Author Archive for: Conrad
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Entries by Conrad
Canadas first Indigenous led Coast Guard Auxiliary is delighted to welcome Kitasoo/Xaixais Nation to the Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary family. Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary (W) Inc. was formed with a purpose to protect both mariners and citizens through the forging of strong and lasting partnerships between maritime First Nations. This dedicated group is powered […]
The Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary is excited to welcome Mr. Robert Stacey Paul Johnson in his role as the Central Coast Zone Coordinator based out of Bella Bella BC. In this role, Robert works closely with crews addressing operational needs, administration, and coordinates training to ensure effective marine SAR service for people in distress […]
Canadas first Indigenous led Coast Guard Auxiliary is delighted to welcome Nisga’a Nation to the Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary family. Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary (W) Inc. was formed with a purpose to protect both mariners and citizens through the forging of strong and lasting partnerships between maritime First Nations. This dedicated group is […]
As the situation around COVID-19 continues to evolve, I’m reaching out to share details about how CN-CGA is responding and how we’re ensuring that all appropriate safely measures are taken.
CN-CGA is looking forward to attending the Coastal Nations Search & Rescue course – Feb 12-18, in Bamfield, BC . Trainees will develop and exercise small boat specific skills, within the context of SAR missions and environmental response. Learn then practice the techniques involved in recording information, receiving a search action plan from the Joint […]
After many months of planning, the big day was there with us. Coastal Nations Coast Guard Auxiliary Inaugural (Annual General Meeting ) and it went without saying the biggest event in the Societies’ calendar. Key objectives form the meeting complimented our Vision Statement and the current strategic plan, in that we serve the public interest […]
Our volunteers put in long hours, the training is demanding, and the discoveries will stay with them for a long time. Mission Ready!
Bamfield, BC. CN-CGA members attended the fall 2019 CN-SAR operation of rigid hull type vessels in extreme weather conditions, including seamanship, navigation and search and rescue skillsets. This demanding training tests and sharpens the Crews knowledge, seamanship and leadership abilities with many day/night lectures and operations at sea.
CN-CGA members attended the November 2019 Advanced Electronic Navigation (E-Nav) for Fast Rescue Craft Operations & Leadership. Where Crews partook in pilotage, radar and night on the water collision avoidance, honing their Coxswain & Leadership with the knowledge and skills to safely and efficiently carry out those duties.