Dear Club administrators, program directors and head coaches. As you may be aware, Alpine Canada Alpin-CSC (Canadian Ski Coach) require coaches who are actively coaching in the current season to complete steps to maintain their required annual license in the ‘’ISSUED’’ status.   As a Club administrator, program director or head coach, it is your responsibility to ensure that your coaching staff have their license in good standing before January 31st of each year.... Read More

Avalanche Safety


Over the past few weeks, Canada has been recieving significant snowfall across the country. Snow safety education is the best way to prepare skiers for travel in off-piste environments inside and outside of ski area boundaries.  Avalanches are the most significant threat to the safety of anyone recreating in an uncontrolled mountainous country during the winter months. Avalanches can occur within a ski area boundary or outside the ski area in the backcountry. It's important to understand... Read More

Concussion: Facts You NEED To Know


January 2020 marks the start of the #CHECKFORCONCUSSION: 2020 PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN with Parachute Canada. Parachute, supported by the Public Health Agency of Canada, created a national awareness campaign for recognizing potential concussions featuring champion athletes, including Alpine Canada National Team Alumni Steve Podborski.   Any blow to the head, face or neck, or a blow to the body that jars your head, could cause a concussion. To learn more about the management... Read More