News and Announcements
Fall/winter fees for the the Sept. 1, 2019 to Feb. 29, 2020 of $225.00 are due by Sept. 15th. Please renew your waiver (found in left-hand column of TeamPages website) and provide payment to club treasurer Vivian Thomas via e-Transfer (firstname.lastname@example.org), or cheque payable to Ocean River Paddling Club. If you have questions on payment please contact Vivian through TeamPages or direct at email@example.com
Thank you and Happy Paddling!
Please read the updated Safety and Weather Policy document found in the ‘Documents’ section of this website or the Resources section on the ORPC website at orpc.ca.
These documents will also be posted in the rental boathouse and the clubhouse. Thanks to everyone for complying with our Safety policies.
Happy New Year everyone,
This is a reminder to renew your CORA membership this month. As a member or user of the Ocean River Paddling Club CORA membership is a requirement. All memberships are annual memberships that are based on the calendar year. So everyone must renew in January. Thanks for your attention to this matter.
Becoming a member of CORA has many benefits as outlined in the CORA Membership Benefits document at
https://www.canadianoutrigger.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/CORA-Membership-Benefits.pdf. CORA fees cover insurance, travel support costs, clinic support costs, board meetings, teleconference calls, website, IVF representation and legal/accounting fees.
CORA dues are based on the calendar year from January to December. The membership database system is cleared at the end of December; until then, online membership fees will apply to 2017. Members who wish to register or renew for the 2018 paddling year will need to do this after December 31st (when 2018 online registration is available, there will be an announcement on the CORA main webpage).
More information on online registration can be found at https://www.canadianoutrigger.com/membership/faqs/
Thank you for looking after 2018 CORA registrations!
Please familiarize yourself with the most recent version of the Victoria Harbour Traffic Scheme map by accessing the link on the left side of the page and reviewing the regulations below regarding non-powered vessels:
Non-power Driven Vessels including row boats, rowing sculls, kayaks and canoes are authorized to use the OUTER, MIDDLE, INNER and UPPER HARBOUR for recreational purposes. While in the MIDDLE HARBOUR, or in transit to the OUTER HARBOUR, non-power driven vessels shall transit by using the Outbound Traffic Lane or by operating close to the north shore, north of the four white information buoys until west of Colville Island. While in transit from the OUTER HARBOUR to the UPPER HARBOUR, non-power driven vessels shall transit by using the Inbound Traffic Lane or by remaining close to the north shore, north of the four white information buoys. Non-power driven vessels should use “extreme caution” when operating in larger vessel docking areas such as Fisherman’s Wharf and Seaplane Terminals.