NOMINATION AND ELECTION PROCESS UPDATE

Nominations for the WSWC Sport Councils have closed, and the bios of the nominees are posted below. WSWC received 8 nominations for 8 positions (3 for Adaptive, 3 for Wake and 2 for Waterski). Since the Scrutineer received the same  nominations as there were positions available, all nominees have been acclaimed, and no elections are required.

Please join us in welcoming the new Sport Council Members.

 Adaptive Council 

Erin Aubrey
Glenn Bowie
Ross Holden

Wake Council

Olivier Derome
Brennan Grange
Dary Znebel

Water Ski Council 

Norm Lucas
Troy Perras

Les nominations pour les conseils sportifs de SNPC sont terminées, et les biographies des candidats sont affichées ci-dessous. SNPC a reçu 8 nominations pour 8 postes (3 pour le sport adapté, 3 pour le wake et 2 pour le ski nautique). Comme le scrutateur a reçu autant de candidatures qu’il y avait de postes à pourvoir, tous les candidats ont été élus par acclamation et aucune élection n’est nécessaire.

Veuillez vous joindre à nous pour accueillir les nouveaux membres du Conseil des sports.

Conseil du sport adapté

Erin Aubrey
Glenn Bowie
Ross Holden

Conseil Wake

Olivier Derome
Brennan Grange
Dary Znebel

Conseil du ski nautique

Norm Lucas
Troy Perras

 

CHALLENGED ATHLETES FOUNDATION – 2024 GRANT APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN

Challenged Athletes Foundation’s (CAF) mission is to provide opportunities and support to people with physical challenges so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. The Challenged Athletes Foundation believes that involvement in sports at any level increases self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life.

CAF’s flagship grant program aims to remove the barriers that exist between adaptive athletes and their pursuit of sport and fitness.

Provinces do not have to have high-performance athletes to apply for this. So every province with any prospects or interest should share this with their athletes.

For more information about the grant and to apply, click the link below.

https://www.challengedathletes.org/programs/grants/

WSWC BOARD OF DIRECTORS: NOMINATE TODAY!! – DEADLINE: September 17th

NEW Deadline: September 17th, 2023

Join the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada Board of Directors

Have you ever thought about how you can contribute to the growth of towed water sports in Canada? If yes, WSWC has an opportunity for you!

WSWC is inviting all interested persons to apply for nomination to the WSWC Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted thru to September 12, 2023 and the election will take place at the WSWC Annual General Meeting on September 27th, 2023 at 9pm ET by webinar.

There are four (4)  at-large director positions up for election and a director’s term is for two (2) years.

To learn more about WSWC, the role of Directors and how to nominate, please see:

-About WSWC: CLICK HERE

-WSWC Board Roles and Responsibilities: CLICK HERE

-Nominations Application: CLICK HERE

-Electoral Policy: CLICK HERE

-Women on Boards: A Guide to Getting Involved (CAAWS): CLICK HERE

For more information, please contact:
Krista Jansen
Krista@wswc.ca

BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

Deadline: September 12, 2023

Join the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada Board of Directors

Have you ever thought about how you can contribute to the growth of towed water sports in Canada? If yes, WSWC has an opportunity for you!

WSWC is inviting all interested persons to apply for nomination to the WSWC Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted thru to September 12, 2023 and the election will take place at the WSWC Annual General Meeting on September 27th, 2023 at 9pm ET by webinar.

There are four (4)  at-large director positions up for election and a director’s term is for two (2) years.

To learn more about WSWC, the role of Directors and how to nominate, please see:

-About WSWC: CLICK HERE

-WSWC Board Roles and Responsibilities: CLICK HERE

-Nominations Application: CLICK HERE

-Electoral Policy: CLICK HERE

-Women on Boards: A Guide to Getting Involved (CAAWS): CLICK HERE

For more information, please contact:
Krista Jansen
Krista@wswc.ca

BULLETIN 1 & 2 NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE 2023 IWWF WORLD DISABLED WATER SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2023 IWWF World Disabled Water Ski Championships will be held at Shortline Lake, Elk Grove CA (USA). on September 14-17th. This 3-event site offers ideal skiing conditions and excellent accessibility for everyone. The lake is 2400 ft. (730 m) in length with turn-around islands at both ends.

For Bulletin 1 CLICK HERE

For Bulletin 2 CLICK HERE

5000+ EXCLUSIVE PERKS FOR ALL WSWC MEMBERS THROUGH PERKOPOLIS

Renew/Sign Up for your 2023 WSWC Membership, register for Perkopolis and start enjoying members-only offers today.

CLICK HERE to renew your membership for the 2023 season

CLICK HERE if you’re a new member

WE’RE HIRING – EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada is looking for a motivated and knowledgeable Executive Director to join our team.

CLICK HERE for more information

Contact: careers@wswc.ca

 

Executive Director

Position:                   Executive Director

Location:                  Virtual – Ideally based out of Ottawa, ON

Office Structure:   Home Based Office Environment

Reports to:              President, Board of Directors

Type of Position:  Full Time Employee

 

Summary

The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors through the President of Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada and works collaboratively with the Board, Staff, Councils, Committees and Stakeholders to fulfill the organization’s mission.

The Executive Director is responsible for all financial, operational, administrative, and legal aspects of the daily organizational management of WSWC.   Providing strong operational and strategic leadership, the Executive Director is responsible for cultivating a robust organization that is focused on: pursuing high performance excellence; growing the sport; diversifying its finances; nurturing its diverse network of stakeholders; and effectively managing risk.

 

About Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada

Representing several interest groups in the sport, Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada has been in the business of serving the towed water sports community since 1949.  A non-profit organization, Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada is the sole national sport governing body and recognized water ski and wake sport authority in Canada, representing all competitive Canadian towed water sports including adaptive water ski & wakeboard, barefoot, marathon, show ski, wakeboard, wake park, wakesurf, wakeskate, and water ski.

OUR VISION – To advance the growth, innovation, and excellence of towed water sports.

OUR PURPOSE – Our purpose is to foster and support the many ways in which people engage in towed water sports.  To that end, we serve to strengthen and grow participation from grassroots to high-performance by providing a safe and supportive place to play and compete, for the love of the sport and for a lifetime of enjoyment and success.

OUR MISSION – We lead the growth and development of an aligned towed water sports community from grassroots to high performance through our pillars of Partnerships, Funding, Coordinated Infrastructure and Community.

OUR VALUES – Our values are the core beliefs that inform our decision-making and the practices that govern the leadership within our sport at all levels.

Innovation:  We are dynamic and boldly spirited in our approach to evolving our sport.

Our sport is constantly changing and finding exciting and cutting-edge ways to advance how our participants compete and play on the water. We align our management approach with the natural creativity that drives the uniqueness of our sport by integrating it into the practices that enable the progression of our sport.

Accountability: We are results-orientated, principled, and act with purpose.

Our sport leverages our strong foundation to serve our communities. It recognizes the importance of standardized practices, procedures, and compliance while recognizing our dependence upon the accountability relationships and dynamics needed for loosely coupled efforts to be effective. We are aligned in our shared understanding of autonomy designed to benefit the sport as a whole.  Decision making is informed by data analysis and stakeholder engagement.

Respect and Care: We highly value, support, and celebrate the people in our community.

Our sport recognizes the dedication, passion, and various roles our people fulfill in being curators of our culture and fun. We are committed to supporting and fostering the volunteerism we rely upon and recognize the changing demands upon volunteers who often must oscillate between participant and volunteer; and the increasing accountability that is being placed on the work done by our volunteers. We invest in systems, processes, and policies designed to promote and facilitate the care and safety of our people. We value advances in equity, diversity, inclusivity, and indigeneity (EDII) within our sport.

Excellence: We are performance-driven, strategic in our delivery of service, and targeted in the pursuit of the growth of our sport.

We achieve excellence on the world stage bringing recognition and profile to our sport and Canada. Excellence off the field of play and professionalism of our systems and best practices provide the infrastructure for our sport to be best in class. We are introspective in our decision making and review of our systems and strategic in pursuit of our vision.   We clearly define our priorities and stay the planned course recognizing the impact of our informed decision-making across our sport as a whole. 

Unity:  We are better together and unified in our approach

We have a positive culture of interdependence that enables the integration of multiple sport disciplines to be unified in our approach and maintain the ability to differentiate. Alignment in our shared understanding of sport priorities informs resource allocations and enables effective long-term strategic budgeting plans.

 

OUR PILLARS

PARTNERSHIP:  Build partnerships that advances towed watersports through mutually beneficial relationships, shared accountability and acquisition of resources that support and align with organizational values.

FUNDING:  Secure stable funding that extends beyond traditional sources and enables long-term sustainable budget planning enabling the investment in programs, services and people that strengthen our member experience.

COORDINATED INFRASTRUCTURE:  Develop shared understanding, organizational agility and systemic coordinated efforts across all sport levels that lead to a unified professionalized approach in the delivery of towed water sports.

COMMUNITY:  Be deeply committed to the support and care of our people as we educate and advocate for the growth and diversification of our sport.

 

Duties & Responsibilities

  •  Manage the association’s financial resources, including appropriate and proper financial and accounting controls of all association activities
  • Manage all staffing and human resource activities, including the development of the staff model, hire, reward, discipline, terminate and set the remuneration of all employees, except for themselves, in accordance with board direction, policy and / or approved budgets
  • Manage all aspects of WSWC business including planning and reporting
  • Identify, develop, manage, and monitor all programs, activities, and resources to meet the ongoing needs of members and partners
  • Provide strategic counsel and administrative support to the Board of Directors, ensuring that all activities of the association are in accordance with the governance structure, policies, and procedures of the Board
  • Ensure WSWC’s governance structures, policies and procedures are reviewed and updated regularly
  • Manage all legal and contractual agreements on behalf of the association
  • Manage the development of the sport from grassroots to high performance through the administration and management of national team programming, the long-term athlete development matrix, coaching and officiating pathways
  • Provide strategic leadership and management of issues, risk, and safe sport
  • Communicate, collaborate, build, and nurture relationships with key stakeholders at the international, national, provincial, and regional level, including Sport Canada
  • Advocate on behalf of towed water sports in Canada on towed water sports safety, waterway access, wake management and responsible boating
  • Keep abreast of emerging issues of significance
  • Act as the spokesperson for WSWC
  • Serve as ambassador for WSWC to relevant organizations in Canada and internationally
  • Perform other such duties as directed by the Board of Directors

 

The Candidate

Qualifications & Experience

  • University Degree, College Diploma or equivalent professional experience
  • 3-5 years proven senior leadership experience, preferably with non-profit management experience
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Sport system at the international, national and provincial level
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in all aspects of operational management including financial, human resources, communications, program and partnership management, marketing, revenue generation and operational oversight

Skills, Knowledge & Competencies

  • Experience in progressive leadership roles within a not-for-profit sport organization and exposure working with a volunteer Board of Directors in a governance structure.
  • Strong understanding of the management of sport organizations
  • Experience managing a Sport Canada funded national sport organization would be considered an asset
  • Experience in fund development and generation
  • Ability to think strategically, set priorities and set plans to achieve goals
  • Experience balancing a wide spectrum of expectations, objectives, and stakeholders
  • Strong interpersonal and team building skills – sound leadership, staff management and team building skills
  • Inclusive, adaptable and collaborative leader with a natural ability to build and manage relationships with a diverse array of stakeholders (internal & external)
    • Mature sense of diplomacy and people management skills
    • Politically and culturally sensitive
  • Strong communication skills
  • Confident and comfortable as the face of an organization with a proven ability to communicate effectively
  • Proficient in the use of digital technology (Gmail, Google Drive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Teams, Zoom)

Requirements

  • Must be eligible to work in Canada
  • Must be able to meet all requirements for International travel
  • Must have a valid driver’s license

 

How to Apply

Apply in confidence by sending your cover letter and resume by email.

Deadline for Applications:  February 20, 2023

Email:      careers@wswc.ca

Subject:  Executive Director – <INSERT FIRST & LAST NAME>

While we thank all applicants for their interest only those selected for an interview will be contacted, beyond receiving acknowledgement of receipt of their application.

Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada is committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, creed, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status or disability.  We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, but only short-listed candidates will be interviewed.

This position is supported by funding from Sport Canada.

For more information on Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada, please visit www.wswc.ca

 

UPDATE FROM WSWC, CEO, JASMINE NORTHCOTT

Hello & Happy New Year!

WSWC just wrapped up our last Team Canada event of 2022 with the Water Ski Team who finished 2nd at the U17 Worlds in Chile in early January! 2022 was a very successful year of competition across all our Sports and we are very proud of our Team Canada athletes who excelled both on and off the water! 2022 also marked another great season of activity with our clubs, schools, and events at both the regional and national level – all supported by a wonderful, towed water sports community who work hard behind the scenes to support the Sport year in year out – thank you!

2023 is shaping up to be another great year – but one that will mark change for the organization. I am writing to share with you that I have given the WSWC Board of Directors notice of my resignation as Chief Executive Officer, effective the end of February.

This community welcomed me into the fold in March 2015 and I am thankful for all the wonderful individuals I have had the privilege to work for and with during that time. I have truly enjoyed my time with WSWC, and I am honoured to have been in service to our athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, and supporters – it really is the sense of community that I loved the most as this Sport naturally brings people together.

2023 for me personally will be marked by a new chapter as I transition into the role of Executive Director with the Shooting Federation of Canada, the National Sport Organization for the Olympic and Paralympic disciplines of target shooting; and the national governing body responsible for the promotion, development and governance of organized, recreational, and competitive target shooting in and for Canada.

While one could argue that change is hard – I see this as an opportunity for growth for the association. WSWC is on solid footing supported by very competent and professional staff who are excellent at what they do and a committed, caring, and skilled Board of Directors who will be working hard over the next several months to recruit for a new senior leader for the organization – stay tuned as the position of Executive Director will be posted shortly.

While I will be working with our staff, Board, Sport Councils and Committees to ensure a smooth transition as I close down my desk between now and the end of February, I am confident WSWC is in good hands.

I want to thank you for all that you do in support of towed water sports! Whether it is enjoying the sport with family and friends; pursuing excellence as an athlete; cheering from the shore; coaching, officiating, volunteering; or simply being a champion of the Sport – you matter, and we thank you! I wish the community a wonderful 2023 and thank you for making my tenure with WSWC a great one!

Yours in sport,

Jasmine

Jasmine@wswc.ca

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 2022 SPORT COUNCILS ELECTION

Nominations are now open for any interested person to apply for the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) Sport Councils. WSWC recognizes the following five Sport Councils:

  • Adaptive
  • Barefoot
  • Show Ski
  • Wake Sports (Wakeboard, Wake Park, Wakesurf, Wakeskate)
  • Water Ski

The Sport Councils of WSWC represent the stakeholders of each of the five identified sports. The role of the Sport Councils is to support and advance the growth and progression of their sports while staying true to their sport culture.

Developed in consultation with the Sport Councils, the Sport Council Terms of Reference, outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Sport Councils and provides an overarching framework for how the Sport Councils operate within WSWC, in an effort to increase transparency, accountability and engagement. A key component of implementation of the Sport Council Terms of Reference was the restructuring of the Sport Councils to include appointed and elected positions.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

CLICK HERE TO NOMINATE TODAY

 

Election Timeline

September 22nd – The nomination process opens.
October 24th- Nominations close
October 31st- Elections begin.
October 31st-November 7th – Voting Period
November 14th- Election results announced and published.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

Deadline: October 3, 2022

Join the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada Board of Directors

Have you ever thought about how you can contribute to the growth of towed water sports in Canada? If yes, WSWC has an opportunity for you!

WSWC is inviting all interested persons to apply for nomination to the WSWC Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted thru to October 3rd, 2022 and the election will take place at the WSWC Annual General Meeting on October 12, 2022 at 8pm ET by webinar.

There are two (2)  at-large director positions up for election and a director’s term is for two (2) years.

To learn more about WSWC, the role of Directors and how to nominate, please see:

-About WSWC: CLICK HERE

-WSWC Board Roles and Responsibilities: CLICK HERE

-Nominations Application: CLICK HERE

-Electoral Policy: CLICK HERE

-Women on Boards: A Guide to Getting Involved (CAAWS): CLICK HERE

 

Deadline for Nominations: October 3, 2022

For more information, please contact:
Jasmine Northcott, Chief Executive Officer
Toll Free 1-888-526-0685
jasmine@wswc.ca

2021 WATER SKI & WAKEBOARD CANADA AWARDS – NOMINATE TODAY

Click HERE to nominate today!

It’s that time of year again to celebrate the people who make a difference in our sport, recognize outstanding achievements and celebrate the success of our members!

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada believe in supporting excellence by recognizing exceptional performances of our athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers.

The objectives of  these awards are:

· To honor the best representatives of our sport
· Stimulate our representatives in the pursuit of excellence
· To favour the visibility of excellence throughout the country
· To create a link of our excellence with our sponsors and the public

Nominations are open to WSWC members (individuals, clubs, schools, and provincial associations). All individual nominees must be WSWC members in good standing and Canadian citizens. Nominations for each award must be made by any two WSWC members in good standing.

The award categories are:

Male Water Ski Athlete of the Year
Female Water Ski Athlete of the Year
Junior Water Ski Athlete of the year (female or male)
Top Barefoot Athlete of the Year (female or male)
Junior Barefoot Athlete of the Year (female or male)
Top Adaptive Athlete of the Year (female or male)
Top Show Ski Athlete of the Year (female or male)
Steve Bush Coach of the Year (amongst all disciplines)
Official of the Year (amongst all disciplines)
Volunteer of the Year (amongst all disciplines)
Please Note:
*Wake awards will be administered by the Wake Committee at a later date
** The Province of the Year award will not be recognized this year.

Click HERE to nominate today!

For criteria click  HERE

Please complete the nomination form in full. Should you have any questions, please contact:
EMAIL:  Info@wswc.ca
PHONE:  (888) 526-0685×110.

Deadline for Nominations: January 31, 2022

NOTE: Nominations are kept confidential and only reviewed by Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada and Selection Committee members.

Congratulations again to the 2020 recipients

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 2021 SPORT COUNCILS ELECTION

Nominations are now open for any interested person to apply for the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) Sport Councils. WSWC recognizes the following five Sport Councils:

  • Adaptive
  • Barefoot (no election in 2021)
  • Show Ski (no election in 2021)
  • Wake Sports (Wakeboard, Wake Park, Wakesurf, Wakeskate)
  • Water Ski

The Sport Councils of WSWC represent the stakeholders of each of the five identified sports. The role of the Sport Councils is to support and advance the growth and progression of their sports while staying true to their sport culture.

Developed in consultation with the Sport Councils, the Sport Council Terms of Reference, outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Sport Councils and provides an overarching framework for how the Sport Councils operate within WSWC, in an effort to increase transparency, accountability and engagement. A key component of implementation of the Sport Council Terms of Reference was the restructuring of the Sport Councils to include appointed and elected positions.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

CLICK HERE TO NOMINATE TODAY

Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada – Sport Council Elections Process

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) recognizes the following five sport Councils:

-Adaptive
-Barefoot
-Show Ski
-Wake Sports (Wakeboard, Wake Park, Wakesurf, Wakeskate)
-Water Ski

The role of the Councils is to support and advance the growth and progression of the sport. The WSWC Sport Council Terms of Reference, outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Sport Councils and provides an overarching framework for how the Sport Councils operate within WSWC. Each of the Sport Councils include appointed and elected positions. The elected positions are open to nomination from the membership of Water Ski & Wakeboard Canada. Appointed positions are to be filled as determined by the Sport Councils. All Sport Council positions are for a term of two (2) years.

The Sport Councils composition are as follows:

As per the Sport Council Terms of Reference, those eligible to vote for the Council elections will be those individuals (18 years of age and older) with a full individual or family membership type with their Provincial Sport Organization, who have identified the sport as their primary discipline and are registered in the WSWC membership platform. Individuals with event memberships will not be eligible to vote in the Sport Council elections.

 

Nominations

Nomination Guidelines:

-Nominees must be nominated by a current full individual or family member in good standing with their Provincial Sport Organization. Event members are not eligible to make nominations.
-Nominations must be made through the online nomination form, as distributed by WSWC.
-Nomination form must be completed in full and include a jpeg photo of the nominee.
-The Nomination process will be open for a minimum of two weeks.
-Required Nomination Information is outlined in Appendix 1 (below).

Eligibility Criteria

-Nominees must be a current full individual or family member in good standing with their Provincial Sport Organization. Event members are not eligible for nomination.
-Nominees must be a minimum of 18 years of age.
-Nominees must have the capacity under law to contract.

Nominee Expectations

It is expected of the nominees that they will:

-Be willing to serve on the WSWC Sport Council, if elected.
-Have read and understood the WSWC Policy Acknowledgement Form, which you will be required to sign, if elected.
-Have read, understood and agree to the terms as outlined in the WSWC Sport Council Terms of Reference, which you will be required to sign, if elected.
-Will complete Respect Group Maltreatment (Abuse & Harassment) training as requested, if elected.

Public Notifications

-WSWC will publicly publish the names and bios of all eligible Nominees upon receipt of fully and properly completed Nomination forms.
-The public notifications will be made through WSWC social media and websites.

 

Election Process

Notification

-An email will be sent to all full individual and family members in the WSWC membership platform two weeks prior to the opening of Nominations for elections.
-An email will be sent to all full individual and family members in the WSWC membership platform on the opening day of Nominations.
-WSWC will post public notifications through it’s social media outlets and on WSWC websites announcing the opening of the Nominations process.
-An email will be sent to all full individual and family members in the WSWC membership platform on the opening day of the Voting period.
-WSWC will post public notifications through it’s social media outlets and on WSWC websites announcing the opening of the Voting process.

Voting

-All voting will be conducted online via a secure voting platform provided by WSWC.
-The voting platform will provide a list of the Nominees for each Sport Council and any biographical information provided.
-All full individual and family members in the WSWC membership platform will be eligible for one vote for the Sport Council corresponding to that individuals identified primary discipline in the platform.
-The voting period will commence within one week of the closing of Nominations and will remain open for a period of two (2) weeks.
-Votes will be tabulated by WSWC staff.
-Election results will be announced and published within 5 days of the closing of the polls.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN

UPDATE: NOMINATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 13TH, 2021

Join the Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada Board of Directors

Have you ever thought about how you can contribute to the growth of towed water sports in Canada? If yes, WSWC has an opportunity for you!

WSWC is inviting all interested persons to apply for nomination to the WSWC Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted thru to October 13th, 2021 and the election will take place at the WSWC Annual General Meeting on October 27, 2021 at 8pm ET by webinar.

There are four (4) at-large director positions up for election and a director’s term is for two (2) years.

To learn more about WSWC, the role of Directors and how to nominate, please see:

-About WSWC: CLICK HERE

-WSWC Board Roles and Responsibilities: CLICK HERE

-Nominations Application: CLICK HERE

-Electoral Policy: CLICK HERE

-Women on Boards: A Guide to Getting Involved (CAAWS): CLICK HERE

 

Deadline for Nominations: October 11, 2021

For more information, please contact:
Jasmine Northcott, Chief Executive Officer
Toll Free 1-888-526-0685
jasmine@wswc.ca