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Corporate Lift Pass Program Update – 2014

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The Canadian Ski Council (CSC) has sent out the first round of Corporate Lift Pass redemption cheques to all participating ski areas that redeemed passes for the 2013/14 season. The cutoff date for the first round of cheques was April 21, 2014,

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Staff Update

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The Canadian Ski Council is pleased to welcome Michael Fulton, Marketing Coordinator to our team. Michael comes to us with a breadth of marketing experience, working both on the agency side and corporate side across a number of industries, including IT, real

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CSC National Consumer Profile and Satisfaction Survey Update

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For the past 27 years, the Canadian Ski Council (CSC) has been working with ski areas across Canada on a joint National Research Program, conducting various surveys at ski areas to help us determine participation rates, trends, and issues that will affect

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Discover Skiing/Snowboarding and Cross Country Update

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Discover Skiing/Snowboarding was first introduced 25 years ago and continues to be one of the key grassroots programs of the Canadian Ski Council (CSC), in partnership with ski and snowboard areas across Canada.

Each Discover package sold at participating ski areas includes a beginner lift

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Canadian Ski Council Annual General Meeting 2014 Update

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The Canadian Ski Council’s next Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday October 17th,2014 in Mississauga, Ontario at the International Centre, in conjunction with the Toronto Snow Show. More details regarding our AGM will become available during the summer months. Information

Spring Skiing

Skiing Spring’s Hero Snow

Lori Knowles – For the Canadian Ski Council

Ahhh, spring skiing. The perfect mix of sun, soft snow and…slush? Slopes heat up around this time of year, altering the snow’s texture from “powder” to what skiers call “slush,” “sugar” or “corn snow.”
Spring snow can be challenging at times, but it can also be