Pierre Pierre Blais – Life Member No. 70 Pierre Pierre Blais has contributed greatly to the CSP and has impacted at all levels: zone, division and national. He has championed the goal of bilingualism at all levels with great success.
June 3, 2019 Dear zone presidents and division presidents At the national fall meeting in 2017, there were concerns raised about the long-term sustainability of the training and development portfolio given the increased complexity of managing all the training
Call for Nominations to Board of Directors V2.0 FINAL
Announcement – Annual Meeting of Members 2019
March 20, 2019 Dear division presidents and zone presidents, I want to thank everyone who submitted an application for the Strategic Design Steering Committee. As of today, March 20, 2019, nine (9) applications have been received. In order
March 1, 2019 The Canadian Ski Patrol is seeking a CSP Member to serve as the Vice President of Members and Resorts. This position is open to all CSP regular members and the application deadline is Friday, March 15, 2019.
By Greg McCormick, VP Brand and Partners (email@example.com) We are happy to share a new proposal for our Altitude conference. This acknowledges and we hope addresses concerns raised by zone and division leaders over the last year, including financial
To the members of the Canadian Ski Patrol: We are at the beginning of an exciting next chapter in our proud history. As part of a planned transition, we have selected the executive search firm of Odgers Berndtson (www.odgersberndtson.com)
By Colin Saravanamuttoo, President and CEO (firstname.lastname@example.org) Further to the separate announcement of Justin Lane’s departure, we are looking for a new vice-president of Training and Development. We will be following the same process as for other recent openings on
By Greg McCormick, VP Brand and Partners (email@example.com) The Canadian Ski Patrol’s new recognition program needs seven enthusiastic, positive and active CSP team-players to contribute to the national award selection process. The job description outlines the role, desired qualifications and
This note is to let you know about an exciting volunteer opportunity on the national management team. Following the recent resignation of Andrew Larcombe for health reasons, we are looking for a new Vice-President of Business Operations. This is a
This season the Canadian Ski Patrol will launch its new awards program, which has been rebranded as the recognition program. To support these new changes, the Brand and Partners team needs an active CSP member with a positive and upbeat
By Michael Hewett, eStore Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org) The CSP’s eStore has been up and running for a year now, offering CSP-branded casual clothing and other items through our partnership with BrandAlliance. Currently, we have limited edition 75th anniversary items with limited
By Renee Thivierge, Office Manager (email@example.com) The FOX 40 classic whistle is now available for sale through CSP national headquarters. The white whistles with CSP logo imprinted in red are available for order at $4 each until December 15, 2016.
By Geoff Scotton, VP Brand and Partners (firstname.lastname@example.org) Please welcome Moncton, New Brunswick-native Cindy Leblanc as the CSP’s new social media manager, while offering a big thank-you to outgoing manager Nick Kroeger. Cindy has been involved in the CSP’s social
On Sunday, March 29, 2015, Len Fornelli was on duty at the Ski Vorlage ski area, in Wakefield, Quebec, part of Gatineau Zone. He watched a young skier do several fairly aggressive runs down the Birch Valley run and on
On August 2, 2015, members of the Canadian Ski Patrol at Mt-Farlagne were providing first aid services for the annual Foire Brayonne 3-k, 5-k and 10-k race. By 10 a.m., the temperature was 23 C. With the humidity factored in,
By Richard Schreier, National Awards Chairman (email@example.com) This is the third in a series of articles about CSP national awards. While the CSP (Canadian Ski Patroller Award) is our highest operational award, I think the CSP Life Membership Award is
By John Jesse, Saskatchewan Division President (firstname.lastname@example.org) I vividly remember my first incident call as a new patroller. It was my second shift and when the call came in I knew I was closest to the location and somewhat nervously
By Geoff Scotton, VP Brand and Partners (email@example.com) Improvements with how the CSP communicates are set to launch soon, aimed at getting the right information to the right people the right way at the right time. Soon, the CSP will