Attention All Member Clubs:
Canoe Kayak BC is happy to be able to offer various paddling opportunities throughout the province to a variety of individuals of different demographics. CKBC has a strong relationship with the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (ISPARC) and a variety of Indigenous communities, that have allowed us to develop Indigenous programming both at the community level and the High Performance level.
As such, CKBC is dedicated to continued growth of the sport of Canoe/Kayak in Indigenous communities, and would like to make all clubs aware of the program opportunities that exist in the Indigenous Stream of sport.
For more information on how to provide Indigenous programs at your club or in your community, please consider attending the Indigenous Programs webinar on
Wednesday, March 18th 2020 at 7pm in the comfort of your own home.
Please sign up at the following link:
Or by visiting the Events Calendar on our website.
Funding Available for Indigenous Programs -CKBC Regional Development Fund
Through provincial funding, CKBC has some funds to help clubs educate their coaches and provide Indigenous programming in their communities. Clubs can apply for funding for up to $1000 to support the running of Indigenous programs through the Regional Development Fund which can be found here:
If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact CKBC by topic through the use of our contact us page at www.canoekayakbc.ca/contact-us.
You can also find this Bulletin/Memo and all historical Bulletins/Memos on our website.
Canoe Kayak BC is the Provincial Sport Organization for the paddle sports and actively encourages and provides opportunities to enjoy, participate and excel in them. Members include competitive athletes, developing athletes, enthusiasts, coaches, officials, administrators and supporters of the sport. The association's mission enourages and promotes personal growth and success for our members through participation and performance in paddle sports.