CPS-ECP Making Waves

CPS Makes Waves

June 5, 2016

CPS-ECP Squadrons, members and staff have been working hard to promote CPS-ECP and boating safety this spring. Here are a few of the headlines from across the country.

St. Lawrence District
Federal Transport Minister, Marc Garneau meets with James Hay, Alfred Weipert, Norm Pearl and Rick Cuciurean from the St. Lawrence District. Read more here.

Burnaby Power and Sail Squadron
On May 19th Burnaby Power and Sail Squadron was featured on Breakfast Television Vancouver! Watch Boating 101 with Commander, Mike Matich here.

National Office
In support of Wear Your Life Jacket to Work Day Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons staff wore their life jackets to work. Details here.


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