Cape Lazo Power and Sail Squadron spring class next month

Cape Lazo Power and Sail Squadron’s spring class will start Jan. 3 at Mark Isfeld Secondary School and will run for 14 weeks.

Cape Lazo Power and Sail Squadron’s spring class will start Jan. 3 at Mark Isfeld Secondary School and will run for 14 weeks.

Your pleasure craft operator’s card gets you out there — Canadian Power and Sail Squadron helps get you back. The course contains expanded detailed boating safety information, as well as the challenge of plotting and navigational skills.

Successful completion of an accredited examination at the end of the course will provide you with a boating course certificate, a pleasure craft operator card and membership in the squadron and all its associated benefits.

Cape Lazo Power and Sail Squadron is taking pre-registration for the boating course, and class size is limited to 20 students.

For more information, contact Jack at 250-339-4014 or register online at

— Cape Lazo Power and Sail Squadron

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