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In 2019, Rowing Canada selected the Municipality of North Cowichan’s proposal to build its first-ever purpose-built National Training Centre on Quamichan Lake. This new facility and the waters of Quamichan Lake will provide a world-leading environment for all future Canadian rowing teams as they prepare and strive for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Rowing Canada’s decision regarding a permanent long-term location on the lake for its National Training Centre has yet to be decided, but a short-term solution between the Duncan Community Lodge and Rowing Canada is moving forward.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has had a profound impact on the world around us, including the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games. These challenges have led to significant delays in Rowing Canada's timeline for relocation to Quamichan Lake. The Duncan Community Lodge location offers many benefits and opportunities as the national team prepares for the rescheduled Olympics and Paralympics in the summer of 2021.
We would like to hear from the neighbours closest to the Duncan Community Lodge. We invite you to attend an online information session to share more information with you and discuss your questions. This meeting is intended for those neighbours located nearest to the Duncan Community Lodge, and other key stakeholders.
|Date & Time||Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 7:00 PM|
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For attendees joining by telephone, dial the toll-free number:
1-844-426-4405. The Meeting ID is: 133 656 6388