The Canadian Safe Boating Council Invites YOU to its 2014 Annual Symposium!
The Canadian Safe Boating Council (CSBC) is inviting boating safety enthusiasts from around the world to participate in the 2014 CSBC Symposium in Ottawa, Ontario. With the theme of ‘Exploring New Horizons’, this year’s Symposium will take place from Sunday, September 21st to Tuesday, September 23rd at the beautiful Lord Elgin Hotel. Delegates include government policy makers, not-for-profit organizations, marine law enforcement, first responders, boating safety instructors, course providers, marine operators, volunteers, marine manufacturers and more! This year, Bob Izumi, Canada’s most popular fishing personality and the host of Bob Izumi’s Real Fishing Show, will be the keynote speaker.
To build on the theme of ‘Exploring New Horizons’, highlights of this year’s Symposium include Special Feature Presentations on:- The results of the latest Canadian Boating Safety Research- Behavioral change and influencing people’s actions on the water- Boating safety in Northern Canada- International Connections: Boating safety in Australia and the U.S.- New paddle sport programs - Lifejacket Harmonization
Be a part of the boating safety event of the year!! To preview the agenda, click here.
Symposium Registration and Hotel Details:
The historic Lord Elgin is the official conference hotel (1-800-267-4298 (or 1-613-235-3333) and being located downtown it is convenient for exploring Canada’s capital city!
Symposium registration is $395 including the two days of sessions, dinner cruise, opening reception and closing banquet.
For more details on the 2014 CSBC Symposium please click Here.
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.