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Jaymie-Lyne Hancock
National President MADD Canada
Jaymie-Lyne Hancock is the current National President of MADD Canada. When her brother DJ was killed by an impaired driver in 2014 at just 18 years old, Jaymie-Lyne made it her mission to be a voice for victims, who like her brother, have been silenced by this senseless crime. Outside of her duties at MADD Canada, Jaymie-Lyne is a Nurse Practitioner in her hometown of Sudbury, Ontario.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Jaymie-Lyne Hancock
National President MADD Canada
705-623-3148
nationalpresident@madd.ca
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Stephanie Rankine
Canadian Safe Boating Council, National Spokesperson
Stephanie, a yoga teacher, adventure guide and outdoor enthusiast, loves inspiring and encouraging fellow Canadians to get outside, stay active and explore Canada’s many natural wonders and waterways. As an avid paddler, Stephanie partners with the CSBC to actively promote how to stay safe and have fun while on the water.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Stephanie Rankine - CSBC
289-338-5248
steph.rankine@gmail.com
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Michelle McShane
Executive Director Paddle Canada
Introduced to canoeing at a young age, Michelle has made a life and career around paddling. From guiding canoe trips in Algonquin Park, to teaching kayaking and stand-up paddling to beginners on Lake Ontario, she is now the Executive Director of Paddle Canada. When not working in the paddlesport industry, she's on the water paddling with her family.
CONTACT INFORMATION
Michelle McShane - Paddle Canada

michelle@paddlecanada.com
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COMING SOON!
Watch for the Weather to Boat App later this season.

This free App from the CSBC will be your one stop shop for boating. In addition to up-to-date marine and local weather forecasts, it also provides lots of information that will help you enjoy your boating experience even more. File an electronic trip plan with emergency contact alerting, check on the safety equipment required for your vessel, enhance your boating knowledge with boating safety tips and videos, find geo-referenced marinas and boat launches close to you and much more. Let the new Weather to Boat App help you decide whether to boat and keep tabs on the weather while you are out.

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