Doug MacQuarrie

Doug is Chair of the Board of Directors at the Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO). He has enjoyed a broad range of roles with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). Prior to becoming Chief Operating Officer in 2009, he was Director of Ethics and Anti-Doping and was responsible for the implementation of the Canadian Anti-doping Program in compliance with the World Anti- Doping Code. Doug continues to be active in anti-doping both domestically and internationally. Doug originally joined the CCES in 2004 retained to lead the CCES’ work with the True Sport Movement – Canada’s social movement for sport and community. During this time he also served as Executive Director of Canada’s True Sport Foundation. Prior to joining the CCES, he had a lengthy tenure as Director, Health Promotion for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada where oversaw the development of information, programs and services regarding the prevention and management of cardiovascular disease including all standards and training materials for Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in Canada. During the late 1990s, as General Manager, Doug oversaw the initial development and implementation of the Foundation’s Health Check program – an innovative on-pack Food Certification program. Earlier in his career, Doug was the Technical Director for Ringette Canada (a National Sport Federation) where he oversaw rules development and led the advancement of the training and development programs and materials for players, coaches, officials and volunteer sport administrators. Doug’s responsibilities also included complete oversight of the annual Canadian championships and the sport’s participation in Canada Games. Although he never pursued a career in the field, Doug was trained as an Athletic Therapist. Doug has a Master of Education degree from the University of Ottawa. He has earned the CAE professional designation from the Canadian Society of Association Executives.

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Another point of view* from Doug MacQuarrie, Chair of iNADO

In a blog earlier this week, a paragon of clean sport, Richard Pound, seems to suggest we should all be looking the other way while the biggest doping scandal in the history of sport continues to fester. If such a thing as anti-doping royalty existed, Mr. Pound would certainly qualify....

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