Office closure and classroom courses suspended until further notice

Closure

Apr 9, 2020

We are taking measures to ensure the health and safety of all our volunteers, students and staff of the Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons. We are suspending all face to face activities, classes, squadron and district meetings and have closed the national office. Our employees are working from home and are available to help you.

We recommend that you practice physical distancing with rigour to help flatten the curve so we can all resume our daily activities.

Wash your hands often. Sneeze into a tissue or the inside of your elbow. If you have any flu-like symptoms, stay home. If they get worse, seek medical help.

 

 

 

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