Canada with its abundance of lakes and rivers has an extremely rich recreational boating heritage. That this activity is enjoyed safely by millions of Canadians each year is due in great part to the efforts of boating enthusiasts and experts alike. The CASBAs are an awards gala and dinner held in January each year to recognize the efforts of the general public, volunteers, professionals, agencies and organizations who have distinguished themselves in the fields of boating safety and environmental stewardship. Winners are selected in a number of categories. What makes the CASBAs so very special is that these winners are chosen based on nominations provided by you, the general public.
The 2014 CASBAs will be held on Sunday January 11th, 2015. in the Civic Ballroom of the Sheraton Centre (123 Queen St. West in Toronto). Come, join in the fun. Help us recognize those whose efforts have enhanced the recreational boating experience for us all. It’s also an excellent opportunity to network with like-minded enthusiasts and professionals. Come and experience what for many is an essential event on their post-Christmas calendar. Register Now!
The CASBAs are attended by the who’s who in boating safety and environmental awareness. This is the perfect opportunity to demonstrate your company’s support by becoming a sponsor of the CASBAs. Your support goes a long way towards recognizing those who care about our overall on-water health, safety and enjoyment. We have created many opportunities for sponsor recognition and participation. Click here to learn more.
The Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) received funding from Transport Canada’s Boating Safety Contribution Program to carry out a comprehensive three-year Canadian Safe Boating Campaign beginning in April 2013 and running until the end of March 2016.
The Canadian Safe Boating Council is offering funding to Canadian not-for-profit agencies, organizations, and other groups to help promote boating safety in their communities. Called the CSBC Grass Roots Contribution Program, each proposal can request up to $ 2,500 in financial support.