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  • November 20, 2021 4:09 PM | Phil (Administrator)

    November 17th 2021 we have had our AGM Meeting and for the first time in 2 years it was an in-person meeting at out space in the Maritime Museum. We have elected a new executive for the new season and looking forward to a great season of racing. 

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    November 19, 2020 6:00 PM | Anonymous

    Our AGM is November 19, 2020 via ZOOM.  A ZOOM link will be sent to members soon.  In the meantime let us know if you or anyone you know would like to contribute to the club by being on the executive.  

  • January 11, 2020 7:30 PM | Jason (Administrator)

    Our friends with the M242 Fleet have extended an invitation to all sailors interested in competitive One-Design racing to attend their upcoming info night on March the 11th at 19:00hrs.

    Please see the attached document for more information and links!

    M242 Racing 2020 Info Nite - Press Release.docx

    Cheers and happy sailing,

    The Crew at TCYC

  • November 15, 2018 4:29 PM | Frank (Administrator)

    Hey - We had a wonder full AGM last week and elected a great slate of officers. Who are they:

    Commodore: Jo-Ann Heinz
    Vice Commodore: Lois MacDonald
    Rear Commodore: Doug Parker
    Fleet Captain: Frank Rogers
    Treasurer: Phil DeGeller
    General Directors: Achilles Dolhaine, Simon Hill,
    Past Commodore: Harry Pratt
    Secretary: Sarah Rosenthal
    Social Director: - Harry Pratt

    A big thanks to all for agreeing to serve, keeping this proud club alive!

  • March 10, 2017 10:47 AM | Frank (Administrator)

    Hey - Did we we forgot to tell you that we elected a great slate of officers at our AGM back in November? Who they are:

    Commodore: Harry Pratt
    Vice Commodore: Kathy Kushner
    Rear Commodore: Lois MacDonald
    Fleet Captain: Frank Rogers
    Treasurer: Phil DeGellar
    General Directors: Jo-Ann Heinz, Simon Hill, Curtis Wensley
    Past Commodore: Achilles Dolhaine
    Secretary: Cecilia Wong
    Social Director: - Gerry Heinz

    A big thanks to all for agreeing to serve, keeping this proud club alive!

  • February 28, 2016 8:30 AM | Anonymous


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  • November 23, 2013 10:04 AM | Anonymous
    Lighthouses are perhaps the most iconic structure in Atlantic Canada and are featured on countless road signs, logos, and postcards. These amazing structures have illuminated Nova Scotia shorelines for hundreds of years guiding generations of sailors and fisherman safely home. They stand as a modern day reminder of our rich maritime history and for many coastal communities they now also provide opportunities for the future. Nova Scotia boasts more lighthouses than any other province – 160 in total – but scores of them may soon disappear forever.

    The Federal Government has declared dozens of these lights "surplus" and given a deadline of 2015 to find a new caretaker or they will be destroyed. This isn't the first time that lighthouses have been under threat. In the 1980's, the light at Peggy's Cove - Nova Scotia's most photographed lighthouse - was scheduled to be demolished. The massive public outcry from across the country forced the Federal Government to back down but now the oldest lighthouse in all of the America's in Sambro faces the same threat. Lighthouses is a half hour documentary that sheds light on the history of lighthouses and the important role that they continue to play today as a living link to Canada's seafaring past.

    The film visits lighthouses in Liverpool, Isle Madame, and Sambro to reveal how the local community groups are finding innovative ways to keep these historic lights burning bright. Lighthouses was written and directed by award-winning Halifax filmmaker John Rosborough (Whale Rescue) and produced by Edward Peill from Halifax-based Tell Tale Productions Inc. “One of the central stories that unfolded while filming was the community of Sambro and their petition to restore federal funding to North American’s oldest working lighthouse,” says writer/director John Rosborough. “Capturing this coastal village’s struggle on camera was an amazing opportunity to experience an incredibly small-but-mighty community fighting passionately to save something very important to their identity.”

    Lighthouses will have its world broadcast premiere on CBC Television’s Land &; Sea on Sunday, November 24, 2013 at 12 Noon. Following the broadcast, the documentary can be watched on the CBC TV website at:
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