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President and Chief Executive Officer

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

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Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

350-955 Green Valley Crescent

Ottawa, Ontario,K2C 3V4

Canada

Company Description

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) is an independent, national, not-for-profit organization. We recognize that true sport can make a great difference for individuals, communities and our country. We are committed to working collaboratively to activ... more.

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Employment History

Regional Vice President

In-Touch Survey Systems Ltd.


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Perform Better | Dr. Greg Wells

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Paul Melia, president and CEO of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, says the creators of designer drugs are always one step ahead of drug detection labs, making the ability to test athletes retroactively very important.
"Designer drugs are created in clandestine labs that have the ability to make changes to the molecular makeup of a drug," Melia says. Melia says that if it can be proven that a drug was deliberately and intentionally used to enhance performance, the sanction can increase to as much as four years. As far as Carter's (and Bolt's) relay medal goes, Melia says that although Carter will have the opportunity for a hearing to presumably try to reduce his sentencing, it won't have any impact on the decision to strip the gold from his relay team. "I think it's a really powerful deterrent for athletes who might be thinking about using designer drugs that can't be detected today," Melia says.


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Paul Melia
President, CEO, and Secretary-Treasurer of the CCES, Paul Melia plays a variety of essential roles at the CCES. His responsibilities include the administration of Canada's doping control program and working with governments and sport organizations to implement a national ethics strategy for amateur sport. A graduate of the University of Ottawa with a Masters degree in Health Administration, Mr. Melia has used his extensive knowledge and expertise in the development and implementation of public awareness, education and social change campaigns for a variety of health and social issues. He currently serves as President and Chair of the True Sport Foundation. He is the former Chief of the Tobacco Programs Unit at Health Canada, the past President of the Association of National Anti-Doping Organisations, and the former Regional Vice-President of In-Touch Survey Systems Inc.


Board of Directors - True Sport Foundation

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Paul Melia
Paul Melia, Chairperson and Acting Director Paul is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES). Paul joined the organization in 1991 as Director of Education and Communications. After serving in this capacity for eight years, he moved to the private sector where he held the position of Regional Vice President for In-Touch Survey Systems Inc. In 2001, his passion for promoting a Canadian sport environment based on positive values and the pursuit of excellence through fair and ethical means lead to his return to the CCES. Paul oversees the CCES' operations, which include the administration of the Canadian Anti-Doping Program and working with the federal, provincial and territorial governments and other sport organizations to build a national ethics strategy for amateur sport under the banner True Sport. Paul also works extensively in the international arena promoting ethical and doping-free sport. Paul is a graduate of the University of Ottawa with a Masters degree in Health Administration. Prior to joining the CCES, Paul was Chief of the Tobacco Programs Unit at Health Canada where he was responsible for the direction and management of the Department's tobacco use reduction strategies.


Governance - Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

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Paul Melia
Paul Melia President, CEO, and Secretary-Treasurer of the CCES, Paul Melia plays a variety of essential roles at the CCES. His responsibilities include the administration of Canada's doping control program and working with governments and sport organizations to implement a national ethics strategy for amateur sport. A graduate of the University of Ottawa with a Masters degree in Health Administration, Mr. Melia has used his extensive knowledge and expertise in the development and implementation of public awareness, education and social change campaigns for a variety of health and social issues. He currently serves as President and Chair of the True Sport Foundation. He is the former Chief of the Tobacco Programs Unit at Health Canada, the past President of the Association of National Anti-Doping Organisations, and the former Regional Vice-President of In-Touch Survey Systems Inc.


Biographies - Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

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Paul Melia
Paul Melia President, Chief Executive Officer and Secretary-Treasurer of the CCES


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