Register now and don’t miss your chance to attend the Vancouver Maritime Arbitrators Association online seminar on December 10th.
The speaker will be Mr. Justice Christopher Giaschi of the Supreme Court of British Columbia. His topic will be The scope of `Navigation and Shipping`, in the wake of the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in the Transport Desgagnés (Wärtsilä) case.
Date: Thursday December 10, 2020
Time: 12:00 – 13:00 PST
Fee: $25 for members; $45 for non-members
To register, please email email@example.com.
Please note: the webinar has already been certified for one hour of CPD credit by the Law Society of British Columbia, for participating B.C. lawyers.
There will be an Open House at the Marine Campus on Friday the 18 of October from 10 am to 7 pm.
In addition to the simulators (Deck and Engine), survival craft demonstration, Machine shop and seamanship display we will be joined by 16 employers from the marine industry. The employers will have booths set up for recruitment.
For more details about the campus and directions to get there, click here.
Once again we were pleased to attend at the BCIT Marine Campus Convocation ceremonies for their cadet program and make book presentations to cadets who had made outstanding efforts and achieved good grades.
In the above photograph, Captain Achim Ruether presents Engineering Cadet Peter Didak with his book award.
In the above photograph Captain Stan Bowles presents Deck Cadet Stephen Wyatt with his book award.
This year’s NPESC Christmas Luncheon will be held on Saturday December 15th 2018 between 1pm and 4pm.
The venue for the luncheon is The Aria Club within the Suterbrook Village in Port Moody (the complex within which Karen & Richard Smith reside).
Those wishing to attend should sign up by clicking here
This year’s BCIT First Year Achievement Bursary award was made to Cadet Havill Leitch by Captains Joachim Ruether and David Whittaker (left) on November 1st.
The three are joined by cadets Justin Bury, Alexander Holiove and Nicola Zimny and Captain Philip McCarter.
Includes BBQ Lunch
Friday June 24th from 12:00 to 1:30 pm
At the patio of The Chamber of Shipping, 1111, West Hastings Street, Vancouver.
Sponsored by The Sailors’ Society – www.sailorssociety.ca
Click here to download an order form for Buttons.
To Celebrate this wonderful day, The Sailors’ Society are selling buttons to help support seafarers away from home.
Buttons are C$25 each and include a BBQ Lunch.
The Lunch will be held on the patio outside of The Chamber of Shipping offices located at: 1111 W. Hastings Street
Learn more at www.sailorssociety.ca
In order to bring our AGM in-line with that of the BC Branch of The Nautical Institute, the NPESC will be holding its 2015 AGM in conjunction with the NIBC on Saturday May 14th at The Vancouver Maritime Museum.
The meeting will take place at 11:00 hours and members and other interested parties are encouraged to join us and hear about our fund raising efforts along with news about the bursaries that we have given out thus far, this year.
For those interested in joining our Society your annual membership fee of C$40.00 will receive a tax deductible receipt and will help us in pursuing our goal of furthering the professional education of Canadian mariners. For your convenience, receipts will be provided at the meeting.
On Sunday, May 1, 2016, Canadians from across the country will gather to commemorate the sacrifices made by the thousands of Canadians who fought so valiantly during the Battle of the Atlantic, which ran from 1939 to 1945.
The national ceremony will be held at Parliament Hill at 11 a.m. and will include Canadian Armed Forces members from the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) and the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), alongside members of the Merchant Navy (MN). They will be accompanied by Central Region Sea and Air Cadets, Navy League Cadets, the Royal Canadian Legion Colour Party, local veteran organizations, other government departments, the diplomatic community, and the Ottawa Children’s Choir.
Each year, on the first Sunday in May, Canada and its naval community commemorate those lost at sea in the longest single campaign of the Second World War. Today, the legacy of the Battle of the Atlantic is upheld by those currently serving in the RCN, pledging themselves as “Ready, Aye, Ready” to defend Canada and to uphold its ideals around the world.