2017 Event Details:
- Corporate Dragon Boat Challenge
- Thursday, June 22nd, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Mississauga Canoe Club, Port Credit, ON
- A fully day of team building! Morning will focus on training/practice with professional coaches followed by a double elimination race schedule.
- Registration: $1,200 per team (Min 14 / Max 20 paddlers)
- Registration fee includes: Dragon Boats, all equipment, training and professional coaches (provided by the Mississauga Canoe Club) plus a light Breakfast and a catered Lunch
- Team awards + individual fundraising incentive prizes!
2016 Canoe the Credit Champions: Peel Regional Police.
We believe that this is quite simply the best employee engagement opportunity around!
Boost morale, increase collaboration, and demonstrate your collective commitment to the local, natural environment. Your employees will enjoy a full day of team building on the Credit River. Professional coaches will be on-hand to train your team, before you compete head to head for the title of Canoe the Credit Champion!
A Championship Trophy and Medals will be awarded to first, second and third place teams. Participants are encouraged to raise pledges, individual and team prizes are available!
Teams are invited to raise funds for your chance to win some amazing prizes!
Proceeds from the event will support a thriving environment that protects, connects, and sustains us through Credit Valley Conservation Foundation’s current priority fundraising projects such as the Conservation Youth Corps (CYC) Program.
CYC is a program of Credit Valley Conservation and provides local high school students with opportunities to engage in conservation and natural resource management projects in a safe, structured, and science based environment. Through CYC, we are cultivating the Green Leaders of tomorrow and with each tree planted, the CYC is helping to ensure that we have a river to swim in, paddle on, fish in and drink from.
There are 3 components to the CYC program:
- The CYC Summer Program provides opportunities for students to earn volunteer hours while participating in week-long work terms in conservation.
- The Branch Out! program enhances secondary science and geography curriculum and raises awareness about local climate change issues. Students are inspired to discover nature in their community and participate in a local stewardship project.
- Frontline is an opportunity for high school students to stay involved in environmental activities throughout the school year. This leadership program provides training, workshops, and job-shadowing opportunities for youth.