Mises en candidature maintenant acceptées pour les 25es Prix CASBA annuels!

28 septembre, 2023

Nous avons besoin de VOUS pour partager les histoires de ceux et celles qui méritent d’être reconnus pour leurs contributions à la sécurité nautique au Canada. Nous acceptons maintenant la soumission des candidatures pour les catégories suivantes des Prix canadiens de sécurité nautique (dits CASBA) de 2023 :

  • Sauvetage de l’année
  • Meilleur bénévole se consacrant à la sécurité nautique
  • Sauvegarde de l’environnement
  • Professional nautique de l’année
  • Publicité montrant le port visible d’un VFI/Gilet de sauvetage
  • Prix de l’industrie maritime
  • Meilleure initiative de sécurité nautique
  • Meilleure contribution des médias à la sécurité nautique
  • Prix de reconnaissance particulière

S’il y a quelqu’un dont vous souhaitez soumettre la candidature, veuillez svp visiter notre site Web pour obtenir un formulaire. La date limite des soumissions est le 31 octobre 2023. (Formulaire de Candidature (csbc.ca))

La prochaine cérémonie des Prix CASBA aura lieu le 21 janvier 2024 au National Yacht Club de Toronto à compter de 18 h 30. Ce sera le 25e anniversaire des Prix CASBA! Nous vous invitons donc à vous joindre à nous pour célébrer l’excellence en sécurité nautique et en intendance environnementale.

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