Mission, Vision, Values

cropped-divesask-final_bw-7.jpgDive Sask Inc. is the Provincial Sport Governing Body responsible for the development and administration of diving in the province. We are a non-profit corporation, registered with the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs. We are active members of Sask Sport Incorporated, a non-profit, non-government federation of Provincial Sport Governing Bodies, and also Diving/Plongeon Canada (DPC), the body governing the sport of diving in Canada.

Our members are comprised of clubs and individuals – coaches, athletes, officials, parents, and volunteers. We are governed by an elected Board of Directors. This Board along with the Association’s staff, is responsible for directing the course of diving in Saskatchewan by developing, administrating and promoting various programs for all levels of participation. Dive Sask operates under a Policy Governance model which means the Board sets direction and determines desired outcomes and the Staff, led by the Executive Director plan the operational activities that will achieve these outcomes.

As members of Sask Sport, we receive grants via the Saskatchewan Lotteries. These grants combined with our own self-help revenue generated through membership, fundraising and program fees, are used for initiating and implementing programs for the grassroots to elite levels, as well as for administrative costs for our office, staff and programs.

Our Mission

Dive Sask is committed to develop and promote safe diving and to provide opportunities for self fulfillment and the pursuit of excellence at all levels

Our Vision

Diving is a highly visible, dynamic and rewarding sport in our communities. Our high standards of excellence and integrity position Dive Sask as a recognized leader at all levels of diving, coaching, officiating, volunteerism and administration

Our Values

We believe in:

  • Athletes first
  • Respect
  •  Fair Play
  • Innovation
  • Excellence
  • Teamwork & Collaboration
  • Physical & Emotional Safety

Our Direction