Category Archives: guest speaker resources

June guest speaker links — FYI

Many thanks to guest speakers Norm Hann and John Kimantas who spoke at our virtual club meeting on June 7. John gave information on BC Marine Trails’ Site Assessment Program. Norm’s excellent film Howe Sound can be found here: https://normhann.com/2019/10/howe-sound-short-film/ … Continue reading

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Special offer: JF Marleau and Justine Curgenven’s books, DVDs

JF Marleau, our February guest presenter and owner of SKILS, is extending a special offer to all SKABC members on two of his books that were recently updated and published at the end of 2020: Navigation Sea State & Weather … Continue reading

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Presentation Video on Howe Sound Sites by Steve Best

Thanks Steve for the inspiring presentation you gave at the AGM on how the SKABC Legacy Funds and Paddling Film Festival proceeds are being used to create kayak accessible campsites in Howe Sound. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BpE91O4mRVQ

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Watch “Bowron Paddle Round” and “Green Paddle Down”

Thank you Thom, Sue, Bob and Graham for the interesting and entertaining presentation at our club meeting about paddling the Bowron Lakes in kayaks. See their film and others including “Green Paddle Down” at:www.thomkline.com

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Sea Kayaking Safety Guide from Transport Canada

Here’s a link to the Sea Kayaking Safety Guide by Transport Canada featured at our October club meeting. Thanks Scott T. for sending this along. It has also been added to the Safety Resources on the Trip Planning page.

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