How to Give

How to Give

BE PART OF THE TEAM BY SUPPORTING OUR ATHLETES! 

To reach the podium, our athletes need rigorous dryland training, access to ski camps around the globe, superior year-round coaching, travel to national and international competitions, proper nutrition, essential mental performance support, and state of the art equipment. Donors play a significant role in ensuring our athletes have all the resources they need to reach their full potential and make Canada proud on the global ski racing scene. Below is a list of ways that you can make a difference in the journey of our ski racing champions.

Alpine Canada is a registered charity. Our charitable registration number is: 10016 4995 RR 0001.

CONTRIBUTE TO OUR ANNUAL FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN

On average, it costs approximately $200,000 per year to support an athlete with competitive  ski racing programming. To make this possible, Alpine Canada relies on government partners, sponsors and generous donors who come together to empower our athletes to focus on one thing: skiing fast! Donations of any size can have a significant impact on the training and development of our athletes. By joining Alpine Canada as a donor, you can take part in their Olympic and Paralympic journey and have a stake in Canadian ski racing excellence. Support Alpine Canada and the next generation of champions with your donation today! Your support will have an immediate impact on Canadian athletes. Choose a one-time gift, or a monthly contribution. Online donations can be made here.

PODIUM CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Alpine Canada’s Podium Club appeals to individuals and corporations wishing to join an exclusive group of like-minded donors who are intent on moving the needle in ski racing excellence in Canada. By making a minimum contribution of $5,500 annually, Podium Club members have a direct impact on team operation funding and allow our athletes to be competitive on the world stage. As an added perk, Podium Club donors also have access to exclusive club and team apparel. Established in the late 1990’s and the clubs has  injected millions into the successes of dozens of Canadian Olympian and Paralympians! Click here to learn more about the podium club. 

EXCLUSIVE 100TH ANNIVERSARY ART

As part of Canada’s 100th anniversary of ski racing in Canada. Alpine Canada collaborated with ski team alumni Patrick Biggs to create a limited edition piece of art featuring three Canadian ski racing heros: Nancy Greene Raine, Steve Podborski and Erik Guay. The art includes these skiers’ signatures! Join the limited edition Centennial Club for $2,000 and receive your art in addition to a $1,500 tax receipt. All proceeds from the sale of the 100 limited edition canvases  go directly to investing in the needs of our ski racing champions in Canada. To order yours, click here.

PERSONAL GIVING

Alpine Canada invites donors to make a significant and lasting impact on ski racing in Canada by making a sizable investment in our sport. You can choose to help by making a gift or creating an award. Alpine Canada is pleased to help you select a program or multiple programs that best fit with your interests in ski racing. By creating an award, you can provide immediate support to a talented athlete or coach. For more information on these initiatives, please contact info@alpinecanada.org. 

GIFTS FROM THE USA

Alpine Canada welcomes gifts from friends south of the border wishing to celebrate and show their support for Canadian ski racing excellence. Thanks to our collaboration with the Canadian Olympic Committee, we have partnered with Charities Aid Foundation of America to enable U.S residents to make an impact on Alpine Canada and our athletes, and receive a U.S tax receipt. Your donation will be automatically transferred to Alpine Canada. Simply specify your wish to have your donation directed to Alpine Canada on the donation form. Online donations can be made here.

GIFTS OF SECURITIES

When you donate publicly listed securities, you are making an immediate impact towards the advancement of our athletes’ road to achieving their dreams, while not having to pay capital gains taxes. You will also receive a tax receipt for the closing price recorded on the day the securities are received into our account, or at sale value if securities are disposed of on the day of the receipt. For further information or to notify us of a transfer, please use this form.

EXPERIENTIAL AND EVENT GIVING

You can raise money by planning and implementing a successful community event in support of Alpine Canada and Canada’s next generation of high performance ski racers. Examples include hosting a fundraiser, a silent auction or a unique workplace event. Learn more by contacting info@alpinecanada.org.

SKI WITH AN ALUMNI

What if you could enjoy a once in a lifetime skiing experience with a ski team alumni all the while helping to support the current generation of champions? You and up to three  guests can enjoy a half day or full day of skiing with an inspirational athlete and learn more about their incredible journey. Fully customizable, the day can include skiing tips, a guided mountain tour and even ski team apparel! Create memories to last a lifetime all the while helping our athletes chase the top of the podium! Learn more by contacting info@alpinecanada.org.

ENDOWMENT

By creating an endowed gift, a donor can help create a sustained source of funding for Alpine Canada. Funds in the Endowment are held in perpetuity; the income derived from these investments provides a long-term and predictable source of support. An endowed gift is an investment in the future of ski racing in Canada and a guaranteed way to support our talented athletes, coaches, and sport over the long-term. We invite you to be a part of our future with an investment in the Endowment or with the establishment of a named fund. To make an Endowment gift to Alpine Canada or for more information, please contact info@alpinecanada.org. 

LEGACY

Planning a legacy gift in the form of a bequest in your will or in the form of a donated life insurance to Alpine Canada is an amazing way to demonstrate your love for our sport and your investment in high performance ski racers in Canada. A legacy gift allows you the satisfaction and joy of knowing that you are contributing to the ongoing success of Alpine Canada without affecting your income during your lifetime. In addition, gifts made to charitable organizations will offer significant tax benefits and a bequest to Alpine Canada will reduce the amount of taxes owed by your estate.

AEROPLAN MILES PROGRAM

Each year, Alpine Canada invests more than $1 million in travel expenses for our  athletes and coaches to get to locations around the world for training camps and races. To offset the substantial cost of chasing snow, you can make a gift in the form of Aeroplan Miles. Thanks to your valuable in-kind gift, we will be able to redeem miles for our teams to travel to remote locations! Help our athletes take flight to their next podium result and give miles today by clicking here.

AUCTION PROGRAM

Each year, Alpine Canada hosts various auctions to raise additional funds in support of our athletes’  dreams. In-kind gifts in the form of items and experiences to Alpine Canada can make highly coveted  items for our auctions! A hotel stay, a gift certificate for a restaurant, a vintage pair of skis, a pair of tickets for a hockey game, and a trip to an amazing ski location, are just a few examples of prizes that appeal to our vibrant community of bidders! All funds generated from our auctions are injected back into our athletes and Canadian ski racing system. To contribute a gift, contact info@alpinecanada.org. 

SHOW YOUR PRIDE: PURCHASE TEAM APPAREL

All net proceeds from the sale of Alpine Canada apparel on our online boutique is injected back into our athletes and ski team operations. With our quality product line, you are bound to look and feel good knowing you are wearing your pride all while empowering ski racing excellence in Canada! To visit our online boutique, click here.

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The Canadian Alpine Ski Team NextGen Program

The Canadian Alpine Ski Team NextGen Program

The Canadian Alpine Ski Team (CAST) NextGen Program recognizes alpine athletes’ performance and potential as an alpine ski racer. Benefits will be provided to assist recognized athletes in their journey towards the World Cup team.

The CAST NextGen Program recognizes our next generation of top ski racers. Sport programming will continue to be provided through the athletes Provincial and Territorial Sport Organizations (PTSO), in coordination with Alpine Canada. These athletes are an important part of the CAST long-term program and we continue to support their development.

Congratulations to this years recognized athletes.  

2020-21 CAST NextGen Program Recognized Athletes 

  • Sarah Bennett (Stoneham, QC/Ski Québec Alpin)
  • Justine Clément (Bécancour, QC/Ski Québec Alpin, University of Vermont) 
  • Stefanie Fleckenstein (Whistler, B.C./ BC Ski Team, University of Colorado) 
  • Cassidy Gray (Panorama, B.C./Alberta Ski Team) 
  • Britt Richardson (Canmore, AB/Burke Mountain Academy) 
  • Claire Timmermann (Calgary, AB/Alberta Ski Team) 
  • Marina Villanova (Montréal, QC/Ski Québec Alpin, University of Vermont)
  • Justin Alkier (Toronto, ON/Ontario Ski Team, Middlebury College) 
  • Jamie Casselman (Cranbrook, B.C./Alberta Ski Team, Montana State University)
  • Simon Fournier (Montréal, QC/University of Denver) 
  • Declan McCormack (Toronto, ON/Ontario Ski Team, University of Vermont)
  • Keegan Sharp (Invermere, B.C./Alberta Ski Team, Team Panorama) 

Year of Birth 2000 or younger 

  • One top 3 World Age Rank in SG, GS or SL

Year of Birth 1997 or younger

  • WR 160 or better in SG, GS or SL 
  • WR 100 or better in DH or AC
  • NorAm - 1 Top 15 Technical Rank
  • NorAm - 1 Top 25 Tech rank plus 1 additional Top 15 Rank
  • NorAm - 2 Top 25 Technical Ranks 
  • NorAm - Top 30 Overall Rank

Year of Birth 1995 or younger 

  • WR 110 or better in SG, GS or SL
  • WR 80 or better in DH or AC
  • NorAm - 1 Top 10 Technical Rank
  • NorAm - 1 Top 15 Technical Rank plus 1 additional Top 10 Rank 
  • NorAm - 2 Top 20 Technical Ranks
  • NorAm - 2 Top 10 Ranks within DH, SG or AC
  • NorAm - Top 25 Overall Rank 

Year of Birth 2001 or younger 

  • One Top 3 World Age Rank in SG, GS or SL 

Year of Birth 1998 or younger

  • WR 130 or better in SG, GS or SL
  • WR 70 or better in DH or AC
  • NorAm - 1 Top 10 Technical Rank 
  • NorAm - 1 Top 20 Technical Rank plus 1 additional Top 10 Rank 
  • NorAm - 2 Top 20 Technical Ranks 
  • NorAm - Top 20 Overall Rank

YOB 1996 or younger 

  • WR 80 or better in SG, GS or SL
  • WR 70 or better in DH or AC
  • NorAm - 1 Top 5 Technical Rank
  • NorAm - 1 Top 10 Technical Rank plus 1 additional Top 5 Rank
  • NorAm - 2 Top 15 Technical Ranks
  • NorAm - 2 Top 5 Ranks within DH, SG or AC
  • NorAm - Top 10 Overall Rank
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Safe Sport

Safe Sport

Alpine Canada is dedicated to ensuring the safety of every participant in the sport of ski racing. Alpine Canada is ready to collaborate with any organization that is committed to improving safety, respect and prevention of harassment in sport. We welcome all initiatives proposed or developed by any relevant and experienced organization across the country that will help achieve this goal.
 

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Alpine Canada is committed to providing our athletes and staff with safe, inclusive, and supportive training and competition environments to enable each athlete to achieve their maximum potential. Everyone has a role to play in creating a healthy physical and mental environment for sport participation.

As part of the commitment to safety in sport, Alpine Canada has teamed up with leaders in the movement as well as reviewed and communicated policies and procedures to all stakeholders in our sport, assisting in the movement of a safe sporting environment for all.

Alpine Canada has partnered with Respect Group Inc. (RGI) to further educate and empower stakeholders through interactive, online certifications.  All sports organizations have a responsibility to ensure that all coaches and athletes understand the unique nature of this relationship and that the trust formed between athletes and coaches is not abused or taken advantage of by those in positions of authority or power.

All individuals who witness or believe they have witnessed, or been a victim or believe they may have been a victim of a breach of conduct should contact Alpine Canada's independent, third-party contact at alpinecanada@itpsport.ca or by phone at 1-833-913-1304.



COMMITMENT

  • Any sexual relationship between an athlete and a coach is strictly prohibited, regardless of age, ‘consent’, or other factors. We have a zero-tolerance policy.
  • Comprehensive policies are in place prohibiting any form of abuse, harassment, or discrimination.
  • All Alpine Canada athletes, coaches, and staff are educated on the policies of the organization, including the responsibility to report any suspected violations of our policies promptly and confidentially.
  • All coaches accredited by Alpine Canada must undergo a criminal background check as part of the accreditation process. All provincial ski associations and local ski clubs across Canada have access to a database that enables verification of coach accreditation before employment.
  • All coaches employed or accredited by Alpine Canada are required to abide by The Coaching Code of Conduct, which outlines the responsibilities and obligations of coaches in working with athletes.
  • Policy in place to recognize, respond to, and report instances where the code of conduct has been breached, including whistleblower policy. All athletes and all other personnel within the Alpine Canada program can report any concerns or complaints that will be dealt with on a timely and confidential basis.
  • All ACA staff and coaches are required to complete the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) module “Make Ethical Decisions” and the updated NCCP Code of Ethics.
  • Mandatory harassment training through the Respect Group for all ACA staff, coaches, athletes, and contractors.
  • Creation of a U18 Safe in Sport policy.
  • Rule of Two criteria included in ACA U18 Safe in Sport Policy.
  • Annual reviews of all safety policies.
  • Annual ACA-CSC coaching database updates to provide all Provincial and club partners a centralized location to review an active ACA-CSC member coach status to ensure they have met the requirements to be licensed, including the completion of a background screen, a signature of the coaching code of conduct and the identification of coaches who have breached the coaching code of conduct.

SAFE SPORT THIRD-PARTY CONTACT

As part of Alpine Canada’s commitment to safety in sport and in accordance with Sport Canada requirements, Alpine Canada has selected Ilan Yampolsky as its independent, third-party contact. Ilan is a risk-management specialist whose experience includes the role of director of safe sport and integrity with Tennis Canada, safe sport director with Skate Canada, and the director of safe scouting for Scouts Canada. 

His role is to analyze complaints, determine how best to address them, and ensure Alpine Canada continues to implement best practices. Ilan is the designated individual to receive and review all complaints, allegations, and concerns of possible breaches to Alpine Canada’s code of conduct policies. Those policies can be found here.

All individuals who witness or believe they have witnessed, or been a victim or believe they may have been a victim of a breach of conduct should contact Ilan by email at alpinecanada@itpsport.ca or by phone at 1-833-913-1304.


SAFE SPORT FOR ALL 

On March 13, 2019, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced funding to the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada (SDRCC) to launch two initiatives that will complement each other: an investigation unit and a national toll-free confidential helpline for harassment, abuse, and discrimination. 

These initiatives are important components of the Government of Canada’s overall approach to addressing the issue of harassment, abuse, and discrimination in Canadian sport.

INVESTIGATION UNIT

The SDRCC is launching a third-party investigation unit as a pilot project to provide an independent service for federally funded national sport organizations, multisport service organizations, and Canadian sport centres and institutes to investigate harassment, abuse, and discrimination complaints.

The services offered by this unit are provided to sport organizations on a fee-for-service basis by trained independent investigators.

For more information, visit http://www.crdsc-sdrcc.ca/eng/documents/Evaluation_of_Safe_Sport_Initiatives_-_Final_report_31_March_2020.pdf

CANADIAN SPORT HELPLINE

The bilingual national toll-free confidential helpline for harassment, abuse and discrimination provides a safe place for victims and witnesses of incidents of harassment, abuse and discrimination in sport to report their concerns.

The Canadian Sport Helpline will provide callers with advice on the next steps they can take, as well as direct them to the most appropriate national and local services and resources available to them, including the police, child protection services, existing provincial/territorial helplines, or any other relevant services.

It provides professional listening and referral services by phone and text at 1-888-83-SPORT (77678) and by email at info@abuse-free-sport.ca, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET, seven days a week.

For more information, visit www.abuse-free-sport.ca.


RESOURCES

Canadian Sport Helpline provides professional listening and referral services by phone and text at 1-888-83-SPORT (77678) and by email at info@abuse-free-sport.ca, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET, seven days a week.

Parachute Canada

Respect Group, Inc.

SDRCC third-party investigation unit

FIS SNOW SAFE POLICY 

Sterling Talent Solutions

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport 

Coaching Association of Canada 


FOR ANYONE WHO SUSPECTS ABUSE

If you have a concern about a child and want to talk to someone, contact the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. If you suspect abuse, report it to your local child welfare and/or police.

Canadian Sport Helpline
Sport'Aide
Kids Help Phone
Reporting Child Sexual Abuse and Misconduct
Need Help Now
Cybertip.ca
Sport Manitoba Support Line: 1-877-737-9875
Respect Group, Toll-Free: 1-888-329-4009 or email resourceline@respectgroupinc.com

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Win with NSSD 2019

Win with NSSD 2019

Win with NSSD 2019

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Contest Rules

The Alpine Canada – Win with NSSD 2019 Contest

Official Rules and Regulations

The Alpine Canada  – Win With ACA Contest (the “Contest”) is intended only for individual residents of Canada, who have reached the age of majority of their province or territory of residence at the time of entry. This Contest will be interpreted according to federal and provincial law. Alpine Canada Alpin (hereafter referred to as the “Sponsor”) will conduct the Contest. 

CONTEST PERIOD:

The Alpine Canada  – Win With ACA Contest begins on January 23, 2019 at 12:00:01 AM ET and concludes January 27, 2019 at 11:59:59 PM ET, the Contest Closing Date (hereafter referred to as the “Contest Period”).

 ELIGIBILITY

Employees, officers, and directors (their immediate family members and members of the same household of such persons, including common law spouses) of Alpine Canada (the “Sponsor”) its affiliates, prize suppliers, advertising/promotion agencies and any entity involved in the development, production, implementation, administration, judging or fulfillment of the Contest are not eligible to enter the Contest. Entries may be made only by the original, manual keystrokes of the individual entrant without assistance of any kind including mechanical, form filling, other software or robotic assistance. By participating in this Contest, you signify your agreement that you have read and agree to be legally bound by the terms and conditions of these Official Rules and Regulations (the “Rules”).

HOW TO ENTER

No purchase necessary. To register for the contest and to receive one (1) Contest entry go to info@alpinecanada.org and submit a 150 word essay on why you love to hit the slopes along with a valid email address, confirm you have read and agreed to be bound by these Rules. Limit one (1) entry per person (regardless of the email addresses, telephone numbers or addresses provided throughout the Contest Period).

If it is discovered that you attempted to enter more than once each day during the Contest Period, then all of your entries in this Contest will be disqualified. Multiple registrations during the Contest Period by the same person using any device or method to register multiple times or as multiple Contestants will result in disqualification.

 PRIZES

Forty (40) Prizes will be awarded. The Prizes will consists of:

One (1) HELLY HANSEN Lifa Loft Jacket

Approximate retail value of each Prize is $300 CDN.

Prizes must be accepted as awarded without substitution, is not for resale and has no cash surrender value. The Sponsor reserves the right, in the event that a Prize cannot be awarded as described for any reason, to substitute another prize or prize component of equal or greater value, without liability. Prizes will be delivered to each winner’s residence within four to six weeks once all necessary documentation has been received from the prize winner. Limit one (1) prize per person/ household.

PRIZE DRAWS

At 2:00 PM ET on January 28, 2018 (the “Draw Date”), in Calgary, Alberta forty (40) entrants will be randomly selected as the potential Prize winners from amongst all eligible Entries received during the Contest Period. Odds of winning will depend on the number of eligible Entries received during the Contest Period. Prize Draw Date referred to as “Draw Date.”  

 NOTIFICATION AND QUALIFICATION OF SELECTED ENTRANT

The Prize winners will be notified within 5 days of the Draw Date by e-mail or telephone.  In order to be declared a winner, selected entrant must be in compliance with these Contest Rules and must first correctly answer, unaided, a time-limited, mathematical skill-testing question. The Prize winners will be required to sign and return a Declaration of Eligibility and a Liability/Publicity Release within five (5) business days of notification, which, among other things, (i) requires the selected entrant to confirm compliance with these Rules; (ii) requires the selected entrant to release the Releases (defined below), and their successors and assigns from any and all liability, actions, causes of action, claims, costs and payments for damages, loss, injury or death, however arising or resulting from the awarding, use or misuse of a Prize or the selected entrant’s participation in the Contest, and (iii) gives permission to the Sponsor and its affiliates or agencies to use the selected entrant’s name, address, comments, entry, photograph and other likeness in any advertising or other publicity in any form of media without payment or further compensation, and without liability to the selected entrant or to his/her heirs. If a selected prize winner cannot be contacted by email or telephone, fails to correctly answer the skill-testing question or fails to return the Contest documents within the specified time, he/she will forfeit their prize and an alternate winner may be randomly selected at the absolute discretion of the Sponsor from amongst all remaining Entries eligible to win the respective Prize.  The Contest Sponsor’s rulings are final and without appeal in all matters related to the Contest and the awarding of the Prizes.

 GENERAL

All entries that are incomplete, illegible, damaged, irregular, have been submitted through illicit means, or do not conform to or satisfy any condition of the official Contest rules may be disqualified by the Sponsor.  Sponsor will not be responsible for lost, stolen, delayed, damaged, misdirected, late or destroyed entries, or for any problems or technical malfunctions of any telephone network or lines, computer online systems or servers, computer software problems or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website and assumes no liability for damage to entrant's or any person's computer resulting from participating in the Contest. Sponsor is not responsible for any errors or omissions in printing or advertising this Contest. All entries become the property of the Sponsor and will not be returned.  All entries made by robotic or other automated means will be disqualified.

By entering this Contest, entrants expressly agree to receive direct messages, whether by electronic means, including direct messages on Twitter, Facebook, or other social media, or otherwise, from the Sponsor and its agents for the purpose of conducting the Contest, as outlined herein. In addition, entrants release and hold harmless the Sponsor, its affiliates prize suppliers,  advertising and promotional agencies, and their respective directors, officers, owners, partners, employees, agents, representatives, successors and assigns (collectively the “Releases”) from any liability in connection with this Contest or, if declared a winner, the awarding of, or use or misuse of, the prize. By accepting a prize, each winner consents to the Sponsor’s use of their name, place of residence, voice, statements, photographs or other likenesses for publicity, advertising or informational purposes in any medium or format without further compensation or notice.

This Contest will be run in accordance with these Contest Rules, subject to amendment by Sponsor. Contest entrants must comply with these Rules, and will be deemed to have received and understood the Rules by participating in the Contest. The terms of this Contest, as set out in these Rules, are not subject to amendment or counter-offer, except as set out herein.

The Sponsor assumes no responsibility for failure of the Internet or the Website during the Contest Period, for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer on-line systems, servers, access providers, computer equipment, software, failure of any email to be received or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website, or any combination thereof including any injury or damage to an entrant’s or any other person’s computer related to or resulting from playing or downloading any material in the promotion. 

The Sponsor reserves the right, subject only to the approval of the Régie des alcools, des courses et des jeux (the “Régie”) in Quebec, to withdraw, amend or suspend this Contest (or to amend these Rules) in any way, in the event of an error, technical problem, computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failure or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the Sponsor that interferes with the proper conduct of this Contest as contemplated by these Rules.  Any attempt to deliberately damage any website or to undermine the legitimate operation of this Contest in any way (as determined by Sponsor in its sole and absolute discretion) is a violation of criminal and civil laws and should such an attempt be made, the Sponsor reserves the right to seek remedies and damages to the fullest extent permitted by law.  The Sponsor, with the consent of the Régie, reserves the right to cancel, amend or suspend this Contest, or to amend these Rules, without prior notice or obligation, in the event of any accident, printing, administrative, or other error of any kind, or for any other reason. 

For Quebec residents:  Any litigation respecting the conduct or organization of a publicity contest may be submitted to the Régie for a ruling.  Any litigation respecting the awarding of the Prizes may be submitted to the Régie only for the purpose of helping the parties reach a settlement.

If the identity of an entrant is disputed, the authorized account holder of the e-mail address submitted at the time of entry will be deemed to be the entrant. The individual assigned to the e-mail address for the domain associated with the submitted e-mail address is considered the authorized account holder. A selected entrant may be required to provide proof that he/she is the authorized account holder of the e-mail address associated with the selected entry. The sole determinant of time for the purposes of receipt of a valid entry in this Contest will be the Contest’ server machine(s).

When you enter the Contest, the Sponsor will collect and use the personal information you provide on entry for the purposes of Contest administration and Prize fulfillment. By entering the Contest you consent to such collection and use. Personal information will be maintained by the Contest Sponsor, and its agents for the purposes of this Contest.

For more information about how the Sponsor manages your personal information, see the Sponsor’s Privacy Policy available at: https://alpinecanada.org/page/privacy-policy-security

The eligible Prize Winner agrees to cooperate in any investigations by or on behalf of Sponsor to confirm their eligibility and to help ensure that the use of any such potential winner and/or their photo in advertising or publicity for the Contest will not bring the Sponsor into public disrepute, contempt, scandal or ridicule or reflect unfavourably on the Contest or the Sponsor as determined by the Sponsor in its sole discretion.

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Corporate Donors

Corporate Donors

As a corporation, you too can join our Olympic and Paralympic Journey.

On behalf of Alpine Canada’s world-class athletes, thank you for your generosity and support of Canadian ski racing, helping Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls reach achieve their dreams of representing Canada on the world stage.

Alpine Canada will work in collaboration with all Corporate Donors on a customized benefit package in appreciation for your support.

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The information on this site may be used for educational and other non-commercial purposes, provided any reproduction of data is accompanied by an acknowledgement of Alpine Canada as the source (Alpine Canada, www.alpinecanada.org).

Under no circumstance may an outside party copy, extract pictures, videos, logos or visual images from alpinecanada.org. Picture, video, logo and visual image requests may be e-mailed to info@alpinecanada.org.

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Alpine Canada Alpin reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time by posting the revised Privacy Policy on alpinecanada.org.

WHAT IS PERSONAL INFORMATION?

Personal Information is information that refers to an individual specifically and is recorded in any form. Personal information includes such things as age, income, birth date, medical records, credit records.

COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

Alpine Canada does not automatically collect personal information such as your name, address, telephone number or email address when you visit this site. Such information will be collected by Alpine Canada if you provide it to us in order to:

-receive our newsletter
-enter a contest or promotion
-request information from us.

We do not require that any personal information be provided in order to view our website.

Alpine Canada collects only the personal information required to provide products and services to you.

If the personal information we require is collected for a reason other than to provide products and services, your consent will be requested at or before the time the information is collected. Examples of reasons we collect personal information include:

-to respond to your inquiries and send you requested information
-to provide products and services you request
-to allow you to participate in contests and promotions
-to protect against fraud and error
-to recommend products and services that Alpine Canada believes will be of interest to you
-to comply with legal and government regulations

RETENTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

Alpine Canada does not sell or rent personal information to any organization or person for any reason. We do not share your personal information without your consent with any third party organizations except to offer you products or services we believe will be of interest to you.

Alpine Canada retains your personal information only as long as it is required for our business relationship or as required by federal or provincial laws.

You can change your consent preferences at any time or request access to the personal information we have on record in order to review and amend the information by contacting media@alpinecanada.org.

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Podium Club

Podium Club

Alpine Canada supports the development of current and future world champions, Olympians and Paralympians through the delivery of world-class programming across all three of our sport disciplines which include alpine skiing, para-alpine skiing, and ski cross. 

A great way to become part of the team is as a member of our flagship Podium Club program. The Podium Club is a long-term fundraising campaign aimed at building future ski champions. Our vision is to prepare the next generation of Olympians and Paralympians who will stand on the podium on the world stage. By becoming a Podium Club member you are supporting future Olympians and Paralympians, as well as athletes who are part of our elite development programs. You are also delivering essential resources to support our domestic programs aimed at ensuring our sport's sustainability and long term success.

The Podium Club has four levels of membership that each offer exclusive benefits.

$5,500 Annual Contribution - BRONZE MEDALLIST

Benefits include: (benefits across all levels)

  • Tax receipt for the total value of the deductible benefits received
  • One Helly Hansen Podium Club kit: jacket, sweater, toque
  • Adopt an athlete - you will be paired with an athlete for regular correspondences
  • Exclusive offers and discounts to Alpine Canada’s online store 
  • Access to Alpine Canada partner offers as offered
  • Invitations to exclusive Alpine Canada events and functions
  • Podium Club e-newsletter updates throughout the year
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$10,000 Annual Contribution - SILVER MEDALLIST

Benefits include:

  • Tax receipt for the total value of the deductible benefits received
  • One Helly Hansen Podium Club kit: jacket, sweater, toque and Canadian Alpine Ski Team replica jacket 
  • Adopt an athlete - you will be paired with an athlete for regular communications
  • Exclusive offers and discounts to Alpine Canada’s online store
  • Access to Alpine Canada partner offers as offered
  • Invitations to exclusive Alpine Canada events and functions
  • Podium Club e-newsletter updates throughout the year
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$25,000 Annual Contribution - GOLD MEDALIST

Benefits include:

  • Tax receipt for the total value of the deductible benefits received
  • Up to 3 Helly Hansen Podium Club kits: jacket, sweater, toque and Canadian Alpine Ski Team replica jacket 
  • Adopt an athlete - you will be paired with an athlete for regular communications
  • Exclusive offers and discounts to Alpine Canada’s online store 
  • Access to Alpine Canada partner offers as offered
  • Invitations to exclusive Alpine Canada events and functions
  • Podium Club e-newsletter updates throughout the year
Donate

$50,000 Annual Contribution - CRYSTAL GLOBE

Benefits include:

  • Tax receipt for the total value of the deductible benefits received
  • Up to 5 Helly Hansen Podium Club kits: jacket, sweater, toque and Canadian Alpine Ski Team replica jacket 
  • Adopt an athlete - you will be paired with an athlete for regular communications
  • Exclusive offers and discounts to Alpine Canada’s online store 
  • Access to Alpine Canada partner offers as offered
  • Invitations to exclusive Alpine Canada events and functions
  • Podium Club e-newsletter updates throughout the year
Donate

For more information about our Podium Club program, please contact:

Marie-Hélène Thibeault
Director, Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement
T 579.488.6670
mthibeault@alpinecanada.org 

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Competitive

Please note:

Categories apply to alpine, para-alpine and ski cross
Age is listed as of Dec. 31 this season
Members from Quebec are covered for Commercial General Liability under SQA's policy

Entry level (U10 and under)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in the Gliding Start through Learn to Train stages.
Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program. ***With appropriate sport accident insurance compliance
Competition - May travel to compete in sanctioned events locally. Canada district provinces (East & West) can compete regionally. 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. Out of Canada training/competition requires purchase of ACA provided Sport Accident Insurance (SAIP)
Registration form 

Recreational cards (U12-U21)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in the Skier Essentials and Learn to Train stages.
Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.***With appropriate sport accident insurance compliance
Competition - May travel to compete in events in any region within their province of registration. Does not allow for interprovincial competition. Ineligible for a FIS license, national team selection and national championship events.  
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability 
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. Out of Canada training/competition requires purchase of ACA provided Sport Accident Insurance (SAIP) 
Registration form  

National cards (U12-U21 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Train stages and beyond.
Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.***With appropriate sport accident insurance compliance
Competition - May compete outside of their province of registration. Eligible for a FIS license, national team selection* and national championships events. NOTE: Athletes must also hold a CAN FIS license for national team selection. Athletes are only required to hold 1 national card if they are a multi discipline athlete i.e. AL & SX

Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident.  Out of Canada training/competition requires purchase of ACA provided Sport Accident Insurance (SAIP)
Registration form  

FIS licenses (alpine and ski cross)

FIS licenses are issued separately for alpine and ski cross

Provincial FIS (U18 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Race stages and beyond over the age of 16 years.
Competition - Eligible to race in FIS events within their home province only.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Provinical FIS license
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, provincial health care.
Recommended Insurance - Family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  
Athlete declaration form
Medical evaluation form  

Canadian FIS (U18 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Race stages and beyond over the age of 16 years.
Competition - Eligible to race in FIS events within Canada.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for Canadian FIS license 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 3 and FIS Disability. 
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form
Athlete declaration form
Medical evaluation form  

FIS International (U18 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Race stages and beyond over the age of 16 years.
Competition - Eligible to race in FIS events internationally. ***Point restrictions applicable for Southern hemisphere racing.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian FIS license.  
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 2 and FIS Disability. NOTE: SAIP Class 1insurance may need to be purchased if an athlete will be outside of Canada for more than 30 days. Contact your PSO for more information.
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  
Athlete declaration form
Medical evaluation form 

Para-Alpine
IPC Canada license (U18 & Over)

Competition - Eligible to race in IPC sanctioned events within Canada.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian IPC license 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 3
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form

Athlete declaration form

Medical evaluation form  

IPC International license (U18 & Over)

Competition - Eligible to race in international IPC sanctioned events.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian IPC license 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 2  
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form 

Athlete declaration form

Medical evaluation form

Masters

Masters' Weekend Pass (U21 and over)

For members over the age of 18 competing in Masters' events. Weekend cards can be purchased in any region however not out of province. Masters athletes wishing to race in another province MUST hold a masters national card.

Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.
Competition - Valid for competition within home province only. 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended Insurance - Provincial Health Care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  

Masters' National Card (U21 and over)

For members over the age of 18 competing in Masters' events. National cards are purchased through your province of registration.

Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.
Competition - May compete in sanctioned masters events nationally. Eligible to purchase a FIS license.
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended Insurance - Provincial Health Care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  

Masters' FIS License

For members over the age of 30 years. Must hold a National card.

Competition - Eligible to race in FIS masters events internationally.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian FIS Masters License.
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident 
Registration form 

Athletes Declaration 

Medical evaluation form

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Committee members

Officials’ committee chair

John Lambert (Ontario) - jlambert_56@sympatico.ca or officials@alpinecanada.org 

Provincial Sport Organization Officials Chairs

British Columbia - Mark Schwenck - schwenck@telus.net

Alberta - Don Boyce - dlboyce@telusplanet.net

Ontario - Pete Dyson - dysonp@alpineontario.ca

Quebec - Yves Rolland - yrolland99@gmail.com

Canada District West* - Kent Code (Saskatchewan) - kent@outofbounds.org

*Canada district West includes; Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Nunavut and the North West Territories.

Canada District East* - Henrik Tonning (New Brunswick) - henrik.tonning@gnb.ca

Canada district East includes; Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundlad and Labrador

FIS Alpine TC Commission for Canada

Sue Schwartz (AB) - cdnfooter@hotmail.com

Members-at-large

ACA para-alpine race program: TBC.

ACA ski cross race program: Lauren Kucera - lkucera@alpinecanada.org

Ski cross education advisor: Paul Plotz - paul.plotz@ontario.ca

Translations: Jean-Yves Gregoire - jean-yves.gregoire@videotron.ca

Other members may be appointed on a special needs or project basis as required.

Committee resources
Committee minutes: Oct. 2011

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PDFs and Forms

Alpine

FIS rules
National competition rule book
Alpine Canada certification of race officials 
Alpine entry form for non-FIS events 
Alpine Canada referee report posting form 
Alpine Canada start/finish time recording form 
Alpine Canada snowseed per cent table 
Alpine Canada protest form 
Alpine Canada technical delegate report form 
Race personnel assignment sheet 
Alpine Canada team captains’ meeting agenda 
Alpine Canada electronic time recording sheet 
Alpine Canada start/finish referee recording form 
Hand time of day worksheet 
Alpine Canada minutes of jury decision or protest 
Alpine Canada race incident report form 
National race quality report 
National TD technical report 
Distribution of documents for FIS events
Jury qualifications for jury members and others 
Racer down protocol 
Checklist for Continental Cup organizers 

Gate judge material
Gate judge card 
Printing your gate judge cards 
Gate judge information 
Guidelines for gate judges 
Guidelines for the chief of gates 
Gate maintenance - snow damage types and repair technique 
Gate volunteer checklist

Timing material
National timing report information 
National timing booklet 
National technical timing report
Hand-timing form
Draw Timer Results Interface System (dTris)

Barry B-net system
Barry B-net installation
Barry B-net pocket guide
Barry B-net system website

Alpina B-net system
Alpina B-net installation 
Alpina B-net system website

Liski B-net system
Liski B-net installation 
Liski B-net instructions

SPM B-net system
SPM B-net guidelines

Dye
Race course dye presentation 
Race course dye summary

Para-alpine

IPC rules and regulations
Para-alpine key features
Para-alpine start manual

Ski cross

Level One officials' manual
Level One event management presentation 
Level One safety presentation
Training day grid
Competition day grid
Ski cross event manual
FIS Freestyle international competition rules
FIS Freestyle points rules

Ski cross course guidelines
Ski cross gate judge card
Ski cross FIS event ladders
Ski cross open event ladders

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Criteria & Publications

Criteria & Publications

Alpine Canada Strategic Plan

Documents and forms for Alpine Canada members

Alpine Criteria

Para-Alpine Critera

Ski Cross Criteria

Publications

2017-18 Year in Review

2016-17 Year in Review

2015-16 Year in Review

2014-15 Year in Review

Podium Club 2017-18

Financials 2013-14

Financials 2014-15

Financials 2015-16

Financials 2016-17

Financials 2017-18

Financials 2018 - 19

Financials 2019 - 20

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Masters

Masters

Who: Female and male ski racers aged 18 (as of December 31) to 85 and over.

What: The Alpine Canada Masters’ programme is a recreational programme that allows adult skiers to develop their technical skills and maintain a healthy lifestyle while competing with skiers from across the country and internationally.  Whether you are a former competitor or a new racer, the Masters’ programme is a fun way to enhance your skills on the slopes and be an example of the sport for life philosophy.

Get involved: Find a club near you to join a Masters programme and become an Alpine Canada member.  You can also contact your Masters’ regional representative for help.

Types of membership: Please note*** provincial fees vary by province.

Masters Weekend Pass:  Members over the age of 18 competing in Masters' events. Weekend cards can be purchased in any region however not out of province. Masters athletes wishing to race in another province MUST hold a masters national card. TRAINING - May train at any preapproved venue worldwide  with a registered club program. COMPETITION - Valid for competition within home province only. REQUIRED INSURANCE - Commerical general liability. RECOMMENDED INSURANCE - Provincial health care, family  or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident.

Masters National card:  For members over the age of 18 competing in Masters' events. National cards are purchased through your province of registration. TRAINING - May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program. COMPETITION - May compete in sanctioned masters events nationally. Eligible to purchase a FIS license. REQUIRED INSURANCE - Commercial general liability. RECOMMENDED INSURANCE - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident.

Masters FIS card: For members over the age of 30 years. must hold a National card. COMPETITION - Eligible to race in FIS masters events internationally. ***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian FIS masters license. REQUIRED INSURANCE - Commercial general liability. RECOMMENDED INSURANCE - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident.

FIS Masters’ equipment rules: Please note, FIS Masters’ ski length recommendations do not apply to the Canadian Masters’ events. Please visit the Alpine Canada Alpin National Competition Rules for further information in relation to National Masters equipment standards and the FIS site for FIS Masters equipment standards. 

International racers: All non-Canadian racers who wish to enter an Alpine Canada sanctioned race must have their entries submitted by their National Ski Organization (PSO) to Alpine Canada at minimum 2 weeks prior to the event. Entries are to be submitted to raceentries@alpinecanada.org. Incomplete or late entries will not be accepted.

FAQ about Masters' racing

Masters Resources: 
2018 Points List 2017 Points List 2016 points list2015 points list2014 points list2013 points list2012 points list2011 points list2010 points list 
2016-2017 Canadian Masters Team
Team selection criteria
Canadian Masters Hall of Fame
Awards
Contact info: National committee

National Masters Cup
Masters’ newsletter:  Subscribe,Masters on Facebook, Twitter (Cdn Alpine Masters) 

Master's Webpage: Alpine Canada Masters 

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Officials

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Alpine ski officials shall demonstrate high standards of judgment and competency as they represent Alpine Canada and their provincial alpine associations at all times. The hallmarks of good officials are promptness, firmness and justice, tempered by tact and consideration.

Officials must be impartial and must supervise and control an event in a manner that reflects the spirit and intent of the rules and regulations. They will provide a competition that will preserve the health and safety of all involved. They will do their utmost to guarantee that each competitor receives an equal and fair opportunity to win. They will promote sportsmanship and an atmosphere of enjoyment.

Officials must maintain high standards of moral and ethical conduct that includes self-controlled responsible behavior, consideration for others’ physical and emotional well-being, courtesy and good manners.

Officials must abstain from the use of illegal drugs and the consumption of alcohol while in the performance of their duties as a representative of Alpine Canada and their provincial alpine associations.

Officials must refrain from the use of profane, insulting, harassing or otherwise offensive language in the conduct of his/her duties.

Officials should both teach and learn with every assignment. Officials should exhibit and promote respect, understanding and compassion towards hosts, competitors, coaches and volunteers no matter where they are on the learning curve.

Officials must not engage in "on" or "off" the record criticism of race organizations, competitors, coaches and volunteers to the public or to other alpine skiing organizations. In giving event feedback to race organization, competitors, coaches and volunteers, officials shall make suggestions that are constructive, founded and relevant to the improvement of ski racing.

Disciplinary action against officials
If an official appears to have exhibited behavior or conduct that is contrary to the code of conduct and the parties concerned cannot resolve the matter informally, the following procedure shall be followed for all nationally-sanctioned events. Any complaints arising from a FIS-sanctioned event will be dealt with through the procedures established by the International Ski Association (FIS).

A complaint in writing describing the issue shall be submitted to the appropriate officials’ chair of the appropriate governing body:

LEVEL AUTHORITY
FIS FIS TD Commissioner for Canada
National championships Alpine Canada Officials' chair
Provincial championships PSO officials' chair
PSO and divisional events

PSO officials' chair

Local event Regional or zone officials’ chair


Lodging a complaint:

The appropriate officials’ chair shall review the submission and if they feel the matter warrants it, they shall establish a committee of three persons to consider whether action should be taken against the official. The chair may or may not be a member of the committee. The members of the committee should be drawn from persons experienced with ski racing. 

Should the officials’ chair, after reviewing the submission, feel that further action is not warranted, they shall communicate their decision in writing to the parties concerned explaining why. A copy of this decision will also be sent to the board (or an appropriate official) of the governing body.

Review by a committee:

A duly-constituted committee will determine the manner in which it will pursue an investigation of all relevant details concerning the complaint. The committee may invite further submissions from the parties, written or other; it may invite the parties to appear before it and provide oral evidence; it may seek information from anyone in addition to the parties who it feels may shed light on the matter; it may pursue any other avenue that in the committee’s opinion, would enable them to reach an informed decision. In all matters, the official shall be fully informed of the nature of the complaint and the evidence discovered through the investigation and be given an opportunity to respond in whatever manner the committee deems appropriate.  

After considering all relevant information, the committee will decide whether or not the complaint is justified and communicate that in writing to the parties with reasons for the decision. A copy of this decision will also be sent to the board (or an appropriate official) of the governing body.

Should the committee determine that actions of the official have violated the code of conduct, the committee may impose whatever consequences they feel appropriate including but not limited to: a sanction, direction for remedial training, reprimand, probation, revocation of participation privileges and/or loss of credentials.

Appeal of a decision:

The decision taken by the appropriate officials’ chair as to whether a complaint should proceed or of a review committee as to whether a breach of code has occurred, may be appealed by either party as outlined below:

The process for considering an appeal shall follow that of a complaint other than decisions by the national officials’ chair/review committee.

Where a decision of the national officials’ chair or a review committee brought together by the national officials’ chair is subject to an appeal, that appeal will be considered by the entire national officials’ committee excluding the chair and any members who were involved with the review committee, as the case may be. Decisions of the national officials’ committee are final and not subject to further review.

Competitors have the right to expect that officials have a high level of expertise so that results reflect the athletes' ability and skills without being compromised by the incompetence of race officials or "luck." As such, the National Alpine Officials’ Committee is in place to help Alpine Canada establish standards and develop tools that will allow provincial alpine associations to deliver their officials program efficiently and in a professional manner.

Categories requiring officials' certification

Administration Course Timing Jury
Race chairman Chief of race Chief of timing and calculations Technical delegate
Chief of administration (race secretary)

Chief of course

Chief of timing

TD candidate
Race office Chief of gate judges

Starter

Referee
Event quality Gate judge Assistant starter Assisstant referee
Chief of event quality

Course crew

Timer Start referee
Chief of ski area relations

Chief of equipment

Timer recorder Finish referee
Chief of media and awards

Chief steward

Chief of calculation  
  Steward Calculator  
    Finish controller  

Alpine Canada officials’ certification criteria

Level 1

Level 1 manual | Level 1 presentation

This is the entry-level course. It is an overall introduction to race organization and the various officials’ positions with particular emphasis on timekeeping and gate judging. There are no course prerequisites or required experience. Participants will benefit more if they have practical experience.

Course attendance automatically qualifies the participant as Level 1 Alpine Official. Parents of entry level and K1-level racers find this course an excellent introduction to race officiating and in gaining insight into the racing program as a whole.

Course description:
Time required: Three hours.
Course fee: Set by the provincial alpine associations’ officials’ chair – includes manual and officials’ pin
Prerequisites: None
Exam: None

Level 2

Level 2 manual | Level 2 presentation

This level is the second of three officials’ courses and is designed for those who have already taken the Level 1 course and have then obtained the necessary practical experience to qualify for Level 2.

Level 2 has been designed as a detailed introduction to the methodology of alpine ski racing, the types of races, rules, points systems as well as preparing officials for the managerial positions of chief of gates judges, chief of course, chief of race, start referee, finish referee and referee (coaches). It is a fairly intensive course and does not cover in any detail the material presented in Level 1.

The objectives of the course are to develop officials capable of functioning at a carded-level race and to provide a base of experience and knowledge to course participants to allow them to assume greater responsibilities at higher-level races.

Course description:
Time required: Eight hours plus a one-hour exam (may be done in one day or two evenings).
Course fee: Set by the provincial alpine associations’ officials’ chair – includes manual and officials’ pin.
Prerequisites: Level 1 certification and practical experience in at least three different 
officials’ positions from two different categories which cover a minimum of eight days race experience.
Exam: One hour – multiple choice, true/false and short answers. Open book.

Level 3

Level 3 manual (updated) | Level 3 presentation

This level further prepares officials for all chief positions and for minimum-entry qualifications for the Technical Delegate (TD) Program. It is designed for those officials who have obtained Level 2 and since then have gained specific practical experience as covered in the Alpine Officials’ Certification Program. It is an interactive course in which the major emphasis will be discussion and exchange of ideas, opinions and race experiences by the participants. An examination of the course outline will show the variety and depth of the material covered.

The level requires the official to gain all necessary knowledge (experience not included) to manage races at the national or FIS level. The course directs the participant to use the FIS ICR Book and apply the rules and their interpretation in precise circumstances. This level develops the volunteer’s judgment and leadership skills in concrete situations.

Course description: 
Time required: 12 hours. Generally given on a weekend but can be given over four evenings.
Course fee: Set by the provincial alpine associations’ officials’ chair – includes manual, course materials and officials’ pin.
Prerequisites: This course is only open to those who have the necessary prerequisites or are identified as being very close to having the necessary practical experience to take the course. Participants must be recommended by their provincial alpine associations’ officials’ chair.
Exam: Two-hour open book exam.

Level 4

This level is for those officials who have gained further experience at national or international level races and who have demonstrated superior knowledge and ability as an official. The provincial alpine associations’ officials’ chair must recommend the Level 4 nominee to the national Officials’ Committee.

Admission for coaches into the officials’ program
All Canadian Ski Coaches’ Federation (CSCF) Level 1 and higher can attend the Level 2 officials’ course without any other criteria of eligibility.
Prerequisite for referee – Level 2 CSCF and Level 2 official certification.
All Level 3 or 4 CSCF coaches can attend a Level 3 officials’ course without criteria of eligibility.

Officials’ recognition and identification
All officials will receive a national pin in recognition of their certification level.

Officials’ requirements to maintain certification
Upon qualification, the initial period of certification and practical requirements to maintain certification for each officials’ level is as follows:
Level 1    Three years    Activity as an official
Level 2    Three years    Work a minimum four race days in a three-year period and an officials’ update every two years.
Level 3    Two years       Work a minimum of  four- race days a year and an officials’ update every two years.
Level 4    Two years       Work four days a year as a TD or chief level or to the satisfaction of the officials’ chair. Attend an officials’ update every two years.


Technical delegate program

A technical delegate (TD) is a person who has advisory control over pre-race and race operation and together with other members of the jury has complete control over the competitive operation of a race. He or she along with the jury have the final decision in all matters of racer protection and have the authority to cancel, postpone or annul the race if necessary. In all cases, the TD is the representative of the governing body by whom he/she is appointed.

Technical delegate levels and criteria
A TD must have a broad working knowledge and experience as an official and have demonstrated an ability to handle a variety of on-hill situations in a calm and knowledgeable manner. The requirements for certification at the various levels are:

  1. Regional technical delegate (only Ontario) 
    • Level 2 officials’ certification. 
    • Recommended by the divisional and provincial alpine association’s officials’ chair. 
  2. PSO technical delegate – Technical (T)
    • Level 3 officials’ certification. 
    • Recommended by the provincial alpine association’s officials’ chair for TD certification. 
  3. PSO technical delegate – Technical/speed (T/S)
    • Level 3 officials’ certification. 
    • Certified in technical, downhill and super-G events. 
  4. National technical delegate
    • Level 4 officials’ certification. 
    • Licensed divisional TD (T) and/or (T/S). 
    • Recommended by the provincial alpine association’s officials’ chair to the Alpine Canada Officials’ Committee. 
  5. FIS technical delegate
    • The first step in entering the FIS TD program is nomination by two members of the national ski association, one of those members must be a licensed FIS technical delegate. The nomination must be signed by the PSO officials’ chair and PSO president prior to being sent to the Alpine Canada Officials’ Committee. The Alpine Canada Officials’ Committee TD sub-committee makes recommendations if the nominee should enter the FIS-candidate program and is accepted by the FIS commissioner for Canada.
    • If accepted, the candidate follows the program outlined in ICR 602.

*The minimum criteria to be assigned as a PSO/national technical delegate are the following:

  • Regional technical race: Level 2 
  • PSO technical race and speed event: Level 3 
  • National race events: Level 4. 

Race organization

The organizing committee of the sponsoring club or association is responsible for the overall conduct of an event.

The officials that are needed for an event will depend on the particular needs of the event and the availability of people. Nearly all of the activities needed to stage a FIS race take place at lower-level races. The various procedures will differ as will the number and qualifications of the various officials involved. For example, at a high-level race there will be a chief of awards and presentations to research and obtain prizes and to arrange a special awards ceremony. At a lower- level race, the race chairperson or the chief of administration (race secretary) will obtain the prizes and will quite often award them at the award ceremony. Further examples: the area ski patrol handles first aid and often security rather than a special team assembled just to cover that particular race; the chief of course will probably also act as chief of equipment and do course maintenance. In each case, the goal is accomplished and the rules were followed. 

Race organizing committee
The actual running of a race is done by the race organizing committee (ROC); the ROC’s chief or chairperson heads the committee. The race committee appoints the chief officials, assistants and crews.

Race jury
The jury is responsible for all decisions pertaining to the race, for the arbitration of protests and for upholding the rules. The jury members must collaborate closely with the race committee through the chief of race. Jury members include the technical delegate (chairman of the jury), chief of race, referee, assistant referee (for speed events) and two non-voting jury advisors - the start referee and finish referee. Jury members must be qualified with specific officials’ certifications for the level of race event.

Qualifications for jury members:

Downhill and super-G races

  • Chief of race:   
    • FIS - Level 3 - Official certification
    • PSO race - Level 2 certification
  • Assistant referee:    Coach with at least a Level 2 coach certification, plus Level 2 officials’ certification.
  • Referee:    Coach with at least a Level 2 coach certification and a Level 2 officials’ certification or a FIS or division licensed speed TD
  • Technical delegate:   
    • FIS - FIS technical delegate
    • PSO - Technical delegate - speed certification and minimum Level 3

Technical events

  • Technical delegate:   
    • FIS - FIS technical delegate
    • PSO - Minimum of Level 3 divisional technical delegate
    • Regional races - Level 2
  • Chief of race:   
    • FIS - Level 3 official
    • PSO - Level 2 official
  • Referee: Level 2 coach and Level 2 officials’ certification.
  • Assistant referee: Level 1 or 2 coach 

Introductory program 

  • All races, including weekly races must have one Level 2 official and three Level 1 officials in charge.

Note: the above are minimum qualifications for race jury positions.

Start and finish referees
In addition to the above, there are two jury advisors - start referee and finish referee. They are appointed by the race committee. They are responsible for the start and finish areas respectively. They advise the jury concerning competitor disqualifications and may with the approval of the jury allow provisional starts/re-runs.

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Alpine

FIS rules
National competition rule book
Alpine Canada certification of race officials 
Alpine entry form for non-FIS events 
Alpine Canada referee report posting form 
Alpine Canada start/finish time recording form 
Alpine Canada snowseed per cent table 
Alpine Canada protest form 
Alpine Canada technical delegate report form 
Race personnel assignment sheet 
Alpine Canada team captains’ meeting agenda 
Alpine Canada electronic time recording sheet 
Alpine Canada start/finish referee recording form 
Hand time of day worksheet 
Alpine Canada minutes of jury decision or protest 
Alpine Canada race incident report form 
National race quality report 
National TD technical report 
Distribution of documents for FIS events
Jury qualifications for jury members and others 
Racer down protocol 
Checklist for Continental Cup organizers 

FIS Timing Rules

FIS Forms

FIS Homologated Race Courses

Gate judge material
Gate judge card 
Printing your gate judge cards 
Gate judge information 
Guidelines for gate judges 
Guidelines for the chief of gates 
Gate maintenance - snow damage types and repair technique 
Gate volunteer checklist

Timing material
National timing report information 
National timing booklet 
National technical timing report
Hand-timing form
Draw Timer Results Interface System (dTris)

Barry B-net system
Barry B-net installation
Barry B-net system website

Alpina B-net system
Alpina B-net installation 
Alpina B-net system website

Liski B-net system
Liski B-net installation 
Liski B-net instructions

SPM B-net system
SPM B-net guidelines

Dye
Race course dye presentation 
Race course dye summary

Para-alpine

IPC rules and regulations
Para-alpine key features
Para-alpine start manual

Ski cross

Level One officials' manual
Level One event management presentation 
Level One safety presentation
Training day grid
Competition day grid
Ski cross event manual
FIS Freestyle international competition rules
FIS Freestyle points rules

Ski cross course guidelines
Ski cross gate judge card
Ski cross FIS event ladders
Ski cross open event ladders

Committee members

Officials’ committee chair

John Lambert (Ontario) - jlambert_56@sympatico.ca or officials@alpinecanada.org 

Provincial Sport Organization Officials Chairs

British Columbia - Mark Schwenck - schwenck@telus.net

Alberta - Don Boyce - dlboyce@telusplanet.net

Ontario - Pete Dyson - dysonp@alpineontario.ca

Quebec - Claude Marquis - claude.marquis53@gmail.com

Canada District West* - Aron Klassen (Saskatchewan) - aron@acelandservices.com​

*Canada district West includes; Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, Nunavut and the North West Territories.

Canada District East* - Henrik Tonning (New Brunswick) - henrik.tonning@gnb.ca

Canada district East includes; Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundlad and Labrador

FIS Alpine TD Commission for Canada

Doug Campbell (ON) - 56fuller@gmail.com

FIS Ski Cross TD Commission for Canada

Jim Hemlin – jimhemlin@hotmail.com

Members-at-large

ACA para-alpine race program: TBC.

ACA ski cross race program: Jim Hemlin - jimhemlin@hotmail.com​

Ski cross education advisor: Paul Plotz - paul.plotz@ontario.ca

Translations: Jean-Yves Gregoire - jean-yves.gregoire@videotron.ca

Western Canada FIS TD Coordinator - Sue Schwartz (AB) - cdnfooter@hotmail.com  

Other members may be appointed on a special needs or project basis as required.

Committee resources

Other members may be appointed on a special needs or project basis as required

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Development

Alpine Canada’s goal is to partner with our divisions in offering a progression of development opportunities and programs for young athletes at every stage of their development

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The following are a list of programs and projects offered by Alpine Canada and its divisions at various stages of the athlete-development pathway. These programs and projects were developed to support and complement the current network of clubs, regional teams and other alpine ski racing programs in Canada.

Snow Stars Skill Development Program

Snow Stars is a skill-development tool for young skiers operated by Alpine Canada since 2004.

This seven-step program will guide the child, coach and parent through a progression that is aligned with the Long Term Athlete Development Plan (AIM 2 WIN).

Optimal motor-skill development takes place primarily between aged five to 12. For this reason, the program is aimed generally at young skiers from Entry level to the end of U14. Snow Stars provides clubs and coaches guidance through the early "Windows of Trainability" when it is critical to carry out the "Right Athletic Development at the Right Time."

The goal of Snow Stars is to provide a solid foundation and knowledge base – physical, technical, tactical and mental – upon which to build children’s athletic abilities.

Snow Stars encourages the development of skiers and ski racers of all ability levels. It also encourages children to discover a pathway to the joy of skiing, competition and excellence in a fun and rewarding environment.

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Rising Star Camps

Aimed at the U16 and U18 age categories and the Learn to Race and Train to Race stages of the alpine ski racing LTAD, the goal of the Rising Star Training Camps is to bring athletes from all parts of Canada, and sometimes from other nations, together to create a high-level training environment and offer benchmarking opportunities.

Carving The Future - Para-Alpine Training Camps

Carving the future camps are held throughout Canada each year as an opportunity for athletes, parents, and coaches to experience para-alpine ski racing.

These camps are an excellent opportunity for athletes to learn more about Para-Alpine ski racing in Canada, as well as develop technical skills and working with Alpine Canada coaches and Staff.

For more information, please contact Mark Newton, Para-Alpine Sport & Development Manager: mnewton@alpinecanada.org.

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Who can become a member: Competitive and non-competitive skiers, coaches, officials, parents, volunteers and ski enthusiasts 
Which sports: Alpine, ski cross and para-alpine
Where: Across Canada 
How: Find a club near you on your provincial site below. 

National Membership: 
To become a member of Alpine Canada, please visit your Provincial or Territorial Sport Organisation’s website to find a locally sanctioned club.

For all competitive programs, annual national membership with Alpine Canada is mandatory. National membership dues are paid through your sanctioned club and you must be registered before the competition season begins.

For Alpine Canada national membership information for the upcoming season click here.  

Alberta – albertaalpine.ca 
B.C. – bcalpine.com 
Manitoba – skimanitoba.com 
New Brunswick – skinb.ca  
Newfoundland and Labrador – alpineskinl.ca 
Nova Scotia – alpineskinovascotia.ca 
Ontario – alpineontario.ca 
P.E.I. – email sports@sportpei.pe.ca for more information 
Quebec – skiquebec.qc.ca 
Saskatchewan – saskalpine.com 
Yukon – www.alpineyukon.com

International skiing

How to race internationally in alpine or ski cross: 

Once you are a member of Alpine Canada, you can purchase an International Ski Federation (FIS) licence to race internationally. FIS licences are only issued by the national ski organizations (e.g. Alpine Canada). Follow these five steps to get a FIS licence. 

Step one: Are you eligible?

Athletes who want to register for a FIS licence for alpine racing or ski cross must go through their provincial alpine organization and must:

  • Be a Canadian citizen
  • Be a fully-paid national card member of Alpine Canada in good standing
  • Be 16 years old before December 31 that year 

Step two: Complete the athlete declaration and medical form.

Complete the following FIS athlete declaration and medical form and submit them to your provincial alpine organization. 
FIS athlete declaration form
Alpine Canada medical form 

Step four: Fee payment.

Pay your FIS licensing fees to your provincial alpine organization (fees are remitted on your behalf to Alpine Canada by the province). 

Step five: Check your profile.

An athlete profile will be created on the FIS website and can be viewed in the FIS biography section one week after submitting the declaration and medical forms and payment. Be sure to check your profile online for accuracy and inform your provincial alpine organization if there are any errors on your profile. It is each athlete’s responsibility to make your provincial alpine organization aware of any issues with your profile.

Please note: Athletes may only carry one FIS licence. Athletes with dual citizenship must choose one national federation to represent them. For further details on FIS-license restrictions, please refer to the FIS International Competition Rules, section 203. 

If you are an Alpine Canada returning member, please visit our Members’ section for FIS licence renewal information.

Para-alpine athletes should contact their provincial alpine organization for information on International Paralympic Committee licensing.

Change of nation for FIS athletes:

If you are a FIS-carded athlete from another country but would like to compete as a member of Alpine Canada, you may change your nation prior to April 15th each year. Only athletes with dual citizenship or with a residence in Canada for a minimum of two years prior to the request may be granted a change of nation by FIS. Contact Alpine Canada’s Manager, Membership Services at a aavoledo@alpinecanada.org for more information.

2017-2018 Change of Nation Information


As an Alpine Canada member, each year you must renew your membership through your provincial alpine association.

Read about the categories of Alpine Canada membership

Steps for renewing your Alpine Canada membership: 

Step one: Update and sign the Alpine Canada membership registration form (check with your provincial alpine association to see if online registration is available in your area) and medical evaluation.

Membership registration form

Medical evaluation form  

Step two: Submit both forms to your provincial alpine association along with the membership fees for your province.  

For athletes with a FIS licence: If you are an athlete racing with an International Ski Federation (FIS) licence – which allows you to race internationally – it is important to renew you licence each year by June 15 to protect your point profile from the previous season. For information on how to obtain your first FIS license, visit our Become a Member page. 

Steps for FIS-licence renewal: 

Step one: Ensure you have completed your Alpine Canada membership registration form, update your Alpine Canada medical form and submit to your provincial alpine association by June 15.

Medical evaluation form 

Step two: Pay the yearly fee to your provincial alpine association by June 15. Check with your province for information on fees in your region. 

Your information and fees will be forwarded by your province to Alpine Canada who will then activate with FIS.

Step three: Check your FIS profile on the FIS website to ensure your card has been activated one week after all forms and fees have been submitted to your province or territory. Be sure to check your profile online for accuracy and inform your province if there are any errors. It is each athlete’s responsibility to make your provincial alpine association aware of any issues with your profile.

FIS-licence cancellation:

FIS-licence cancellations cost $55 and must come through your provincial alpine association to Alpine Canada. There are absolutely no refunds after October 15.  

Alpine Canada offers insurance coverage to its members for the following areas through the Canadian Snowsports Association and the International Ski Federation (FIS).

Commercial general liability
Directors' and officers' liability
Sport accident insurance policy
FIS invalidity coverage

Level and scope of coverage varies by activity type and membership category.

How do I access these types of coverage?

To activate or renew coverage for a member: 

Step one: Register for membership with your local club - fill in the Alpine Canada membership form and waiver and then file with your club. Read about how to become an Alpine Canada member
Step two: Pay fees in full according to the club/provincial alpine association deadlines.

For FIS-level members:  
Step one: Sign athlete declaration. FIS athlete declaration form 
Step two: Ensure your profile is accurate on the FIS website

Proof of insurance requests:

A facility, training or hosting venue may request a proof of insurance certificate listing your clubs name along with the proprietor’s name. To obtain a proof of insurance certificate a request form must be completed. Each certificate request is at a cost of $30. At the time of the request submission, a credit card authorization form will be provided to the individual requesting the certificate. Certificates will not be released until payment has been provided. Please allow for two weeks to process the certificate request.

REMINDER (October, 2014). The certificates of insurance should only be requested and issued where the 3rd party is seeking proof that the club or event is insured and/or wants to be added to the policy as an additional insured. All clubs, club members of the NSO and activities that are calendared are covered – Unless the activity is unusual or not normal to the sport.

It is encouraged that a single certificate of insurance cover all the 3rd party entities for a club, region or zone to avoid separate certificates of insurance where ever possible. It is essential that the correct legal name and address for the entity who wants to be added is provided.

Certificate of insurance request form

Important note: All FIS-calendared races have certificates of insurance created by Alpine Canada and will be distributed to the race organizing committee via the provincial alpine association prior to your event. Please do not submit a request form for a FIS-calendared race and incur an unnecessary fee. Contact your provincial alpine association or Alpine Canada to obtain a copy.

Other helpful insurance tools:
Ski club risk management manual  
Coaches’ training site hazard assessment guide  

Please contact your provincial alpine association for further information.

Single penalty for injured athletes:

If you are injured and will be away from competition for an extended period of time, talk to your coach about having a single penalty applied to your FIS profile to protect your points while you heal.

You can review the single penalty rules in the alpine and ski cross FIS Points rule book.  

Steps to file for injured status:

Step one: Fill out and sign the FIS single penalty form.

FIS single penalty form (alpine)

FIS single penalty form (ski cross)

Step two: Obtain a signed doctor’s note explaining the type of injury and expected time away from competition.

Step three: Submit both documents to your provincial alpine association.

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Alpine Canada employs coaches, ski techs, medical personnel and office staff both on a seasonal and full-time basis. Our main headquarters are located in Calgary, Alberta; however, many of Alpine Canada’s staff travel around the globe with our world-class ski teams.

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