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Burnaby Canoe and Kayak Club

BCKC can be found at the folowing link: BCKC

BLRClogooutline (7K)
BLRC4kTTBlueTurtle200 (30K)

2014 Burnaby Lake Small Boat Invitational
October 4, 2014

Results for the 2014 Burnaby Lake Small Boat Invitational can be found on the regatta website (BLRC4kTT).

Regatta photos can be found here and here.

The regatta was a great success thanks to all of the participants, volunteers and umpires. We look forward to seeing you next year for our 5th anniversary!

The Burnaby Lake Rowing Club (BLRC) rows on the calm waters of Burnaby Lake, in Burnaby, BC - one of the best places to train in singles in North America. Juniors row alongside Senior and Masters athletes. The club hosts the Crofton House School and Sentinel Secondary rowing teams who row with the Burnaby Lake juniors during the off season.

Typical club rowing sessions run at 7:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, and at 8 a.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Afternoon rows are offered during the spring, summer and fall for all club members - days and times depend on the season and are posted on the club calendar. Spring (February - May) and Fall (mid-September-November) afternoons run from approximately 4pm to 6pm. During the summer, the afternoon rows shift to evenings and run from approximately 6pm to 8pm. Club rowing sessions are open to all club athletes. Schedule variances are posted on the homepage and club calendar.

The boathouse predominantly consists of singles and doubles. The focus of the club is to develop elite skills in fine singles.

If you are competent in a 1x and are interested in joining the club to improve your skills, please contact the club captain or coach for the best time to come down.


Members periodically receive the club newsletter.

Private Lessons

Private rowing lessons/sessions are available by appointment only and can be coordinated by contacting the coach.


The club does not offer formal Learn-to-Row sessions, however, new scullers do have an opportunity to learn through private lessons. For more information on private lessons, please contact the coach. Alternatively, other local rowing clubs offer Learn-to-Row programs at various times of year. Please visit the links page to visit websites of other local area rowing clubs.

See you at the lake!