Policies
Quick Info

Training Staff -2019

 

Instructors

 

Jack Purchase - Master Instructor,Training Director

Raimund Krob - Instructor

Lauren O'Keeffe - Instructor

 

Adrian Van Vroehoven - Instructor

 

 

Nancy Olmsted - Instructor

Helen Bertolini Saari - Instructor

 

Divemasters

 

Rick Le Blanc - Divemaster DSD

 

Nora Mark - Divemaster DSD

 

Darrell Grainger - Divemaster DSD

Mike Lavigne - Divemaster DSD

Owen Jones - Divemaster DSD

LeeAnn - DSD

 

Pioneer Village by Lamplight

Date: December 7th, 2019

Time: 6-9:30pm

Location: Black Creek Pioneer Village, 1000 Murray Ross Pkwy, North York, ON M3J 2P3

Price: Program Only: $24.95 - $29.95 | Program + Dinner: $60.25 - $86.25

 

Description: 

Enjoy the wonder of a Victorian Christmas as Black Creek Pioneer Village is transformed by the glow of lamps and lanterns, flickering candles and cozy fireplaces. Explore the Village and sample festive foods like mulled cider, gingerbread cookies and chestnuts roasted on an open fire. Enjoy seasonal music and performances. Behind every door is something new to discover and delight in!

Epicure Event

Date: October 18th, 2019

Time: 6:30pm

Location: 41 Pepper Tree, Toronto (Nora and Jack's home)

Price: $10.00 per person

 

Description: 

 

Cooking Class!

 

Our products are 100% gluten free and Epicure is a nut-free facility. We are sugar and sodium conscious. Many products are Kosher Check certified.

Over 90% of our products are Non-GMO Project Verified and the list is still growing! Epicure globally sources only non-irradiated ingredients.

You won’t find things like high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, artificial colours, and gluten in any of our products. Our recipes utilize whole, real foods, not processed alternatives, and many products are low or no-sodium.

Food produced from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have had their DNA artificially modified through methods that could never occur in nature. Studies connect GMOs to health problems and environmental damage. In fact, most developed nations consider GMOs to be unsafe. That’s why more than 90% of Epicure products are Non-GMO Project Verified—and the list is GROWING. Epicure is a trailblazer in the Direct Sales Industry as one of the first companies to register with the project.

 

Buddy Line Summer 2019

Please click here to read to summer version, 2019

May 2019 General Meeting Minutes

Please click here to read the minutes of the May 2019 General Meeting

Executive Meeting minutes for May 7, 2019

Please click here to read the minutes of the May 7th, 2019 Executive Meeting

Buddy Line Spring 2019

Please click here to vew the Spring 2019 Buddy Line

Divemaster cautions to Divers

                                                                                             Divemaster Cautions to Divers

On a SUCI sanctioned dive, each diver is responsible for their own dive plan. Safety is always at the forefront of your decisions.

Deciding to enter the water is ultimately your decision. To that end, if you feel uncomfortable to dive due to illness, nervousness, water temperature, you feel too cold or too hot, or any other reason, please consider your safety and those you are diving with AND ABORT YOUR DIVE. You must let the divemaster know of your decision.

A SUCI divemaster can determine that a diver(s) is not fit to dive and ask the diver to abort his/her dive. Should the diver insist on entering the water after this decision, the divemaster will tell the diver, with a witness or witnesses, that he/she is no longer diving with SUCI and their dive is no longer sanctioned and void of the Ontario Underwater Council’s liability insurance. Attempts can be made by the divemaster to prevent the diver from entering the water. Such attempts can include calling the divers emergency contact person and hiding their dive equipment.

DM cautions to divers

                                                                                             DIVEMASTER CAUTIONS TO DIVERS

On a SUCI sanctioned dive, each diver is responsible for their own dive plan. Safety is always at the forefront of your decisions.

Deciding to enter the water is ultimately your decision. To that end, if you feel uncomfortable to dive due to illness, nervousness, water temperature, you feel too cold or too hot, or any other reason, please consider your safety and those you are diving with AND ABORT YOUR DIVE. You must let the divemaster know of your decision.

A SUCI divemaster can determine that a diver(s) is not fit to dive and ask the diver to abort his/her dive. Should the diver insist on entering the water after this decision, the divemaster will tell the diver, with a witness or witnesses, that he/she is no longer diving with SUCI and their dive is no longer sanctioned and void of the Ontario Underwater Council’s liability insurance. Attempts can be made by the divemaster to dissuade or prevent the diver from entering the water. Such attempts can include calling the divers emergency contact person and hiding their dive equipment.