adopt impeccable health ethics in a safe and supervised environment. Said in a press release.

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Over the past few days, a number of voices have been raised demanding a return to the game.