Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan Members – COVID-19 Statement

Attention Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan Members This memo is to provide information on COVID-19 and what measures the Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan is taking to help prevent the spread of the virus and keep everyone safe. Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan will be monitoring the current situation and will be advising members how the virus may affect them. We continue to be in contact with Canoe Kayak Canada as the situation develops and have attached their most recent statement. The Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan Annual General Meeting & Expo is planned for March 28, 2020 in Regina. We are investigating our options regarding the meeting but potentially it could be delayed ensuring the health of our members. If you desire additional information pertaining to Novel Coronavirus – COVID-19 – the following websites are good sources to use. Canoe Kayak Canada Website https://canoekayak.ca/coronavirus/ Government of Saskatchewan https://www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus Public Health Agency of Canada https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html World Health Organization https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan will update you as more information becomes...

Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan Athletes Finalists in 2019 Sask Sport Athlete of the Year Awards

Ivan English (Saskatoon) and Mike Vincent (Regina) are finalists for Sask Sport Athlete of the Year Awards in the Masters category. Ivan ( and Mike won the grueling 2019 Yukon River Canoe Quest (www.yukonriverquest.com). The Yukon River Canoe Quest is the longest paddling race in the world at 715km. Ivan and Mike completed the quest in 44h59m10s. Jarret Kenke (Saskatoon) is a finalist in the Sask Sport Athlete of the Year Awards in the Mens category. Jarret Kenke was a silver medalist in the 2019 K2 1,000 m kayak race at the Pan Am Games and Canadian Sprint Nationals. He also earned silver at the 2019 K2 1,000 m National Team Trials. Learn more about the Sask Sport Athletes of the Year...

Get Involved!

The 2020 Saskatchewan Summer Games are taking place in Lloydminster from July 26 – August 1, 2020! More than 2,000 participants from 9 District Teams across Saskatchewan will compete in 14 sports over 7 days, all for 1 incredible experience. Are you ready to #EarnYourEdge? Sign up today to Volunteer for the 2020 Saskatchewan Summer...

Respect in Sport Administrator Training Workshops

Have you recently changed your RiS Administrator within your organization? Sask Sport has planned some RIS Administrator Training Workshops for all new administrators. No prior registration is required you can just click on the link at the appropriate time for the dates scheduled below and participate. Tuesday February 4th at 2pm CST https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/410633405 Wednesday February 5th at 12pm CST https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/302469501 Thursday February 13th at 11am CST https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/170491069 This on-line session will be 30 minutes in length. If you have already taken the course and would like a refresher, you may sign up too! If you have recently changed your RIS Administrator please also fill out the RiS Administrator Change Form at http://www.sasksport.sk.ca/RiS/pdf/AdminChange.pdf and return the completed form to Lisa Stewart. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact Lisa Stewart at (306) 975-0829 RiS for Coaches is an on-line training program for coaches and sport leaders, designed as a tool to assist them in identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment, and bullying in sport. Sask Sport Inc. believes that we should all be proactive in making sport in Saskatchewan as safe as possible and welcoming for all participants. RIS on-line training is mandatory for all of our registered Coaches; helping promote and provide a better sport environment for all. For more info on RIS for Coaches please visit...