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Squash Canada Webinar:
High Performance Habits
Squash Canada is pleased to announce more webinars as part of our new "Coach Professional Development Webinar Series". Cost per Webinar is only $15.25
Webinar Developing High Performance Habits
Wednesday May 20th - Noon to 1:00pm EST
The webinar series is open to anyone (players, etc.) but for coaches, it will provide an opportunity to gain PD points* towards their NCCP Maintenance of Certification.
*These Webinars can range from 1-3 points each.

For more information or to ask questions regarding this initiative, please contact Squash Canada Programs Manager Geoffery Johnson at #613-228-7724 or
Squash BC AGM in 10 days! 

2020 Squash BC Annual General Meeting Sat. May23rd,
Please join us for the 2020 Squash BC AGM
- our first 100% electronic means AGM.

Saturday, May 23, 2020 - from 10am-12noon
The notice includes:
  • Notice of the Annual General Meeting & Agenda
  • Proxy form for voting members (Submit by Wed. May 20th)
  • General/Special Resolution Form for voting members
  • List of eligible voting members

We welcome all Squash BC members to attend. Participants must register in advance of the meeting - deadline is Wednesday, May 20th.
Please use the following link to register:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing information about how to join the meeting.

Looking forward to having a great turn out!
8 levels of squash skills you can do at home!
Level 1- 100 Backhand Bounces
Level 2 - 100 Forehand Bounces
Level 3 - 100 Alternating Bounces
Level 4 - 100 Backhand w/ Slice
Level 5 - 100 Forehand w/ Slice
Level 6 - 50 Alternating w/ Slice
Level 7 - 20 Shots alternating between strings & frame
Level 8 - 20 Shots only frame!
SOLO DRILLS: if you are back on the court on your own... HERE are a few for the court! >>
Strengthening your legs and hips to protect your knees!
Knee injuries are very common in squash, and sometimes take a lot of time to recover from.
To protect from your knees from injury and pain, it is very important to strengthen the muscles surrounding your knees, as well as your hips. It is imperative for increasing speed, agility and endurance in squash, as well as to support the joint surfaces so over many years of playing, they do not suffer from overuse.
When starting any new exercise, start slowly
and only gradually add repetitions, time and level of difficulty.
Train to be a Coach!
Coach education and training has not stopped even during these unusual times.
Multi-sport coaching courses continue to be offered in an online eLearning platform and via home study.
Now is as good a time as any to start your training, or for coaches to complete those missing requirements towards becoming a Certified Coach
Coaches inspire their participants to excel. They lead while building tomorrow’s leaders. When you coach, you encourage participants of all ages to be active, to challenge themselves, and to have fun.
Position: Assistant Program Coordinator - Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) Opportunity

Squash BC is offering a short term position through the Canada Summer Jobs Program this summer.

Note: this position is dependent on confirmed funding from the CSJ program.
The Assistant Program Coordinator will support the growth and maintenance of existing Squash BC programs and services as well as the development of new squash pilot programs to introduce and engage new participants in the game of squash.
The focus of the work will help prepare for the doming squash season.
From the archives...
SQUASH BC Newsletter - 30 Years Ago!
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