The Gazette in Canada is reporting that

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport will stop screening student-athletes for cannabis in U Sports and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association, allowing athletes to test positive during in-competition months without penalty.

The summer’s new policy change, however, does not extend to U Sports and CCAA student-athletes who also compete at the national level during their collegiate career. So student-athletes included in their sport’s National Athlete Pool, competing in a non-U Sports or non-CCAA event or attending an international event where the CCES does not have jurisdiction can still be screened for cannabis.

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