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Regina Summer Sand Volleyball League

Adult Beach Membership

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Registration Info

Season
2024 Season
Apr 11, 2024 to Sep 30, 2024
Regular Registration
CA$0.00
Sask Volleyball - Adult Rec Beach
Volleyball Canada - Rec Membership
Thank you for your interest in purchasing an Adult Beach Membership!

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Item Amount
Registration Fees No Cost
Subtotal CA$0.00
Total Due (CAD) CA$0.00
Total Due Now (CAD) CA$0.00
Total Due Later (CAD) CA$0.00

We will register you now and send you an email closer to the start of the season when payment is is required.

WARNING! Please read all carefully!

Acknowledgement of Activities & Risks

This Agreement must be signed by the Participant and/or the Participant’s parent/guardian (if applicable, when the
Participant is younger than the age of majority in their Province/Territory of residence) prior to participation. The
Participant acknowledges and agrees to the terms outlined in this Agreement. When applicable, the Participant’s
parent/guardian acknowledges and agrees to the terms on behalf of the Participant and references in this Agreement to
the Participant agreeing to or acknowledging a risk or term is understood to be referring to the Participant’s
parent/guardian agreeing to or acknowledging the risk or term on behalf of the Participant.
ACTIVITIES
The Participant is voluntarily participating in the sport of volleyball and the spectating, orientation, instruction, activities,
competitions, programs, and services (collectively the “Activities”) of Volleyball Canada and its member
Provincial/Territorial volleyball associations and their affiliated clubs. The Activities may include but are not limited to
including competitions, tournaments, practices, training, personal or strength training, dry land training, training using
machines or weights, nutritional and dietary programs, orientational or instructional sessions or lessons, and aerobic and
anaerobic conditioning programs.
Volleyball Canada, its member Provincial/Territorial volleyball associations and their affiliated clubs, and their
respective Directors, Officers, committee members, members, employees, coaches, volunteers, officials, participants,
agents, sponsors, owners/operators of the facilities in which the Activities take place, and representatives (collectively
the “Organization”) are not responsible for any injury, personal injury, damage, property damage, expense, loss of
income or loss of any kind suffered by a Participant during or as a result of the Activities and/or, when the Participant is
the age of majority or older, when caused by the negligence of the Organization.
RISKS
The Activities have foreseeable and unforeseeable inherent risks, hazards and dangers that no amount of care, caution or
expertise can eliminate, including without limitation, the potential for serious bodily injury, permanent disability,
paralysis, and loss of life. These risks include:
a) Health: executing strenuous and demanding physical techniques; physical exertion; overexertion; stretching;
dehydration; fatigue; cardiovascular workouts; rapid movements and stops; lack of fitness or conditioning; traumatic
injury; sprains and fractures, spinal cord injuries, bacterial infections; rashes; and the transmission of communicable
diseases, including viruses of all kinds, COVID-19, bacteria, parasites or other organisms or any mutation thereof
b) Premises: defective, dangerous or unsafe condition of the facilities; falls; collisions with objects or barriers that are a
part of the premises, dangerous, unsafe, or irregular conditions on the court or other surfaces; and travel to and from the
premises
c) Use of equipment: mechanical failure of the equipment; negligent design or manufacture of the equipment; the
provision of, or the failure by, the Organization to provide any warnings, directions, instructions or guidance as to the
use of the equipment; failure to wear safety or protective equipment; and failure to use or operate equipment within the
Participant’s own ability
d) Contact: contact with participants, spectators or other persons, equipment, or the court; and other contact that may
lead to serious bodily injury, including but not limited to concussions and/or other brain injury or serious spinal
injury
e) Advice: negligent advice regarding the Activities
f) Ability: failing to act safely or within the Participant’s own ability or within designated areas

g) Sport: the sport of volleyball and its inherent risks, including but not limited to contact with, colliding with, or being
struck by the volleyball, net, poles, benches, equipment, other participants, or spectators
h) Conduct: the Participant’s conduct and conduct of other persons including any physical altercation between
participants
i) Travel: travel to and from the Activities


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Acknowledgement, Disclaimer and Personal Information Image Consent

ACTIVITIES STATUS
The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) agrees that the Organization has the discretion
to cancel any scheduled Activities. The Organization has no responsibilities to the Participant (including refunding
registration fees or paying for any costs associated with travel) if an Activity is canceled or postponed by the
Organization or for any other reason including a public health or safety issue.


The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) agrees that the Organization has the discretion
to modify the structure of any Activities due to a public health or safety issue, which may include removing
specific disciplines or age groups from a competition, changing a competition format, or changing the manner in
which individuals become eligible to participate.


The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) agrees that the Organization may implement
and enforce guidelines for participation that may include adhering to ‘Return to Play’ protocols, signing
declarations of compliance, or requiring that personal protective equipment be worn by Participants (and their
parents/guardians, if applicable). The Organization has the discretion to remove any Participant (and their
parents/guardians, if applicable) who does not comply with the Return to Play protocols, sign a declaration, or wear
personal protective equipment. When required, the Participant is responsible for providing their own personal
protective equipment.


PERSONAL INFORMATION AND IMAGE CONSENT
The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) authorizes the Organization to collect and use
personal information about the Participant for the purpose of receiving communications (newsletters, publications,
announcements, invitations and other news or information) and posting articles of interest, newsletters, promotions,
statistics, images and results on their website(s) or social media. The consent obtained in this section complies with
the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.


The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) grants permission to the Organization to
photograph and/or record the Participant’s image and/or voice on still or motion picture film and/or audio tape, and
to use this material to promote the sport, the Organization, and/or the Organization’s Activities through social
media, newsletters, websites, television, film, radio, print and/or displays. The Participant (or the Participant’s
parent/guardian, if applicable) understands that they waive any claim to remuneration for use of audio/visual
materials used for these purposes.


The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) understands and agrees that while participating
in or attending any online training session or video conference or meeting hosted by the Organization, the
Participant’s image, likeness and live video feed (if available) will be distributed to other individuals participating
in the session or video conference. If the session is recorded with the knowledge of the Participant (or the
Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable), the Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable)
agrees that the Participant’s attendance and/or participation in the session constitutes their agreement that the
session may be distributed for the purposes explained prior to the Participant attending the session and that they
waive any claim to remuneration for use of the Participant’s image, voice, or written comments.
The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) understands that they may withdraw any
authorization or permission granted in this section by contacting Volleyball Canada’s Privacy Officer. The Privacy
Officer will advise the implications of such withdrawal. Contact: info@volleyball.ca or 613-748-5681.


DISCLAIMER
When the Participant is the age of majority or older, the Participant forever indemnifies and releases the
Organization from any and all liability for any and all claims, demands, actions, damages (including direct,

indirect, special and/or consequential), losses, actions, judgments, and costs (including legal fees) (collectively, the
“Claims”) which the Participant has or may have in the future, that might arise out of, result from, or relate to,
participation in the Activities, even though such Claims may have been caused by any manner whatsoever,
including but not limited to, the Organization’s negligence, gross negligence, negligent rescue, omissions,
carelessness, breach of contract and/or breach of any statutory duty of care of the Organization.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
The Participant (and the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) acknowledges that they have read and
understand this Agreement, that they have executed this Agreement voluntarily, and that this Agreement is to be
binding upon themselves, their heirs, spouse, children, parents, guardians, next of kin, executors, administrators and
legal or personal representatives. They further acknowledge that by signing this Agreement they have waived their
right to maintain a lawsuit against the Organization on the basis of any claims from which they have released
herein.


When the Participant is younger than the age of majority, the undersigned acknowledges and agrees that they are a
parent/guardian of the Participant and have full legal responsibility for the decisions of the Participant.

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Consent Clause to bind participants to the UCCMS & OSIC

I (on my behalf / on behalf of my child in the case of a legal guardian for their child) hereby consent to being
subject to the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport (the “UCCMS”) and the
processes required for its administration and enforcement. The purpose of the UCCMS is to advance a respectful
sport culture that delivers quality, inclusive, welcoming and safe sport experiences. More specifically, I (on my
behalf / on behalf of my child) hereby consent to the collection, use and disclosure of my personal information in
relation to the administration and enforcement of the UCCMS, as detailed more fully in the following document:
Long-form Consent

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COVID-19 Acknowledgement 

Volleyball Canada is following the guidance of local authorities as well as our partner facilities, which may be more
stringent than regional guidelines. We understand that this may vary across the country, and we ask our participants to be
respectful of COVID mitigation strategies in their respective regions and facilities, and when travelling outside their
local area.


The Participant accepts the COVID-19 risks

 

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Cyber Acknowledgement

The Organization may offer or promote online programming (such as webinars, remote conferences, workshops, and
online training) which have different foreseeable and unforeseeable risks than in-person programming. These risks
include privacy breaches, hacking, technology malfunction or damage.


The participant accepts the online programming risks

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Negligence Acknowledgement

The Organization may be negligent, which may include failure by the Organization to take reasonable steps to
safeguard or protect the Participant from the risks, dangers and hazards associated with participation in the
Activities.


The Participant accepts that the Organization may be negligent. Check only if the participant is the age of
majority or older

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Pan-Canadian Terms & Policies Acknowledgement

In consideration of the Organization allowing the Participant to participate in the Activities, the Participant agrees:
a) That the Participant is not relying on any oral or written statements made by the Organization or their agents,
whether in a brochure or advertisement or in individual conversations, to agree to participate in the Activities
b) That when the Participant practices or trains in their own space, the Participant (or the Participant’s
parent/guardian, if applicable) is responsible for the Participant’s surroundings and the location and equipment that
is selected for the Participant
c) That the Participant’s mental and physical condition is appropriate to participate in the Activities and the
Participant (or the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) assumes all risks related to the Participant’s mental
and physical condition
d) To comply with the rules and regulations for participation in the Activities
e) To comply with the rules of the facility or equipment
f) That if the Participant observes an unusual significant hazard or risk, the Participant will remove themselves
from participation and immediately bring their observations to a representative of the Organization
g) The risks associated with the Activities are increased when the Participant is impaired and the Participant will
not participate if impaired in any way
h) That it is the Participant’s (or the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) sole responsibility to assess
whether any Activities are too difficult for the Participant. By the Participant commencing an Activity, the
Participant (or the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) acknowledges and accepts the suitability and
conditions of the Activity
i) That COVID-19 is contagious in nature and the Participant may be exposed to, or infected by, COVID-19 and
such exposure may result in personal injury, illness, permanent disability, or death
j) That the Participant (or the Participant’s parent/guardian, if applicable) is responsible for choosing the
Participant’s safety or protective equipment and the secure fitting of that equipment

POLICIES
The participant has fully read and accepts Volleyball Canada’s policies and procedures
(https://volleyball.ca/en/about/governance/policies), including:
a. Abuse Policy
b. Anti-Doping Policy
c. Appeal Policy
d. Code of Conduct
e. Discipline and Complaints Policy
f. Inclusion and Equity Policy
g. Screening Policy

h. Policy on Responsible Use of Social Media
i. Registered Participant Policy
j. Concussion Policy


The Participant accepts and has read Volleyball Canada's Policies and Procedures.


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