Feb 22, 2018

AwardsMany CPS-ECP volunteers have worked throughout the last year to advance the vision, mission and values of CPS-ECP and contribute to the saftey of boaters to ensure this year’s boating season is a safer boating experience and an enjoyable recreation.

Please consider recognizing a fellow CPS-ECP member(s) for her/his contributions by nominating her/him for one or more of the CPS-ECP National Volunteer Awards. Many of our volunteers deserve that consideration.

There is no limit to the number of nominations one can submit.

Here is the list of the winners from 2017.

2017 National Award Winners

   

 

 

Squadron

District

Deborah Churchill

Volunteer of the Year

Avalon

Atlantic

Janice Cook

Officer of the Year Atlantic

Halifax

Atlantic

Carole Lafrance

Officer of the Year Quebec

Des Ecluses

Cartier

Karen Connor

Officer of the Year Ontario

London

Western Ontario

Peter Girling

Officer of the Year West

Vancouver

Pacific Mainland

James Nixon

Instructor of the Year Atlantic/Quebec

Shediac

Atlantic

Alain Landry

Instructor of the Year Ontario

Sudbury

Voyageur

Glen Hodgkinson

Instructor of the Year West

Vancouver

Pacific Mainland

Harry Henteleff

Electronic Inst of the Year Atlantic/Quebec

Halifax

Atlantic

Kim Pullman

Electronic Inst of the Year Ontario

Port Dover

Niagara

Byron Buie

Electronic Inst of the Year West

Fraser

Pacific Mainland



Information about the awards, past recipients, and the nomination forms can be found on the CPS-ECP website, click on the following Members Moorings, Volunteer Awards section.  Provide the facts supporting your proposal. Be complete but be concise.

Nominations must be submitted to CPS-ECP National Office by regular mail, fax or email no later than end of day May 31, 2018.
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fax: 416-293-2445
Mail: National Volunteers Awards, 26 Golden Gate Court, Toronto, On, M1P 3A5
Cathie Johnstone, P
National Executive Officer

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