Who is Probus and why join?
Who is Probus?
We are a volunteer-based, non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian fellowship organization with over 4,000 clubs worldwide, 244 being Canadian clubs made up of over 36,500 members. Our clubs are all about encouraging healthy minds and bodies and socializing with other retirees in the community.
Are you a retired professional or businessman who wishes to belong to a club that meets to hear informative speakers and participate in other social events?  Becoming a Probus member exposes you on a monthly basis to a wide range of informative speakers. In addition, you will have the opportunity to play golf or bridge on a regular basis and join other Probus members in social events.
Why join the Probus Club of Brentwood Bay?
The Brentwood Bay club is a mens club of about 80 members.  At monthly meetings, members enjoy fellowship, engaging speakers, and, through the club, group activities such as field trips, special interest groups (technology, walking groups, reading groups, for example).  Most special interest groups also include member's partners.  After each meeting, several members retire to a local pub restaurant to further extend their Probus day.   We welcome new members and we strive consistently to learn and to have fun.
Club Information
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Brentwood Bay

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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 10:00 AM
Central Saanich Seniors Ctr.,
1229 Clark Rd.
Brentwood Bay, BC V8M 1E2
Every third Tuesday of the month starting at 10:00 a.m.
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We had a well attended visit to Open Oceans Robotics where we spent a fascinating morning seeing and understanding the many uses of a remote controlled oceangoing craft.
Open Ocean Robotics excels in collecting a wide range of oceanographic and atmospheric data to support research and environmental monitoring.
·    seafloor bathymetry
·    marine biodiversity monitoring
·    benthic habitats and fisheries surveys
·    carbon credit Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV)
·    eDNA sampling
·    ocean current profiling
We were able to see the operation from the construction of the crafts themselves as well as witnessing the control of one at work on the ocean.  Control can be handled from anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
A fascinating visit to see state of the art technology, used around the world, right on our doorstep.
Club News
Probus Walkers Take to the B C Electric Railway
On Friday 20 October five of the Brentwood Bay Probus walking group met for a stroll on a portion of the ballast bed of the B C Electric Railway that once linked the capital with Deep Cove.
We parked just north of the Red Barn Market at the junction of Wallace Drive and West Saanich Road. It was good walking weather --- overcast skies and a temperature of 16 degrees --- as we set off south, intersecting assorted driveways and Hartland and Prospect Lake Roads before counter-marching at the traffic light at Interurban Road and returning to our starting point. The grade was easy and the time elapsed scarcely over an hour.  Nevertheless, some engineers elected to top up their boilers with coffee at the Red Barn station.  Perhaps you’d like to join us on another of these shuttles?
Roger Boutilier