Congratulations Ian Gaudet!

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On June 1, 2019, Ian Gaudet won the overall Junior Male Athlete of the Year at the Sport Nova Scotia Support 4 Sports Awards. Last season, Ian won a gold and two silver medals at the Olympic Hopes Regatta in Poland and is a two-time Canadian Champion.  Sport Nova Scotia represents 55 Provincial Sport Organizations in […]

CKC & ADCKC Fees for 2019

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Canoe Kayak Canada (CKC) & Atlantic Division Canoe & Kayak Canada (ADCKC) Individual Fees Each paddler must pay CKC & ADCKC fees which vary depending upon the level of the paddler as outlined in the table below.   Level CKC ADCKC ADCKC Insurance ADCKC Safety Boat Fee TOTAL U10 (Atom) $5.00 $35.00 $7.00 $10.00 $57.00 […]

Vacant Board Positions

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Since our AGM in September, we had two position become vacant that we are looking to fill for the next 10 months. Please check out the roles and responsibilities below and contact us if you have any questions. Vice-President· 5-10 hours per month· Act as coach, advisor and counselor to assigned committees· Support and defend policies […]

November 2018 Newsletter

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ADCKC ATHLETE AWARDS  The ADCKC Annual Athlete Awards will be held on Wednesday, December 5th from 6:00pm-7:30pm at Mic Mac AAC. There will be awards from Top Male and Female in U13 and up (more details to follow). CHRISTMAS TREE AND WREATH SALE Once again, it is time for the Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale. We have […]

Canadian Sprint Canoe-Kayak Championships

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We are excited that nine Banook athletes received a medal at the Nationals in Sherbrooke. In total, our athletes won  6 Golds, 2 Silver, and 6 Bronze.  Many more also competed in the finals and achieved personal best times.  Banook’s Nationals Results Day 1: U19 Men’s K1 500m Bronze – Alex Canning U16 Men’s K1 200m […]

Important Safety Change

Regardless of weather conditions,  any paddler U16 and under now must wear an approved PFD (life jacket) at all times while on water in training, or participating in Banook, ADCKC, or its member clubs programs.

Also, any paddler, of any age, who is unable to prove swimming proficiency as required under the Canoe Kayak Canada Code of Safety must wear a PFD at all times while on water in training, or participating in the programs of Banook, the ADCKC or its member clubs.

NO EXCEPTIONS

Volunteer Opportunities

Work off your pre-paid volunteer fee by volunteering during upcoming events and opportunities this season (1 hour = $10 credit). Our list of volunteer opportunities is listed on-line.

Members interesting to volunteer with boat repairs can contact Ron Hill, and those wishing to volunteer with minor facility repairs should contact Phil Brown.

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