By Craig Taggart, National Recognition Committee Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) This is another call for nominations for national recognition – formerly known as national awards. All nominations are made through the NDS. The deadline for nominations for 2020 recognition is February 15.
By Craig Taggart, National Recognition Committee Chair (email@example.com) As an organization, it is inevitable that current and former members pass away. In recent years, there have been various ways to recognize these individuals through social media – with no standard.
By Nancy Askin, Evaluations Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org) Presently all members of the CSP must successfully complete a series of evaluations including a series of skills (advanced first aid training record), one diagnostic evaluation, a 100-question multiple choice evaluation covering all of
By Anne Haley-Callaghan, Corporate Secretary (email@example.com) The Canadian Ski Patrol will hold the annual general meeting of members, as required by our bylaw and the The Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, during Altitude 2020 in Calgary next June. In January, 2020,
By Geoff Scotton, Ski Improvement Clinic Coordinator, Mountain Division firstname.lastname@example.org Time may have run out to be part of the 2020 CSP Mountain Division Ski Improvement Clinic, held at B.C.’s Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in January and February. The event
By Jack Haley, National First Aid Competition Coordinator (email@example.com) It’s time to throw down the gauntlet with your fellow patrollers, to sharpen your competitive edge and fulfil your Type A personality. You proved your abilities during training, and you
By Pam FitzGerald, Financial Oversight Committee Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Note: the content of this article has been endorsed by the CSP Financial Oversight Committee.) Recently, two specific tax queries have come forward regarding membership in the Canadian Ski Patrol and
Devon Murphy had just finished an evening of CSP recruiting at D’Arcy McGee High School in September, 2018 in Gatineau, Quebec. As he was leaving he noticed an ambulance pulling into the parking lot at approximately the same time he
Bart Meuring was in attendance at a general meeting of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club in Toronto in late January, 2019. After one of the speakers returned to his seat near the front, Bart noticed a commotion from that area.
Dear CSP Members, Winter has arrived in Canada and many of you have already started to patrol at your home resorts. The CSP national board of directors and the national management team would like to take a moment to wish