About the Journal
Introduced in 2000, the Canadian Journal for Women in Coaching provides timely, accurate, targeted information to aid in creating a healthier and more positive environment for women coaches – in Canada and around the world.
Nurturing Social Learning Spaces to Enhance Women in Sport Leadership Programs
April 2020, Volume 20, No. 2
Diane Culver, Erin Kraft, and Isabelle Cayer provide Journal readers with a concrete example of a Community of Practice in action, the Alberta Women in Sport Leadership Impact Program (AWiSL). Made possible through a grant from the federal program, WAGE (Women and Gender Equality) the AWiSL consists of 12 provincial sport leaders, five social learning mentors, and the overall project lead. - Sheila Robertson, Journal editor
The Black Box of Pay Equity in Canadian Sport Coaching
January 2020, Volume 20, No. 1
Pay equity is a vital concern to employed women in every sector of Canada’s economy, and coaching is not exempt. That is why Claire Carver-Dias’ article is timely, relevant, and enlightening. - Sheila Robertson, Journal editor
Publisher: Coaching Association of Canada
- Chair: Dr. Diane Culver, University of Ottawa
- Research Members: Guylaine Demers, Laval University; Dr. Gretchen Kerr, University of Toronto; and Dr. Cari Din, University of Calgary
- Author and Editor: Sheila Robertson
- PhD Student: Marie Christine Chartier, Laval University
- Ad Hoc: Dr. Dru Marshall, University of Calgary; Nancy Lee, Broadcast Sports Journalist and Producer; Rose Mercier, Maverick Consulting; Dr. Penny Werthner, University of Calgary
- CAC Staff Resource: Isabelle Cayer, Manager, Diversity and Inclusion
- Coaching Representative: Sheilagh Croxon
- Member at Large: Claire-Dias, Clearday Communications
Archived issues of the Canadian Journal for Women in Coaching, dating back to its inception in September 2000 are available for download.
Call for Abstracts
The Canadian Journal for Women in Coaching welcomes submission of abstracts from both new and previously published authors for Journal publications
Abstracts that address the topic of women in coaching, as well as other general thematic areas of interest pertaining to female coach development and education will be considered
All applications should include a 100-word description of the article, and a CV of the author.
For more information, please contact Sheila Robertson, Editor.