Thank you for your interest in supporting RCABC with a Paddler Membership!
A Paddler Membership is an great way for individuals to help support RCABC. All of the money from your Paddler Membership goes directly to helping RCABC, a volunteer run organization, operate. A one year membership from April 1st to March 31st the following year costs $15.
A Paddler Membership:
- gives you access to our instructor manual through your online account
- covers the cost of liability insurance if you are in a member club
- receives our CANEWS newsletter to keep you in touch with happenings throughout the province
- gives you a vote in RCABC decisions and elections
RENEW YOUR PADDLER MEMBERSHIP
To RENEW your Paddler Membership:
log in to your member account and renew online by using PayPal (or send a cheque). Contact the executive if you have trouble logging in.
NEW PADDLER MEMBERSHIPS
If you haven't been a member before, click on the "Online Application" to create you acccount and use PayPal or send a cheque.
RCABC is a volunteer run organization that provides certification for instructors, leaders and paddlers that are getting kids, youth and adults outside, active and appreciating nature. Many of our instructors work for alternate schools and youth at risk programs, as well as camps, high schools, clubs and guiding.
The benefits of supporting the RCABC are:
- Supporting the promotion of safe canoeing and the advancement of canoeing skills in BC
- Having a voice in access and environmental concerns
- Supporting important agencies such as Leave No Trace, BC Marine Trails, Paddle Canada and Outdoor Recreation Council of BC
- Joining a network of passionate canoeists and instructors constantly advancing canoeing techniques
- Yearly Paddle Conference with excellent selection of clinics and entertainment
- CANEWS newsletter either sent by mail or by email
- Website devoted to educating the public and creating canoeing community in BC
- A vote or a voice on important matters that affect the direction of RCABC
- An opportunity to volunteer and learn new skills through participation on the executive or committees