Denys Lawrence

Denys Lawrence

National President
Pacific Region

Hello CANSI members,

I am happy to announce that our new website is ready for you to visit!

As of October 28th, I invite everyone to log in to cansi.ca and renew your membership for the upcoming season.

The first time that you log in to the new site, click on FORGOT MY PASSWORD and enter your email address (the one this note was sent to). We will send you an email that will allow you to create a new secure password. You can then log in using your email address as your user name and the new password that you created. You’ll be able to change your user name and/or password after you log in. If you do not receive an email allowing you to create a new password, please check your spam folder.

This release is just the first phase of our website relaunch. We are uploading content and populating the site on a daily basis, and I think you’ll be impressed with what you see. Please be patient for the release of courses. All courses will be posted as regions complete scheduling them.

Once you’ve logged in to the new site, click on the three bars at the top left of the page – and the three icons along the bottom – to check out articles and information available only to members.

If you are a dual CANSI/CSIA member and you paid your annual dues through the CSIA before October 17, our system will reflect that. If you pay through the CSIA after October 17, we’ll update the information weekly (and eventually immediately).

Many thanks to Garry Almond and his crew for the hard work they have put in to make this website happen.

On another front, Shane Landreville and his team are busy working on an updated manual, the CANSI Technical and Teaching Guidebook, to be released later this fall.

Finally, national board members are working on a series of guidelines for you to follow in this time of COVID-19. We hope that these guidelines, in conjunction with the policies of your local area, will act as a roadmap to follow during these interesting times. Please stay tuned for more.

Are you getting in shape for the winter yet? Snow is coming!

Denys

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