Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons / Escadrille canadiennes de plaisance (CPS-ECP) has been connecting enthusiastic recreational boaters across Canada for 70 years and has played a major role in boating culture in Canada. CPS offers boating safety courses every year to recreational boaters, as well as providing qualification for the Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC), which all recreational boaters in Canada require in order to legally operate their vessels. CPS is a charitable organization with more than 32,000 active members. Its volunteer instructors help recreational boaters improve their boating safety knowledge as well as their vessel handling and navigation skills.
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