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EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN TRAINING Do you have an emergency action plan in case a participant gets injured during practice or a competition? It’s an important part of ongoing risk management and the Coaching Association of Canada has training available for all. After this training, you can describe the importance of an emergency action plan (EAP), identify when to activate the EAP, and create a detailed EAP that includes all important information.  

To complete or learn more about the module, click HERE.

The registration process for the 2023 Canadian Outdoor Championships is now open! 3D is happening in Cranbrook from August 4 to 7, while field & target are in Victoria from August 8-9 and 9-12, respectively!
Note: there are some format changes in the 3D Outdoor Championships, so be sure to read up on them when you register!

To register for the Canadian Outdoor Championships, click HERE.
To read about the format and rule changes, click HERE.

At the first stage of the 2023 World Cup in Antalya, the Canadian archers got to try out their skills on international soil for the first time this year. Eric Peters made it to the quarterfinals in the individual men’s competition, which included a win over the current Olympic champion!
To see all of our coverage from this event, click HERE

Message from the Canadian Archery Foundation

The Canadian Archery Foundation is the philanthropic program of Archery Canada and is not a separate entity. It was established in August 2009 to oversee the development and administration of a separate fund in support of archery, and to reduce the overall reliance on government funding. Archery Canada is a Registered Amateur Athletic Association under Charitable Registration #119390821RR0001. Gifts to the Canadian Archery Foundation/Archery Canada are considered charitable and tax receipts will be issued.


Does your employer have a Matching Gift program?

Matching gifts are a type of corporate philanthropy program where companies match donations made by their employees to eligible non-profit organizations. The goal of this program is to encourage employees to support charitable causes and amplify the impact of their donations.
Here’s how it typically works: an employee donates to a non-profit organization and submits a matching gift request to their employer. The company then reviews the request to ensure that the non-profit is eligible for the program and that the donation meets the program’s criteria. If approved, the company matches the donation with a contribution of their own, typically dollar-for-dollar up to a certain limit.

Matching gift programs can benefit both non-profits and corporations. Non-profits receive additional funding for their programs and services, while corporations are able to demonstrate their commitment to corporate social responsibility and increase employee engagement and satisfaction. In addition, matching gift programs also help to create a culture of philanthropy within the workplace.


Hyundai extends WA partnership through 2025

Hyundai Motor Company has secured naming rights for World Archery’s premier international events for the next three years, bringing it to 2025. This includes the World Cup, both stages and the finale, as well as the World Archery Championships. They have also been named as World Archery’s first sustainability partner.
To read World Archery’s press release, click HERE.

Archery Canada has adapted its recurve development programming to identify, develop and invest in young archers, as it looks towards future World Championships at the senior and youth levels. It’s now called the NextGen program.
To read more, click HERE.

With outdoor season comes the wind! This article on Archery360 by Canadian Crispin Duenas describes how to deal with the wind after spending the winter months shooting indoors. It’s a skill that you can learn with lots of work!   

To read the article, click HERE.

The two Canada Cups are happening in June and registration for both is open! Canada Cup West is taking place in Prince Albert from June 9 to 11; Canada Cup East is happening two weeks later, in Laval, QC from June 23 to 25.
To register for Canada Cup West, click HERE.
To register for Canada Cup East, click HERE.

Volunteer for the 2023 Field & Outdoor Target Championships!

If you live on Vancouver Island and you would like to volunteer with the 2023 Field & Outdoor Target Championships, now’s the time! Archery Canada relies heavily on our volunteers to help run programs and events and the National Championships are no exception! Whether it’s help with registration, merchandise, or scoring, we appreciate all the help we receive.
Would you like to volunteer? Click HERE.

RBC Olympians Program

The RBC Olympians Program is a national initiative that supports Canadian Olympic and Para athletes through different stages of their athletic careers. It provides financial support, opportunities for personal brand exposures, professional skills development, and more.
To apply, click HERE.
For more information, click HERE.

Get involved with Archery Canada’s Committees

Archery Canada is looking for volunteers for multiple committees, including their new Governance Committee, for which you can read the Terms of Reference HERE

Governance – seeking a volunteer who has legal or governance training
Finance, Audit and Risk – seeking a volunteer with accounting background
Marketing and Communication – seeking a volunteer with marketing experience and content creators
Rules – seeking an individual who is familiar with recurve target archery and an individual who is familiar with 3D archery (WA, IBO, ASA)
Would you like to volunteer? Click HERE.

Annual Comp-Dev Coaching Course

The Archery Canada Coaching Committee will hold annually, in October or November each year, a Competition Development VIRTUAL training course, open to coaches nationally. To participate in the course, there are some modules that candidates must complete prior to complete.
At this point, we are taking names on a waitlist, which doesn’t mean that you are registered. To put your name on a waitlist, click HERE.

2023 National Tournaments
Canada Cup West – Jun 9-11(Prince Albert, SK)
Canada Cup East – Jun 23-25(Laval, QC)
3D, Field, Target Outdoor Canadian Championships – Aug 4-13 (3D in Cranbrook, BC, Field & Target in Victoria, BC)

2023 International Tournaments
World Cup Stage 2 – May 16-21 (Shanghai, CN)
World Cup Stage 3 – Jun 13-18 (Medellin, CO)
World Archery Youth Championships – Jul 1-9 (Limerick, IE)
World Archery Para Championships – Jul 17-23 (Pilsen, CZ)
World Archery Championships – Jul 31-Aug 6 (Berlin, DE)
World Cup Stage 4 – Aug 15-20 (Paris, FR)
Pan American Games – Nov 1-5 (Santiago, CL)
Pan Am Field Championships – Nov 8-12 (Iguazú, AR)
Parapan American Games – Nov 19-22 (Santiago, CL)

Visit World Archery for a listing of all major international events!

We use Interpodia as our membership system. You can purchase your provincial and national memberships in one transaction on the system. Some organizations will also use it to manage registration for events. If you need some assistance with using the system, check out our Interpodia Resource page, click HERE to see it.

Have you registered for Perkopolis yet?

Archery Canada members have access to great rewards as part of Perkopolis, including MEDOC Travel Insurance (one annual insurance plan) that comes with: emergency medical coverage (Including coverage for eligible COVID-19 related medical emergencies), trip cancellation, interruption, delay coverage (excluding COVID-19), baggage protection, vehicle return and pet return!

Register with Perkopolis by downloading these simple instructions and start saving today! Remember to register using ARCHERY and your member number e.g. ARCHERYON7000. Once you have registered through your PTSO portal, note your membership number will become active with Perkopolis within 14 business days. Should you have any difficulty, please contact