URegina coach removed from role, suspended by Athletics Canada following misconduct allegations


University of Regina coach Wade Huber has reportedly been suspended by Athletics Canada for an “indefinite period of time” following allegations of inappropriate conduct. The Athletics Canada commissioner released an executive summary of its decision, which indicates that Huber “violated his responsibilities” under the organization’s Code of Conduct and was found to have engaged in activities that “constituted grooming, psychological maltreatment, and sexual maltreatment.” reports that there was no evidence of sexual misconduct, but commissioner Hugh Fraser stated that Huber exhibited “behaviours [that] are discouraged in the current policy because they have the potential to cross into sexual behaviour.” A URegina spokesperson explained that Huber was removed from duties when the investigation was first launched.

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