Role of Ethics/Conflict Advisor for ANB Members
ANB offers ANB members access to an ANB’s ethics & conflict (E&C) advisor. This service is available at no charge. As explained below, should you find yourself (or find someone else) in situation(s) that 1) you are questioning, 2) are uncomfortable with and feel may be inappropriate or 3) are clear cases of maltreatment, we strongly encourage you to contact ANB’s E&C Advisor who will be able to provide you with valuable and confidential advice.
Role: Ethics/Conflict Advisors (ECAs)
The role of the Chief ANB Ethics/Conflict Advisor (ECA) is to provide Athletics New Brunswick members with guidance and advice and in total confidentiality, with regards to concerns or conflicts. The ECA may also provide conflict resolution approaches where deemed appropriate. The position is filled by a person not necessarily involved in the sport of Athletics but experienced in conflict resolution. This office also has the support, if required, of an experienced member of the Athletics New Brunswick Board (or designate) deemed an E&C assistant advisor.
Should any matter brought to the attention of the ECA be of a complaint level, the Chief ECA’s role will be to provide the member with the information required to refer you to the appropriate body or to the ANB commissioners to file the complaint. In order to maintain independence, the Chief ECA will not be an active participant in complaint cases brought before the ANB Commissioners.
Designate: The position is occupied by Dr. Krista Daigle who has the following experience and background:
• Long standing (health) professional
• Experience as a previous member of an Ethics Board (in her profession)
• Experience working with minors
• Experience in Sports
Contact Information for Dr. Krista Daigle
ANB wishes to thank Dr. Krista Daigle for serving in this position as Chief Ethics/Conflict Advisor to ANB members. We also wish to thank Michele LeBlanc who may assist Dr. Daigle when required as the E&C Assistant Advisor.
We wish to remind ANB members of the following organizations that may be able to serve you:
CANADIAN SPORT HELP LINE
1-888-83SPORT(77678) or abuse-free-sport.ca/
The Canadian Sport Help Line is available to provide you with advice, guidance and resources on how to proceed/intervene appropriately in the circumstances
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
If you have concerns about a child, or if you are a victim (survivor) or a family member of a victim, you may contact the Canadian Centre for Child Protection for information or support.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 national service offering professional counselling, information, referrals and volunteer-led text-based support for young people. Kids Help Phone’s free, anonymous services are available in both English and French.
First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness
1-855-242-3310 or hopeforwellness.ca/
A helpline dedicated to supporting First Nations and Inuit Peoples. Service is available in Cree, Ojibway, Inuktitut, English and French.
1-877-330-6366 or translifeline.org/
A helpline dedicated to the well-being of transgender people. The phone line is staffed by transgender people for transgender people.
The Centre was created by the Canadian government to address and provide leadership on substance use in Canada.
Victim Services Government of Canada
The Canadian government provides a number of services to victims of crime, including emotional support, counselling, advocacy and safety planning.
Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP)
CASP’s goal is to reduce the suicide rate in Canada and to minimize the consequences of suicidal behaviour.