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Baseball BC - COMMUNITY Survey 2021


Hello, British Columbia Baseball Community

Thank you for participating in this survey and sharing your amateur baseball experiences and perspectives. This input is critical as we create a 5-year Strategic Plan for Baseball BC.

You have been invited to participate in this survey because your (or a member of your family) team, club or Local Sport Organization/Association is affiliated to a member of Baseball BC. This survey is intended for individuals and roles associated with amateur teams, clubs and Local Sport Organizations/Associations:
  • Players (14 yrs +)
  • Family (of players of all ages)
  • Coaches (on field)
  • Managers (off field)
  • Volunteers
note - A player over 14 years old AND a family member are invited to each complete the survey.

If you are associated with the Executive or Board of Directors for ANY Club or Local Sport Organizations/Associations you should have received a separate survey designed for those roles. Please contact Baseball BC to receive an invitation.

This online anonymous survey should take you less than 10 minutes to complete. To ensure the privacy of your input, refrain from entering details that could identify you or your organization. Our interest is the perspective of the baseball community in BC as a whole and not any particular association, league, division, team or individual.

Baseball BC understands what a difficult year it has been for many, and the important role that sport plays for many of us in B.C. Baseball BC is excited about the opportunity to get our community’s input into how we can return to play, continue to grow, and improve baseball for everyone in B.C.

As you may know, Baseball BC is the government recognized Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) for amateur baseball in BC. Baseball BC aims to provide collaborative oversight and guidance in the development of procedures, standards, and programs for all levels of players, games and leagues/associations.

This survey is hosted on a secure Canadian network server and is configured to not track IP addresses. If you have any questions regarding the survey, please contact us at


David Laing, Executive Director and Chris Balison, President, Baseball BC