The Canadian Ski Council (CSC) is a national umbrella organization that represents the Ski and Snowboard industry in Canada. Founded in 1977 and consisting of 10 member organizations, the CSC represents all of the various aspects of the industry including; ski areas, ski and snowboard instructors, patrollers, suppliers/manufacturers, athletes and more.
The goal of the Canadian Ski Council is to increase participation in recreational skiing and snowboarding through research and development, marketing and communications programs and through our advocacy efforts.
Member Organizations include:
• Association des stations de ski du Québec (ASSQ)
• Atlantic Ski Area Association (ASAA)
• Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS)
• Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (CASI)
• Canadian Snowsports Association (CSA)
• Canadian Ski Instructors' Alliance (CSIA)
• Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP)
• Canada West Ski Areas Association (CWSAA)
• Ontario Snow Resorts Association (OSRA)
• Canadian Association of Nordic Skiers Instructors (CANSI)
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For more information on the Canadian Ski Council or for more information on skiing and snowboarding in Canada please visit www.skicanada.org.
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