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BC Rugby Policies

Find all of BC Rugby’s Policies, Codes and Guidelines in the following sections.


These policies are the foundation for BC Rugby and govern how the organisation is led on behalf of its members.

Appeals Policy

Code of Conduct

Conflict of Interest Policy

Constitution and Bylaws

Dispute Resolution Policy


These policies have been designed specifically to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic, as guided by BC Rugby’s Risk Management Policy.

COVID-19 Safety Plan

Return to Rugby in BC Plan


These policies set standards for BC Rugby operations, as well as holding everyone in Rugby responsible for upholding the values of our sport.

Communication Policy

Discipline Policy

Drug Free Policy

Gender, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Policy

Privacy Policy

Recruitment Policy

Risk Management Policy

Selection Policy


If you are a child or youth and would like to talk to someone, call the BC Helpline for Children. You do not need an area code. You can call at any time of the day or night and you do not have to give your name.


If you think a child or youth under 19 years of age is being abused or neglected, you have the legal duty to report your concern to a child welfare worker. Phone the helpline at any time day or night.


Stay up to date with “Recognise & Remove,” the only concussion management protocol used in BC and in Canada. World Rugby’s Concussion Management for General Public should be completed each year. 

To provide feedback on any of these policies, please contact any of the following representatives:

BC Rugby President Mark Lewis – president@bcrugby.com

BC Rugby Vice President Tanya Donaldson – tdonaldson@bcrugby.com

BC Rugby CEO Annabel Kehoe – akehoe@bcrugby.com