Canadian dragon boat racers Leslie Bailey & Judy Vye win gold in Club Crew World Dragon Boat Championships in Hungary | https://t.co/FJyLbVArbd https://t.co/tydam8oR7H

Canadian dragon boat racers Leslie Bailey & Judy Vye win gold in Club Crew World Dragon Boat Championships in Hungary | https://t.co/FJyLbVArbd https://t.co/tydam8oR7H — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) August 19, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada Advertisements

Canadian brand Beau Lake designs a luxury paddleboat styled like a classic runabout – Robb Report https://t.co/hdgnHHI7sw

Canadian brand Beau Lake designs a luxury paddleboat styled like a classic runabout – Robb Report https://t.co/hdgnHHI7sw — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) August 15, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

RT @invspecies: In Ontario, it is illegal to buy, sell, or possess live Asian carps. Conservation officers spend approximately 2,000 hours a year on inspections, covering dozens of wholesale and import companies that work through more than a thousand different locations. https://t.co/7n04CWO5f9

In Ontario, it is illegal to buy, sell, or possess live Asian carps. Conservation officers spend approximately 2,000 hours a year on inspections, covering dozens of wholesale and import companies that work through more than a thousand different locations. pic.twitter.com/7n04CWO5f9 — Invading Species (@invspecies) August 15, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

More than 65% of the 100,000 new and used #boats sold in Canada each year (NMMA) are imported from the United States. A recent 10% tariff imposed on imported U.S. boats (new and used) will affect most boat buyers. Pat’s Boating in Canada: Importing a Boat https://t.co/fUe11ZTg4h

More than 65% of the 100,000 new and used #boats sold in Canada each year (NMMA) are imported from the United States. A recent 10% tariff imposed on imported U.S. boats (new and used) will affect most boat buyers. Pat's Boating in Canada: Importing a Boat https://t.co/fUe11ZTg4h — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) August 11, 2018 … More More than 65% of the 100,000 new and used #boats sold in Canada each year (NMMA) are imported from the United States. A recent 10% tariff imposed on imported U.S. boats (new and used) will affect most boat buyers. Pat’s Boating in Canada: Importing a Boat https://t.co/fUe11ZTg4h

Do you know what *16 means? If you’re in a boat this weekend….. | https://t.co/r3QWuiePCh https://t.co/aImZvgIve0

Do you know what *16 means? If you’re in a boat this weekend….. | https://t.co/r3QWuiePCh https://t.co/aImZvgIve0 — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) August 4, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

Video shows orca dragging unoccupied sailboat by its anchor line into another boat in Comox Harbor, BC | Daily Mail Online https://t.co/Cgs1QvLXc8

Video shows orca dragging unoccupied sailboat by its anchor line into another boat in Comox Harbor, BC | Daily Mail Online https://t.co/Cgs1QvLXc8 — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) August 2, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

Operation dry water takes effect this weekend – Boat sober. Alcohol is involved in 40% of boating-related fatalities in Canada ¦ https://t.co/yoqQddlP4s. https://t.co/RepqSaWCn6

Operation dry water takes effect this weekend – Boat sober. Alcohol is involved in 40% of boating-related fatalities in Canada ¦ https://t.co/yoqQddlP4s. https://t.co/RepqSaWCn6 — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) July 31, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada

B.C. firefighters repeatedly impeded by recreational boaters on Okanagan Lake | National Post https://t.co/fNalCRezpr

B.C. firefighters repeatedly impeded by recreational boaters on Okanagan Lake | National Post https://t.co/fNalCRezpr — Boating in Canada (@BoatingInCanada) July 30, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js via https://twitter.com/BoatingInCanada