Volunteers Teaching Safe Boating
Western Ontario District of the CPS Squadrons
 Next District Meeting Nov 17/19 at 1000/1300 (Notice)

Bryon Optimist Centre, 1308 Norman Ave, London, ON, N6K 2A3

Our Website will be changing shortly...please watch this short introductory video
In order to enter the new site you will have to register.  You only have to register the first time you visit, after you successfully register you can log-on.   To Register, you will need to enter your full name as it appears on your CPS-ECP Certificate* and your birth date.
A brief set of instructions (in PDF format) has been prepared to guide you through the process.  Please review the presentation soon to avoid interuption.
*for example, if your name is "Richard James Lee" but only your mom calls you Richard - everyone else knows you as "Rick," your Certificate, PCOC card, and your membership name may be Richard - please check before continuing to avoid frustration
Next District Meeting
Nov 17/19 (Byron)
Jan 15/20 Webinar
March 8/20 at the Sarnia Yacht Club
April 25/20 Wallaceburg
May 27/20 Webinar
Check out our new District Website http://www.boatingcourses.ca/
Send eblast.wod@gmail.com a message to join or rejoin our eNewsletter
Crossing an International Border? check out www.marinerscoalition.com/
Boating "drivers" Licence (PCOC): Contact your local teaching Squadron below for the date of the next course or challange the exam with your existing knowledge. If you took a course with us some time ago, we keep records and you may be qualified to get your Card now! Lost your card earned though us - We've got a replacement.
Volunteers Teaching Boating Safety for almost 80 Years!
Western Ontario District includes the oldest squadrons in the Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons. Over 78 years ago, persons who became the charter members of the first Canadian Squadron crossed over to the American side of the border and took Power Squadron courses in Detroit. They brought back not only the knowledge needed to boat safely, but also the willingness to impart that knowledge to others, to benefit all.
Western Ontario District is composed of 7 Squadrons each providing training in their area.
web link
email link