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About the Club

 

 


 

Contact Us

 

Member Services

613-733-5100

racentre@racentre.com

 

 


 

Club handbookClub handbook (PDF)

Information on court etiquette, playing procedures and programs is available in the Club Handbook.

 

 

About RABC

The RA Badminton Club is proud to have a membership made up of people of all ages and skill levels. 
With a membership base of about 600 players, there is no doubt you will find friends to play with at your own level! It is a perfect environment, whether you are young or old, competitive or recreational, you have a place at the RA Badminton Club. 
 
The Club’s six courts, considered by many to be the best courts in North America, are dedicated exclusively to badminton. 
The many activities include: family play, club tournaments and championships, doubles ladders, coaching and clinics, organized social play, and social events. (plus an elite and juniors' program)
 

RABC By-Laws

  • updated-Bylaws

  • SLA with RA

  •  Our Current RABC Execs              

    • The RABC exec helps organize and manage club activities,

    • and represents members for all badminton services at the RA.

    • Members: please support your EXEC and volunteer

  • (other RA By-laws and agreement documents can be seen at the front desk. (ie. Sponsorship guide, not-for-profit association bylaws, RA board responsibilities))

RABC AGM 2018   

Next AGM         Planned for March 27, 2018 at 7pm  - come for food and drink

Agenda to be available soon

(all members welcome to play afterwards)        

 

 

Budget Summary

  • details to come
  • Budget Framework

 

RA Centre  |  2451 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON K1H 7X7 | 613.733.5100 | racentre@racentre.com

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Useful Badminton links:

 

Badminton Ottawa
www.badmintonottawa.com

Badminton Canada

www.badminton.ca

Badminton Ontario         

www.badmintonontario.ca

Ontario Senior Games

www.ontarioseniorgames.ca

 

 

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