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2020 Summer Jobs Available with Regina Marathon Canoe Club


Paddling Event Programmer

We require a Paddling Event Programmer to held lead our new and innovative programming initiatives this season.

This is a 2020 Canada Summer Grant position therefore we are accepting applicants under 30 years old and whom are enrolled in kinesiology, sport admin, recreation management, recreation and community development, health promotion, education or a related field.

Paddling and lifeguarding experience is an asset.

Send resumes to rmccsask@gmail.com.


Paddling Events Assistant

We require a Paddling Event Assistant to assist our new and innovative programming initiatives this season, manage the boathouse and execute our COVID-19 policies and procedures for this season.

This is a 2020 Canada Summer Grant position therefore we are accepting applicants enrolled in high school or whom are enrolled in kinesiology, sport admin, recreation management, recreation and community development, health promotion, education or a related field. Applicants must be over 15 and under 30 years of age to apply.

Paddling and lifeguarding experience is an asset.

Send resumes to rmccsask@gmail.com.

Regina Marathon Canoe Club COVID-19 Update

Hello all paddlers!

Boathouse Orientations – New Members

If you are new to the club please contact me directly with your preferred dates and times to meet me for orientation to the boathouse. At our orientation you will be assigned a key, combinations to the lockers and general review of equipment and procedures. 
I am available to meet Monday to Friday 9AM to 6PM and can also meet over lunch. 

COVID-19 Policy and Procedures

Our board of directors are working out the final details of our COVID-19 Policies and Procedures and once completed will be posted on our website. Stay tuned for the latest updates.

Equipment 

 All members must wipe down all club equipment before and after use. Members must utilize their personal cleaning products until the club implements a permanent onsite cleaning system. 

Equipment – C1s

Members are authorized to utilize our C1s, SUPs and Kayaks.

Equipment – C2s

Until further notice, members may have two or more people in the same canoe only if they reside from the same household
We will provide further updates on mixed-household paddlers when our policies and procedures are released.

Paddling in Groups

Members are authorized to paddle in groups of C1s and C2s as long as the group size does not exceed 10 people and boats are able to keep a social distance of 6 feet while on the water or in-transit from boathouse to on-water.

PFDs (Personal Flotation Devices)
Members are asked to wear their own PFD’s. Club PFD’s are not available for use.  

Programming

Formal programming is suspended until May 15th. We anticipate releasing our programming in late May and June utilizing our COVID-19 Policies and Procedures.


“Practice safe social distancing by paddling in a marathon canoe!“


Scott Brunskill, RMCC Coordinator, rmccsask@gmail.com

2018 Canadian Whitewater National Championships in Kananaskis

The registration is now open for the 2018 Canadian Whitewater National Championships in Kananaskis, Alberta from July 31 st – August 6 th . In order to reach as many potential participants as possible we ask that you disseminate the below information to your communities.

As there will be canoe/kayak slalom, kayak freestyle, downriver and slalom cross events we are expecting to see some cross-pollination of disciplines and we encourage athletes to register in multiple events.

Learn more at http://canoekayak.ca/event/2018-canadian-canoe-slalom-championships/