Columbia Canoe & Kayak Club Newsletter - July 2015

We like to feature a club article or newsletter now and then on our website. This is the July 2015 Columbia Canoe and Kayak Club's newsletter. They are based in the West Kootenays. Check it out, and let us know if you'd like to post something to promote your club! Click on their logo.

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Seymour River Update - Dec 21st

As many of you have heard by now, the rockslide near the end of the "Upper Seymour" canoe run has essentially created a new lake and is affecting trails and access. CBC News has an interesting video and explanation here. The information package sent out by Metro Vancouver and the Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve can be found here.

Seymour Slide

A representative for various paddling organizations affected by the slide will attend meetings and look at how access for boating can be improved at the takeout. RCABC has advocated for maintaining and improving access for canoeists on the Upper Seymour for many years. If you haven't paddled it yet, it's a Grade III boulder garden that is one of the best technical canoe runs that BC has to offer.

 

Kootenay Zone Representative Needed

Call for Kootenay Zone Rep
Hi Kootenay canoe instructors!
RCABC is looking for someone who has an interest in filling the role of Kootenay Zone rep. 
Here are some of the hilghights of participation in the RCABC as a zone rep:
    -the ability to attend and vote at monthly RCABC executive meetings;
    -subidized travel to the AGM, which for the past few years has been a really fun and productive weekend paddle conference in Hope; and
    -networking with instructors and other canoeists in our zone.
 
The executive is a fantastic group of individuals from around the province who are dedicated to promoting safe canoeing.
 
If you are interested, and/or if you would like more information about what is involved, please go to the zone reps contact area and email Allyson Phillips.
 
 
 
 
 
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