On October 17, 2018 the Government of Canada legalized the recreational use of Cannabis. It’s important to know that while cannabis is legal in Canada, it does not affect the status of cannabis as a prohibited substance in sport. A positive test can still result in a sanction. Cannabis continues to be listed as “Prohibited…

Muaythai Canada partners with leading background screening provider, Sterling Talent Solutions to offer an efficient background screening process for Coaches, Officials, and Volunteers. This partnership will extend to the Provincial Sport Organization Muaythai Ontario, who will be the first to implement screening of its members. Muaythai Canada is committed to a safe sporting environment to…

With the registration for the National Championships having come to a close, Muaythai Canada has launched a new online membership form to allow for the registration of coaches and corners. All participants at the National Championships are required to be members of Muaythai Canada in good standing, and must complete their registration in advance. Membership…

Muaythai Canada has released a new annual medical declaration for Canadian competition that will see full implementation starting in 2017. Read on to learn how this affects you: The Annual Medical establishes a baseline for each athlete in advance of competition and serves as a reference point for the event physicians as they examine you…

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