A CELEBRATION OF CANADIAN RESPECT FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH
FGPC paddlers have adapted to the closure of crew sports, including much-loved outrigger and dragon boat training, in a manner that respects the leadership of Canadian health authorities and that values the seriousness of our individual responsibilities for the health of our community.
Athletes of all kinds across Vancouver Island feel a duty of care to each other, and to health care professionals and essential service workers who make Canada a country worth living for.
Over two short minutes, viewers can join a group of 10 paddlers as they practice FGPC’s variation on Dr Henry’s call for unity. “Be safe. Be healthy. Be kind.”