In a fit of presumptuousness (as someone with no connection to the event other than being a probable attendee), it was I who added this AttackPoint event for the 2020 Canadians, a month or so ago, based on the Edmonton Overlanders Planning Calendar
I found via some Google'ing (like Pink Socks, I didn't find anything at O Canada).
And I added a few other events such as Napa Go 2020 (including some incorrect information, but, as was my intention, the real organizers promptly took over the event entry I started and updated it--hopefully the COC organizers will do likewise). It's not too early to have these events listed; long distance travel needs major lead time. Being in California for the 2019 OUSA Nationals got me thinking about my 2020 calendar, centered around the NAOC in California, and the handiest way for me to organize my O schedule is to check off AttackPoint events and have them show up on my log.
The Western Canadians weren't on that EOOC planning list a month ago, in fact, I think it was just in the last few days they were added. That's an attractive event for me to add to my itinerary too (it's wonderful being retired!) so I'll presumptuously add it to the AP event list, too. But rather than discuss further here the appropriateness of my doing this, I think I'll start a general thread on the protocol for listing events. So if anyone wants to slap my hand or thank me for adding these events to AP, wait a few minutes until I get that thread started and do it there.
So back to the actual subject of this thread, the COCs show up on that EOOC planning list as 3 days (Sat.-Sun.-Mon.), as upnorthguy notes, I presume to accommodate Sprint-Middle-Long. Here's hoping they fit in a relay somehow too.