CANRVRSUP operates under all safe weather conditions.
There are no refunds in the event of inclement weather. In the event of severe weather or unsafe conditions, it is at the discretion of the staff; CANRVRSUP reserves the right to cancel reservations. Cancelled reservations are rescheduled or looked at for refunds on a individual case basis.
If a reservation is changed prior to 72 hours before fulfillment by the customer, CANRVRSUP will modify your reservation to a later date at no charge pending availability or a full refund.
If a reservation is changed 72-24 hr before fulfillment by the customer, CANRVRSUP offers a 50% refund and a 50% credit towards future bookings.
In the event of a cancellation with 24 hrs or less notice/no show, the customer will lose all money with no refund or future booking options.
INSTRUCTOR COURSES NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN ONCE COURSE MATERIAL HAS BEEN SENT 7 days PRIOR TO THE START DATE! - PLEASE ENSURE COMMITMENT BEFORE REGISTERING. Full refunds are only provided with a signed doctors note. >7 days in advanced you are eligible for a refund -10% administration fee.
Definitions Off Paddle Canada site
“Intoxicant” is defined as follows for this policy: Intoxicant means a substance that, if taken into the body, has the potential to impair or alter judgment, behaviour or the capacity to recognize reality or meet the ordinary demands of life, but does not include caffeine, nicotine or any authorized medication used in accordance with directions given by a registered health care professional.
No intoxicants shall be consumed by any participant or instructor(s) eight hours prior to any instructional activities. Where appropriate, an instructor may further limit the use of intoxicants by students and instructors on the course to ensure a safe and respectful learning environment.
It is the responsibility of every Paddle Canada instructor to remove a candidate from a course, or cease training, if she or he feels the candidate is under the influence of intoxicants.
It is the responsibility of the instructor to brief students before the commencement of each course on the Paddle Canada Intoxicants Policy and their responsibility to maintain a respectful and safe environment for other students and instructors alike.
It is the responsibility of the student to conform to this policy.