Newsletter #29/2021

Fees for the 2021-22 season unchanged.

The registration season is starting with good news!
Registration fees for swimmers and coaches remain unchanged again this year for both Swimming NB and Swimming Canada. Splash fees also remain unchanged. The Board had planned to increase these fees (unchanged for a long time) in 2019-20 but this increase was postponed.

We hope that these two measures will help recruitment and help clubs to rebuild after the pandemic.

National competition

Swimming Canada has announced the 2021-2022 event dates and locations. The Canadian Junior and Senior Swimming Championships will be a single event replacing the Canadian Junior and Canadian Swimming Championships in 2022 and 2024

The calendar is available on this link:

Open Water Swimming Official Clinics

The Level 3 officials clinic for open water swimming is now available on the Swimming Canada website.

The Jump Start Sport Relief Fund Grant

Intake 3 applications are open to August 1, 2021. The Fund has two funding streams: Operational and Programming Support. Qualified organizations may apply for either stream or both. For more details regarding eligibility and application go to:

Summer Swimming

Moonshine Endurance is hosting 2 endurance events this summer, raising funds to build community for children in third world countries. As they are getting close to the registration deadline, they are willing to waive registration fees if needed. There are lots of prizes and giveaways and it’s sure to be a great time!
If you are interested in participating (no biking or swimming experience required)., please contact them at:
or check out their website – ou consultez leur site web :

Best regards,

Marwen Ghali & Landen MacDonald