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List of Squadron Bridge members.

Squadron History


Edmonton Squadron is one of 179 Squadrons across Canada which make up Canadian Power & Sail Squadrons (CPS).

CPS is a Canada wide organization offering boating safety courses, including power and sail navigation courses as well as Canadian Coast Guard accredited boating courses that lead to the Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC), popularly known as the Boat Licence.

Each year, CPS members teach a variety of courses to 10,000 or more concerned boaters in the general public across Canada. The Edmonton Squadron has been providing training to Edmonton area boaters since 1965. Our members include both power and sail enthusiasts who boat in waters close to Edmonton and around the world.

CPS is a non-profit organization incorporated under the Companies Act (Canada), and its administrative and instructional work is done by members - without remuneration. To locate squadrons in other areas of Canada, please see the CPS national web site.

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List of Bridge Members

Randy Woods "at the helm" Photo
Squadron Commander

For Course Information,

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Ian Searle Photo
Immediate Past - Commander
David Kinnaird Photo
Executive Officer
Administration Officer
Sqn. Training Officer
Asst. Training Officer
Asst. Training Officer
Asst. Training Officer
Bill Hibbard Photo
Sqn. Treasurer
Past Commander - Director At Large
Sqn. MAREP Officer


Val McKay photo
Sqn. Social Event Coordinator
WEB Master
Facebook Coordinator
FaceBook Coordinator

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