The Wascana Racing Canoe Club (WRCC) is a non profit organization located on scenic Wascana Lake in the heart of Regina. WRCC is a sprint racing canoe & kayak club offering introductory and competitive programs for youth and adults alike. WRCC has a history of serving the community with recreational paddling and has placed members on Provincial, National and International Teams.
The Wascana Racing Canoe Club (WRCC) is a Regina-based competitive and recreational canoe and kayak club founded in 1986. With a strong volunteer base, the WRCC has achieved much recognition in Western Canada in its short history.
The WRCC executive, coaches and staff wish to build a strong, positive team spirit within the club. To accomplish this, we must be assured that all members of the organization feel comfortable and that a positive training environment exists for all. The coaches and staff work closely with the athletes to ensure that a positive atmosphere exists at the boathouse, on the water and at regattas. To help achieve this goal, competitive athletes will be asked to sign the Athlete's Code of Conduct at the beginning of the season. The Code of Conduct outlines expectations for the personal conduct of the athletes within the context of training, traveling and competing. All WRCC coaches and staff adhere to a comparable code of conduct.
WRCC coaches, staff and volunteers work hard to ensure the safety of all participants on the water. All staff are required to hold a current first aid certificate. As well, all WRCC staff are highly competent water safety personnel. WRCC follows the Canoe Kayak Canada Code of Safety. The club adheres to the Canadian Coast Guard Small Vessel Regulations that relate to racing canoes and kayaks.