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Instagram post 2337828577799883200_4133900391 The Pinette family enjoying their time together on Father’s Day! Parnell, Conley, Lucas, Cam, Linden, Lauren and Leigh Pinette on Chimney Lake, BC #family #waterskifamily #slalom #trick #jump #teamcanski #waterskicanada #lifeofawatetskier #summerfun
Instagram post 2324168912541223726_4133900391 Are you a Canadian #towedwatersports enthusiast? Have you signed up for your 2020 membership? Click the link in the bio to take advantage of the benefits available in your province. #getonthewater 
Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada are thrilled to announce the launch of our new membership platform, Water Sports Connect. Water Sports Connect provides membership registration and event management intending to bring consistency and unity between the National and Provincial organizations. 
The new platform has also been custom-designed to fit the needs of the Canadian towed water sports community. 
Features include: -Membership management
-Site Registration (Clubs & Schools)
-Event and Participant Registration
-Officials & Judge's tournament/events tracking. 
#lifeofawaterskier #slalom #trick #jump #learntoski #canada #cottagelife #waterskicanada #teamcanski #membership
Instagram post 2300368907839849469_4133900391 Water Ski Canada is pleased to announce the names of the 8 athletes who have been selected to represent Canada as part of the 2020 National Junior Team 
Jamie Calhoun – ON, 
Olivia Chute – NS, 
Thomas Daigle – QC, 
Josh Edwards – SK, 
Sean Kraus – AB, 
Carter Lucas – SK,
Noah McCormick – ON, 
Conley Pinette – BC

#teamcanski #waterskicanada #NationalJuniorTeam #slalom #trick #jump #overall #Canadianathletes #wswcanada @wswcanada
Instagram post 2298157357297202020_4133900391 Head over to @talking306podcast to listen 
#Repost @talking306podcast ・・・
New episode out this morning featuring @trentfinlayson! Originally from Emma Lake, Saskatchewan, Trent is a professional water skier and coach now based in San Marcos, Texas. Trent was one of @drichsk’s first coaches and mentors when he was a young man and water skiing competitively in Saskatchewan during the 2000s. Dale talks with Trent about his life and career, including all things skiing, coaching, growing up at Emma Lake, being a dad, and so much more!

The podcast is sponsored by @pathcowork and is a proud member of the @saskpodcastnetwork, supported by @conexus_cu! (Photos from Trent Finlayson)

#saskpodcast #saskatchewanpodcast #saskatchewan #canadianpodcasts #waterski #teamcanski #waterski
Instagram post 2298145721643487186_4133900391 Head over to @luzzgram to listen

#Repost @jaimee_bull ・・・
For all you quarantiners at home looking for new podcasts be sure to check out the Waterski Podcast! I got to sit down with @luzzgram a few weeks ago and chat about going left and right around buoys. Click the link in my bio to listen to the episode!

#thewaterskipodcast #hoskis #teamcanski #waterskicanada #jaimeebull #canadianathletes #podcast
Instagram post 2296838360635024917_4133900391 2020 WATER SKI NATIONALS - EVENT CANCELLATION

Water Ski Canada and the Shalom Park host committee have been actively monitoring the COVID-19 crisis and its implications for the 2020 competitive water ski season, including the 2020 Canadian Water Ski National Championships, slated for Alberta in August.

The Chief Medical Officer of Alberta delivered an update on COVID-19 on April 23rdthat specifically addressed the mandatory restrictions on gatherings of over 15 people as it relates to summer events. This update provided clarification that summer events will not be allowed if they violate the gathering restrictions. A transcript of the announcement can be seen here- https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=701519ADB9F71-9BB3-65BA-DEBCAF1D54416B96 
Due to this clarification from the Government of Alberta, it is with great regret that Water Ski Canada and the Shalom Park host committee have made the decision to cancel the 2020 Canadian Water Ski National Championships. Our foremost concern is to ensure the safety and well being of all participants. We know how important the Canadian Water Ski National Championships is to our community and we do not make this decision lightly. 
We are still hopeful that our clubs and schools will be able to run some programming this summer and we will continue to support those activities under local and federal legislation requirements. Our staff remains available to answer your questions and support your activities where legal mandates provide. 
Click the link in the bio for more info. 
If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to Kyle@wswc.ca 
#teamcanski #waterskicanada #2020cdnwaterskinats #shalompark #wswc
Instagram post 2287382183406823700_4133900391 We encourage our entire towed water sports community to follow the recommendations of the Government of Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the World Health Organization (WHO) and Provincial / Territorial Governments in a collective effort to contain COVID-19 and flatten the curve.  WSWC has created a Resource Hub with useful links for information on COVID-19 *Please note that these links do not represent the advice or directions of WSWC and are being provided solely for informational purposes. 
Click the link in the bio for more info 
#flattenthecurve #stayhome #covi̇d19 #towedwatersports
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