Bylaws and Policies
- Code of Conduct and Ethics
- Screening Policy
- Discipline and Complaints Policy
- Abuse Policy
- Investigations Policy – Discrimination Harassment and Abuse
- Dispute Resolution Policy
- Conflict of Interest Policy
- Confidentiality Policy
- Appeal Policy
- Canadian Anti-Doping Program
- Transgender Inclusion Policy
The 2017-2020 Strategic Plan is the fourth consecutive quadrennial plan created to provide guidance for the programming, service and operational decisions of Wheelchair Basketball Canada.
- 2012 Annual Report
- 2011 Annual Report
- 2010 Annual Report
- 2009 Annual Report
- 2008 Annual Report
- 2007 Annual Report
The Wheelchair Basketball Canada Hosting Manual is a resource intended to help guide Provincial Sporting Organizations:
- With the bidding procedures for hosting the Canadian Wheelchair Basketball League (CWBL) National Championships
- Event Organization
From time to time issues may arise that have not been addressed in this document. If you have any concerns, please contact the National Office. Wheelchair Basketball Canada will notify the Domestic Committee of all concerns raised and will subsequently review the concerns at the annual meeting. Any such modifications to the hosting manual shall be made in accordance with the recommendations set forth by the Domestic Committee.
Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) Model
The Wheelchair Basketball Athlete Development Model is a key resource describing the right things wheelchair basketball athletes need to do at specific ages and stages in order to fully develop and reach their potential for better sport, greater health, and higher achievement.
With the input of sport scientists and coaches from across the country Wheelchair Basketball Canada has outlined a long-term athlete pathway and guideline for training and competition to show coaches, parents, volunteers, and administrators at the local, provincial, and national levels the importance of systematic and consistent approach to the development of wheelchair basketball athletes, while recognizing the importance of recreational and non-elite participation.