Awards Program Carries on Strong

Awards Program Carries on Strong

Now in its third year, the RCMSAR awards program has proved a great success, raising awareness of the excellent work done by our volunteers in their local communities, including highlighting innovative new approaches and technologies. those involved in the global...

Bill Riggs Joins RCMSAR as CEO

Bill Riggs Joins RCMSAR as CEO

Bill Riggs has joined the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue headquarters team as Chief Executive Officer following a broad nation-wide search. “Bill brings a proven and impressive track record to the position,” said Chris Gouglas, Chairman of the RCMSAR Board of...

What’s In a Name? – by John Johnston

What’s In a Name? – by John Johnston

What’s in a name?  John Johnston shares his experience and the importance of naming RCMSAR vessels to acknowledge contributions of outstanding members and keep their memories alive. At last years SAREX in Sooke, I had the opportunity to work as a dock marshal. Over...

Wild weather keeps RCMSAR busy in February

Wild weather keeps RCMSAR busy in February

Last month was the coldest February on record for Vancouver, and the wild weather didn't stop with the frozen temperatures.  High winds and unprecedented snowstorms wreaked havoc, and RCMSAR Stations all over the province were called to action.  While warmer weather...