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2023 National Freestyle Team Announcement

Sep
8
Canoe Kayak Canada

Canoe Kayak Canada is pleased to announce the 2023 National Freestyle Team, who will represent Canada at the 2023 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships in Columbus, Georgia from October 9th – 14th, 2023. Twenty-one athletes were named to the 2023 National Freestyle Team who will represent Canada on their quest for the podium. For full […]... Read More

Team Canada steps up in support of Team Ukraine

Sep
6
CKC

2022 ICF Sprint Canoe World Championships The 2022 ICF Sprint Canoe World Championships were a resounding success with several podium performances for Canada – a total of 8 medals, including 3 gold. While the hardware certainly shines bright, the Canadian generosity shone even brighter with several partner organizations stepping up in support of Team Ukraine. […]... Read More

CKC Men’s Kayak Coach – Job Posting

Sep
2
Canoe Kayak Canada

This is a permanent position, based in Canoe Kayak Canada’s Montreal National Training Centre. The intended start date of this position is October 1st, 2022. As a reflection of CKC’s commitment to Inclusion, as one of the core values committed to in our 2024 Strategic Plan, we continue to look to fill technical roles within […]... Read More

VIII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF COACHES ON SPRINT CANOEING, SLALOM, KAYAK POLO

Sep
1
Canoe Kayak Canada

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2022 Canadian World University Canoe Sprint Team announced

Aug
19
CKC

OTTAWA, ONTARIO (August 19, 2022) – Canoe Kayak Canada (CKC) is pleased to announce the 2022 Canadian World University Canoe Sprint Team heading to Bydgoszcz, Poland from September 16-18. Thirteen student athletes from across country will represent Canada next month at the Brdyujście Regatta Course, recognized as the oldest course in Poland. For more information […]... Read More

Call for Candidates – Board of Directors Paddling Association Representatives

Aug
15
Canoe Kayak Canada

Canoe Kayak Canada is looking for one individual to join the organization’s Board of Directors.  This position is representative of the Paddling Association members of CKC and will be instrumental in providing a member perspective to the discussions and decision-making of the organization. The Board of Directors is comprised of a minimum of 10 and […]... Read More

Call for Candidates – Athlete Director at Large

Aug
15
Canoe Kayak Canada

Canoe Kayak Canada is looking for one individual to join the organization’s Board of Directors as the Athlete Director-at-Large.  This position is instrumental in providing an athlete’s perspective to the discussions and decision-making of the organization. As a full member of the Board of Directors, the Athlete Director-at-Large will have all of the duties and […]... Read More

Canada on top of podium at Sprint Canoe and Paracanoe World Championships

Aug
7
CKC

Katie Vincent crowned triple World Champion Dartmouth, NS (August 7, 2022) – Canada captured five medals, including three gold medals, on the final day of the ICF Sprint Canoe and Paracanoe World Championships at Lake Banook in Dartmouth Nova Scotia. Tokyo Olympic Bronze medallist, Katie Vincent (Mississauga Canoe Club) was crowned world champion three times […]... Read More

Double Bronze for Canada at the Sprint Canoe and Paracanoe World Championships

Aug
6
CKC

Dartmouth, NS (August 6, 2022) – Two bronze medals for Canada on day 3 of the ICF Sprint Canoe and Paracanoe World Championships at Lake Banook in Dartmouth Nova Scotia. Two-time Olympian Andréanne Langlois (Club de Canoë-Kayak de Vitesse de Trois Rivières) and Toshka Besharah-Hrebacka (Rideau Canoe Club) celebrated their new crew partnership in the […]... Read More

Silver for Canada at the Sprint Paracanoe World Championships

Aug
5
CKC

Dartmouth, NS (August 5, 2022) – Canada’s Brianna Hennessy (Ottawa River Canoe Club) captured the silver medal today in the VL2 200m paracanoe event at the Sprint Canoe and Paracanoe World Championships on Lake Banook. Brianna crossed the finish line with a time of 1:01.42, two seconds behind Paralympic gold medallist Emma Wiggs from Great […]... Read More