Policies & Financials


Many policies have been developed and ratified by the Sail Canada Board of Directors to direct the work of the Association. Please check here for the document you require. Note that the relevant application forms are available in downloadable format.

Framework and Governance Policies

Governing Process Policy Organizational Structure Policy Board Executive Director Relationship Policy Executive Limitations Policy

Operational Policies

Process and Dispute Resolution Policy Harassment Policy Privacy Policy Official Languages Policy


Sail Canada Bylaws

Codes of Conduct

Sail Canada Code of Conduct

Concussion Protocol

Child Sport Concussion Assessment Tool - 5th Edition Concussion Assessment Tool - 5th Edition Concussion Recognition Tool - 5th Edition Pre Season Concussion Education Sheet


The Board of Directors shall meet at least twice a year, once concurrently with the Annual General Meeting and at least once at the call of the President, provided at least ten (10) days notice in writing is sent to each director including the agenda for business to be conducted. Additional meetings of the Board may be held at any time and place to be determined by the Directors provided that 48 hours notice of such meeting shall be given, other than by mail, to each Director.

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held by the end of October each year. The formal requirements for the AGM are found in the Bylaws of the Association. The AGM is held in conjunction with an annual conference; the location rotates east, central, west, central, etc.

Once approved, the minutes of all meetings are available by request; email sailcanada@sailing.ca

Financial Information

Expense forms

Volunteer Expense Form

Financial Statements

Sail Canada Audited Financials Statements - Year ended April 30, 2018 Sail Canada Audited Financials Statements - Year ended April 30, 2017 Sail Canada Audited Financials Statements - Year ended April 30, 2016

  • Rolex
  • Helly Hansen
  • Skippers' Plan
  • Bank of Montreal
  • Government of Canada