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Updated: Covid FAQ’s For BC Bowls Clubs

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26
Mar
2021

New Information Received From Bowls Canada regarding the 2021 Season.

Hello Bowls BC Board of Management:

Lynn recently attended a Bowls Canada hosted Webinex put on by the Bowls Canada lawyer.  It was basically identical to the Webinex that the same lawyer held last year.  I reviewed the Webinex the other day. There.

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Second Intake For Local Sport Relief Fund

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13
Mar
2021

Vancouver, B.C.  As organizations in the B.C. sport community continue to feel the effects of COVID-19, the Province of B.C., together with the Government of Canada, are pleased to announce that just over $1,000,000 of funding will be available to applicants in a second intake of the Local Sport Relief Fund (LSRF). The LSRF is.

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Bowls Canada Announces Cancellation of 2021 National Championships

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08
Mar
2021

Ottawa (ON) | March 4th, 2021 In consideration of the impact of the COVID-19 virus and in line with advice from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), the Bowls Canada Board has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 National Championships. This decision aligns with World Bowls’ decision to cancel the 2021 World Championships.

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Updates To Province Wide Restrictions

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05
Feb
2021

On February 5, the Office of the Public Health Officer extended this Order. The Province of B.C. will continue to monitor the data on COVID-19 transmission to plan for an easing of restrictions. For full details, visit the Province of British Columbia's of Province-wide restrictions page. For more information about B.C.'s Return to Sport, see our  Read more

Local Sport Relief Fund: now open for applications

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21
Sep
2020

viaSport and the Province of B.C. are pleased to announce that the Local Sport Relief Fund is now open and accepting applications from eligible organizations until October 16, 2020. The B.C. sport community is making a comeback from COVID-19, but not without its challenges. For many non-profit sport organizations, lost revenues have threatened their ability to.

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Bowls BC Phase 2 Bowling BC

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12
Jul
2020

Bowls BC is aware that many of our clubs have a desire to start inter-club (in-house) competitions.  These competitions are classified as Phase 2 bowling by Bowls BC and viaSport and Phase 3 bowling by Bowls Canada.  Please see the below chart for a comparison of terminology between Bowls BC/viaSport and Bowls Canada.

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Women in Coaching 2020-2021

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02
Jul
2020

In collaboration with the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC), Bowls Canada Boulingrin is pleased to offer five grants of $200 to eligible women coaches. These grants are intended to encourage women bowls coaches to further their.

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Update: Club Insurance Situation

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25
May
2020

With COVID-19 and the Contagion Exclusion of our proposed renewal insurance, we believed that it is very important to inform you of the status of our present insurance coverage and our plans for the new policy commencing  on May 31st.  As you are aware our present insurance is valid until May 31st.  Our.

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COVID-19 & The Resumption of Lawn Bowling

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11
May
2020

Board executives at the National, Provincial and District levels are working in coordination with their respective National and Provincial agencies to plan for the resumption of lawn bowling. In BC coordination and control is through the provincial agency for amateur sport, ViaSport. Resumption of play will be in three phases:

  • Phase 1 – practice and player development;
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