SnowOnline News

Do you want to learn more about the ski and snowboard industry? Then sign up today for our bi-weekly newsletter that talks about: news and reports from ski areas; profiles of Canadian ski and snowboard destinations; ski and snowboard bargains; events at Canada’s ski resort and lots of other exciting information!

Skiing The Mealy

Last March, The Loners teamed up with Estski on an expedition to the untouched slopes of the Mealy in Labrador; a journey of first descents and pure remoteness.

Christmas Carving – Part 2

Ready for some creative Christmas carving, part 2? Learn about what ski areas have to offer, with teaching and terrain tours, age and gender-specific programs, and biomechanical skiing.

Mikaël Kingsbury Wins Lou Marsh Trophy

Canadian freestyle skiing sensation, Mikaël Kingsbury, has added another award to his already illustrious career after winning the 2018 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada’s athlete of the year.

Christmas Carving – Part 1

Ready for some creative Christmas carving? Not the turkey though – it’s time to get your ski skills sharpened for the winter season with experiential learning, terrain-based learning, snowboarding innovations, and the one-stop-shop approach.

The Shadow Campaign: Ski Photographer

Drawn to the mountains in search of the ski bum lifestyle, Oskar Enander had no intention of ever becoming a photographer. Today, Oskar's iconic and unique perspective is highly sought after in the ski world. And yet, he shoots very little outside of winter.

Mackenzie Investments Announces Four-Year Partnership with Alpine Canada

Mackenzie Investments today announced four-year partnerships with Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) and Freestyle Canada. The new partnerships come in advance of the Lake Louise Audi FIS Ski World Cup men’s downhill races, the first ski speed events of the 2018/2019 season, happening November 24-25 in Lake Louise, Alberta.

Volkswagen Presents Warren Miller’s “Face of Winter”

Loving the pure joys of winter is something we have in common with the late, great Warren Miller—who helped create and capture the magic of skiing. This fall, Face of Winter, the 69th installment from Warren Miller Entertainment presented by Volkswagen, will bring new and veteran athletes together to pay tribute to the man who started it all.

How You Can Become an Instructor at Duck Mountain

I started working at Duck Mountain Ski Area when I was 16. I wasn’t much of a skier then and so I hired on as a Liftie and a Ski tech in the rental shop. It is a great job but I could tell right away that the guys and girls that have the most fun were in the Ski School.

Product categories