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(Toronto, ON) – The Canadian Ski Council is proud to recognize the best in the ski and snowboard business for their outstanding contributions to the Canadian snowsports industry at the Toronto Snow Show on Friday October 14th, 2016 at the International Centre in Mississauga, ON at 12 p.m. in Hall 5.
Stoneham, September 29th, 2016 – It is a morning filled with emotions for Stoneham Mountain Resort as well as JP Auclair’s friends and family. The professional skier who perished two years ago in an avalanche while he was skiing in Chile was honored today by the resort.
On slope at Utah’s Deer Valley, Clair Challen traces the legacy of the late Stein Eriksen, the father of freestyle and a skier Park City locals call “the essence of Deer Valley.”
West Vancouver, B.C.’s Georgia Simmerling is back on snow after capturing Olympic bronze less than two months ago with Cycling Canada. Simmerling has joined her Canada Ski Cross teammates and is now prepping for the 2016-17 competition season
Revving their engines in anticipation of a brand new ski season, Canada’s Western ski resorts have revealed impressive plans for Winter 2017. On the list: drones, NHL-ready ice rinks, and slopeside menus that are better for our waistlines.
Make the Fall Festival of Colours part of your Thanksgiving family tradition. Join us at Ski Wentworth Oct. 8&9 for chairlift rides to the top of Wentworth Mountain.
For Marielle Thompson, the reigning Olympic gold medalist in women’s ski cross, sport is a family affair. Her brother, Broderick – recently named to the Canadian men’s alpine ski team – likes to claim some responsibility for his sister’s success.
Reporting from the Happy Valley Beginner Area, Josh Foster shows us how Big White, BC’s snow school has turned the mountain into a classroom, featuring loads of family ski fun at its Terrain Learning Centre—also known as the T.L.C.!
The kickoff event of snow season is just around the corner. Start your winter at the Toronto Snow Show. Ski and Snowboard enthusiasts looking to get a jump on the season will regroup this year as Canada’s largest ski, snowboard and travel show comes to Toronto from October 13-16 at the International Centre, Hall 5.