Members of the Don Rowing Club collected boatloads of donations - 365 pounds of canned food for the Mississauga Food Bank's Thanksgiving Food Drive.
As you are aware the municipality and the province have taken steps to shutter all non-essential services. The Don Rowing Club is a municipally controlled building, we must take direction to follow the instructions of both the City of Mississauga and the Province of Ontario. The Don Rowing Club remains... read more →
Given the seriousness of the current COVID-19 crisis, the Don Rowing Club is closed until further notice. Our Annual General Meeting, which was supposed to take place on Saturday, March 28th is postponed until further notice. Because of the unknown nature of the current pandemic, we can't predict exactly when... read more →
Registration is now open for our 2020 Youth Summer Camps, Youth Indoor Learn to Row and Adult Learn to Row Sessions. Click on the "Register for Programs" button on the Home page.
We ask you to join us for an afternoon of Don’s History Appreciation. Our resident historian, Goca Lebl, has finally finished her book - 10 years in the making! So this will be a good opportunity to see it, order a copy and meet some distinguished guests - alumni from the 1950s,... read more →
Together with our neighbors at the Miississauga Canoe Club, we'll be inaugurating a bench to honour the memory of long-time DRC coach Fred Loek. The bench will be placed between the DRC and MCC, and will also be in memory of MCC coach John Wood. Please join us on Wednesday... read more →
Congratulations to all competitors and to all DRC athletes who raced at Henley. A job well done in all aspects. Everyone represented the DRC with pride. Many thanks to all parents for both supporting the coaching team and their sons/daughters dreams and goals, and helping them stay focused and positive... read more →
Wishing every crew the very best racing, fast and true....and in the end of yet of it all remember, ts just rowing....something we do in our lives to motivate us and challenge our selves...we will have our friendships, we will have our families, and we will have our next challenge... read more →
Congratulations to the Masters program at the Royal Canadian Henley today.This year the competition was ramped up with so many American crews on the start lines which made for some high standard and challenging races. Masters athletes did rise to the challenge with many DRC boats battled through the heats to finals. Lots... read more →
Weekend full of outstanding racing, several DRC crews to finals, and several athletes bringing home some hardware. Day one water conditions were challenging but not challenging enough for our DRC athletes with several top three finishes. Day two, afternoon storm cancelled finals, and heats results were the end results. Successful Ontario... read more →