Mont Tremblant, QC / September 15 – 17, 2021

With the successful 2020 CSBC virtual Symposium behind us, it is time to start thinking about next year’s Symposium. Mark the date, September 15 to 17, and plan to come to ‘Le Westin Resort & Spa’ on the shores of Lac Tremblant in Mont Tremblant QC. Mont-Tremblant, set within the Laurentian Mountains just northwest of Montréal, features picturesque lakes for boating, golf courses, a pedestrian shopping village and acclaimed winter sports. Connect with nature, elevate your well-being and increase your knowledge about boating safety at the upcoming 2021 CSBC Symposium.

Keep your eye on this site for further updates about the symposium and hotel booking details, but for now, plan to attend and mark these dates on your calendar.

Participant testimonials demonstrate that CSBC Symposiums consistently hit the high water mark

"Excellent opportunity to gather new knowledge to share with others"

"Thanks so much for this very informative presentation!"

"Fantastic networking opportunities with people from across Canada and overseas"

“Very informative Symposium. Will inspire the TC OBS team in the preparation of its 2021 workplan. Thank you all!”

Join us in Mont Tremblant, this year for a great learning experience that will include:

Professional development and learning for boating safety enthusiasts

International connections that share their successful programs

Connecting with boating safety organizations to exchange information and resources

Excellent networking opportunities

2021 Symposium Agenda – to come Summer 2021

Registration Information - to come Spring 2021

Hotel Information – Please book directly with the hotel

Book your hotel room for CSBC Symposium Sept 2021

The CSBC looks forward to welcoming you in Mont Tremblant in September 2021!

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PowerPoint Presentations from the 2020 CSBC Symposium available for download here!

5 Key Steps to Safer Boating

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Wear Your Lifejacket

Legally you must carry one on board, appropriately sized for each passenger. But don’t just carry it, WEAR IT.

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Boat Sober

Boating under the influence of alcohol, recreational drugs or prescription narcotics, is illegal, irresponsible and potentially deadly. Leave any such substances until you return to the dock.

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Take a Boating Course

The law now requires that anyone driving a motorized boat must have a pleasure-craft operator card. It’s for your own safety and that of your passengers. Don’t get caught without one. Take a course and get your license!

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Be Prepared - You and Your Vessel

Ensure your boat has all the required safety gear and sufficient fuel. Be sure the weather is suitable for your vessel’s capabilities.

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Be Cold Water Safe

Cold water is a significant risk. Learn how to protect yourself.