Federal sports minister Carla Qualtrough says she knows what’s required to solve Canada’s safe sport crisis. The how is still a work in progress.
The Delta-MP was re-appointed sports minister this summer eight years after she was first assigned the portfolio in 2015.
The lawyer and visually-impaired former Paralympic swimmer moved onto other cabinet positions after two years in sports.
Qualtrough returns to the file a more seasoned cabinet minister, and amid what her predecessor Pascale St-Onge has called a safe sport crisis.
“I’ve come back to this position at a time of significant turmoil within the sport system,” Qualtrough told The Canadian Press on Thursday. “Trust in sport leaders, trust in sport
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