Nova Scotia paddlers went 8-for-8 at the Canada Games in Winnipeg on Tuesday.
The Bluenose delegation made it 15 medals in 16 tries, continuing a run of excellence widely anticipated for the team.
On Tuesday, the medal collection was two gold, four silver and two bronze.
Ashley Card of Hammonds Plains started the streak with a silver medal in the women's K-1 1,000 metres. It was her third medal in two days.
Dartmouth's Connor Fitzpatrick followed right behind with a gold medal in the men's C-1 1,000. It was his third medal and second gold already this week.
Halifax's Marlee MacIntosh took silver in the women's C-1 1,000 with a push at the finish. Halifax's Zane Clarke, the flag-bearer for closing ceremonies this weekend, shook loose for gold in the men's K-1 1,000.
The crew of Dartmouth's Ava Carew, Kate Hennessey and Julia Lilley-Osende and Halifax's Nicole Jessop got silver in the IC-4 500. They got edged out by Quebec at the finish
Brett Himmelman of Hammonds Plains and Fall River's Mark Wiseman were third in the C-2 500. Card won her second medal of the day, a bronze, in the K-2 500 with Halifax's Anna Negulic.
Clarke, Dartmouth's Robert Laureijs, Waverley's Mark Marschalko and Halifax's Jacob Steele were second in the K-4 1,000.
In other action, Nova Scotia lost 10-3 to New Brunswick and 7-0 to Manitoba in women's softball for a 0-4 start to the round robin.
Meghan McLean shot 78 as women's golf began. She's 10 shots out of the lead held by Quebec's Sara-Eve Rheaume.
Ben Chasse had a 75 to pace the Nova Scotia men in the first round. He's seven shots back of Quebec's Christopher Vandette.
Ayoub Al-arabi had three goals as the men's soccer team blanked Saskatchewan 4-0.
The women's and men's volleyball teams swept P.E.I. 3-0. The men also defeated Yukon 3-0.