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Are you a Club Mont Ste. Marie Member?

 There are a lot of great reasons to be a Club Mont Ste. Marie member, most importantly supporting the growth and development of the Alpine program for our athletes. The Club also supports various social activities which we are keen to resume, hopefully in the near future!


Club membership is automatically included for those families registered in the Alpine Racing program, but all friends and extended families are invited and encouraged to join the Club! Membership is required to have access to sign up for various volunteer opportunities throughout the season. 


We have transitioned to a new Club platform, and hence the process for membership has changed. Please follow the instructions below to join:


- Click on Register in the upper right hand corner

- Adults seeking to register themselves or their families you would select: "I am an adult looking to register myself as a Club member"

- Create a profile for you and/or your family

- Once complete, please go to the home page to Login to the portal (top right corner) and enter the site with your user name and password. Portal website:  https://app.clubs.studio/en/login

- Please go to ”Store” on the left side of the page

- Select “Add to cart” on either the “Family Membership – Club MSM” or “Individual “Friend of Club MSM” Membership” and follow instructions


Congratulations Team MSM, we WON! An incredible team effort and come from behind victory to capture the $50,000.

We collectively posted 4,200 Instagram photos that captured the spirit of MSM, proving that our little community sure punches above its weight, beating out sixty other Peaks from across Canada. For quick historical reference, you can always visit Instagram and type in #toppeakmontstemarie. The photos should be there forever.

To honour Mackenzie and to thank them for the $50,000, we are officially changing the section of the Dustin Cook run known as "Rock Cut" to the "Mackenzie Cut."

Thank you to Mackenzie Investments for pulling all of us and the country of skiers together. It's been fun. Congratulations to all finalists and especially to Calabogie and Camp Fortune for also reaching the top five. As a consolation, the good news is that the "Mackenzie Cut" will benefit their athletes as well, the region wins.

Thanks to everyone that has donated towards the DCTC project and to all those that posted like mad to win this contest. #toppeakmontstemarie #mackenzietoppeakcontest #alpinecanada #skiquebec @alpinecanada @skiquebecalpin @mackenzieinvest #mackenzieinvestments #skiclubmsm @montstemarie #montstemarie Club Mont Ste Marie

Covid-19 Vaccination Policy for Club Mont Ste Marie


Dear Club MSM Members,


The board of Club Mont Ste. Marie has approved the implementation of a Covid-19 vaccine mandate for all athletes, coaches, and volunteers. This policy is effective immediately and will impact dryland training.


After consultation with legal and health experts, it became clear that a vaccine mandate was the best route forward for the health and safety of all members and for the long-term viability of Club MSM. Our policy will be in sync with existing policies, such as the one implemented at Camp Fortune.


The Club MSM vaccine mandate is attached below. Please read it carefully.


If you have any questions regarding the vaccine mandate and how it may impact you, please contact me at ross.rowan.legg@cibc.ca. If you have specific health related questions surrounding the vaccine mandate, I suggest you contact Matt McInnes at mcinnes.matt@gmail.com


Ross Rowan-Legg

President, Club Mont Ste. Marie



 

Policy Statement

Effective October 4, 2021, Club MSM requires all participants eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in their province of their principal residence to be fully vaccinated prior to participating in any events sanctioned by Club MSM. Full vaccination means 2 weeks post second vaccine dose. Reasonable accommodation will be given to participants who become eligible for vaccination during the season (e.g. those born in 2010).

Club MSM participants are defined as: Club MSM athletes, Club MSM coaches and Club MSM volunteers. Club MSM sanctioned events include, but are not limited to, any formal or informal club activities such as training, races, social events and volunteer activities. 

Compliance with this policy is mandatory and failure to comply will result in not being able to participate in Club MSM sanctioned events. This policy may be amended subject to changes in guidance from public health authorities, the SQA or other relevant governing bodies.


Rationale for the Policy:

The health and safety of all Club MSM participants is the top priority. The purpose of this policy is to protect the health and safety of all of participants in a manner consistent with current and evolving Federal and Provincial public health policy requirements and recommendations. In addition to other public health measures, this policy is necessary to further prevent the outbreak of COVID-19 due to the risk factors for COVID-19 infection that are present while participating in Club MSM sanctioned events.


Confirmation of Vaccination:

Confirmation of vaccination must be provided upon request in the form and manner specified by Club MSM. Each participant must confirm vaccination status; this will be noted in their membership file. No additional records will be retained by Club MSM regarding vaccination status.


Exceptions

If a participant has a medical reason for not getting vaccinated, they should submit a note from a medical doctor licensed in Ontario or Quebec to The Club Health & Safety Committee for review.


Confidentiality:

Club MSM will ensure the safeguarding and confidentiality of private health information. The Club will keep the record of an individual's vaccination status/exemption confidential and will only be accessible by the Club MSM Health and Safety Committee. 


Refunds: 

In the event that this policy precludes athlete participation in club events, a refund of the registration deposit will be issued. Claims for refunds must be made by October 31st. Refunds will not be provided beyond this date.


Competition Update - January 14, 2022


Return to competition with strict safety protocols has been approved!


Please see the following links for statements and guidelines:


- SQA Phase 3 - January 14, 2022 - Return to competition 

- Return to competition January 14: Message from the General Director of Ski Quebec Alpin, Daniel Paul Lavallée

Québec Measures in place as of December 31 

MSM ski hill measures in place

 

Safe Sport


To all Club MSM members,

 

In the last year, the OSZ/NCD Zone has put forward a Safe Sport Committee with the mandate of promoting the awareness of safe sport in the context of Alpine Canada and SQA’s commitment to ensuring a sport environment free of maltreatment.

 

The Safe Sport movement is about optimizing the sport experience for all – athletes, coaches, sport administrators, officials, and others in the sport community. Everyone has the right to participate in a sport environment that is safe, inclusive and respectful, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, sexual or gender identity, and that is free from all forms of Maltreatment, including physical harm, psychological harm, sexual harm, and neglect. We need to all work together to create this safe, inclusive, equitable and welcoming sport environment where we encourage:

  • Increased mental and physical health for participants;
  • Skill development;
  • Winning as a by-product of athlete development;
  • Future growth of the sport;
  • Fun and learning as the #1 outcome!!!

 As part of the proposed awareness campaign, the Safe Sport Committee will provide all clubs with various resources which can be shared with members, to help educate them on what safe sport is. This includes the UCCMS (Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport) which has been adopted by Alpine Canada and Alpine Ontario(AOA), Sport Quebec Policy and Code of Conduct, which had been adopted by Ski Quebec Alpin(SQA), as well as Safe Sport educational modules. There will also be events where guest speakers will be invited to share their own experiences and insight on the development of a positive sport environment. The first of these, a presentation by Allison Forsyth, former Canadian Olympian, occurred at the Officials’ All Hands meeting on Nov 3.

 

The role of the Safe Sport Committee going forward will be to drive and provide focus as part of the OSZ/NCD commitment to ensuring a sport environment that is safe and free from all forms of maltreatment. For the 2021/22 ski season these efforts will be centred on awareness and education.  We are looking for additional members of the OSZ/NCD community to join the committee and help us with this important work for the benefit of all involved in our collective region - athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, sport administrators and all others involved in alpine across OSZ and NCD zones.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Safe Sport Committee’s mandate, safe sport in general or are interesting in learning more about the committee, please contact: SafeSportOSZNCD@gmail.com

 

Sincerely,


Ross Rowan-Legg, President, Club MSM

Courtney Wagner, Alpine Director, Club MSM

Congratulations Team MSM, we WON! An incredible team effort and come from behind victory to capture the $50,000.

We collectively posted 4,200 Instagram photos that captured the spirit of MSM, proving that our little community sure punches above its weight, beating out sixty other Peaks from across Canada. For quick historical reference, you can always visit Instagram and type in #toppeakmontstemarie. The photos should be there forever.

To honour Mackenzie and to thank them for the $50,000, we are officially changing the section of the Dustin Cook run known as "Rock Cut" to the "Mackenzie Cut."

Thank you to Mackenzie Investments for pulling all of us and the country of skiers together. It's been fun. Congratulations to all finalists and especially to Calabogie and Camp Fortune for also reaching the top five. As a consolation, the good news is that the "Mackenzie Cut" will benefit their athletes as well, the region wins.

Thanks to everyone that has donated towards the DCTC project and to all those that posted like mad to win this contest. #toppeakmontstemarie #mackenzietoppeakcontest #alpinecanada #skiquebec @alpinecanada @skiquebecalpin @mackenzieinvest #mackenzieinvestments #skiclubmsm @montstemarie #montstemarie Club Mont Ste Marie

Competition Update - January 14, 2022


Return to competition with strict safety protocols has been approved!


Please see the following links for statements and guidelines:


- SQA Phase 3 - January 14, 2022 - Return to competition 

- Return to competition January 14: Message from the General Director of Ski Quebec Alpin, Daniel Paul Lavallée

Québec Measures in place as of December 31 

MSM ski hill measures in place

 

Safe Sport


To all Club MSM members,

 

In the last year, the OSZ/NCD Zone has put forward a Safe Sport Committee with the mandate of promoting the awareness of safe sport in the context of Alpine Canada and SQA’s commitment to ensuring a sport environment free of maltreatment.

 

The Safe Sport movement is about optimizing the sport experience for all – athletes, coaches, sport administrators, officials, and others in the sport community. Everyone has the right to participate in a sport environment that is safe, inclusive and respectful, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, sexual or gender identity, and that is free from all forms of Maltreatment, including physical harm, psychological harm, sexual harm, and neglect. We need to all work together to create this safe, inclusive, equitable and welcoming sport environment where we encourage:

  • Increased mental and physical health for participants;
  • Skill development;
  • Winning as a by-product of athlete development;
  • Future growth of the sport;
  • Fun and learning as the #1 outcome!!!

 As part of the proposed awareness campaign, the Safe Sport Committee will provide all clubs with various resources which can be shared with members, to help educate them on what safe sport is. This includes the UCCMS (Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport) which has been adopted by Alpine Canada and Alpine Ontario(AOA), Sport Quebec Policy and Code of Conduct, which had been adopted by Ski Quebec Alpin(SQA), as well as Safe Sport educational modules. There will also be events where guest speakers will be invited to share their own experiences and insight on the development of a positive sport environment. The first of these, a presentation by Allison Forsyth, former Canadian Olympian, occurred at the Officials’ All Hands meeting on Nov 3.

 

The role of the Safe Sport Committee going forward will be to drive and provide focus as part of the OSZ/NCD commitment to ensuring a sport environment that is safe and free from all forms of maltreatment. For the 2021/22 ski season these efforts will be centred on awareness and education.  We are looking for additional members of the OSZ/NCD community to join the committee and help us with this important work for the benefit of all involved in our collective region - athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, sport administrators and all others involved in alpine across OSZ and NCD zones.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Safe Sport Committee’s mandate, safe sport in general or are interesting in learning more about the committee, please contact: SafeSportOSZNCD@gmail.com

 

Sincerely,


Ross Rowan-Legg, President, Club MSM

Courtney Wagner, Alpine Director, Club MSM


Are you a Club Mont Ste. Marie Member?

 There are a lot of great reasons to be a Club Mont Ste. Marie member, most importantly supporting the growth and development of the Alpine program for our athletes. The Club also supports various social activities which we are keen to resume, hopefully in the near future!


Club membership is automatically included for those families registered in the Alpine Racing program, but all friends and extended families are invited and encouraged to join the Club! Membership is required to have access to sign up for various volunteer opportunities throughout the season. 


We have transitioned to a new Club platform, and hence the process for membership has changed. Please follow the instructions below to join:


- Click on Register in the upper right hand corner

- Adults seeking to register themselves or their families you would select: "I am an adult looking to register myself as a Club member"

- Create a profile for you and/or your family

- Once complete, please go to the home page to Login to the portal (top right corner) and enter the site with your user name and password. Portal website:  https://app.clubs.studio/en/login

- Please go to ”Store” on the left side of the page

- Select “Add to cart” on either the “Family Membership – Club MSM” or “Individual “Friend of Club MSM” Membership” and follow instructions


Covid-19 Vaccination Policy for Club Mont Ste Marie


Dear Club MSM Members,


The board of Club Mont Ste. Marie has approved the implementation of a Covid-19 vaccine mandate for all athletes, coaches, and volunteers. This policy is effective immediately and will impact dryland training.


After consultation with legal and health experts, it became clear that a vaccine mandate was the best route forward for the health and safety of all members and for the long-term viability of Club MSM. Our policy will be in sync with existing policies, such as the one implemented at Camp Fortune.


The Club MSM vaccine mandate is attached below. Please read it carefully.


If you have any questions regarding the vaccine mandate and how it may impact you, please contact me at ross.rowan.legg@cibc.ca. If you have specific health related questions surrounding the vaccine mandate, I suggest you contact Matt McInnes at mcinnes.matt@gmail.com


Ross Rowan-Legg

President, Club Mont Ste. Marie



 

Policy Statement

Effective October 4, 2021, Club MSM requires all participants eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in their province of their principal residence to be fully vaccinated prior to participating in any events sanctioned by Club MSM. Full vaccination means 2 weeks post second vaccine dose. Reasonable accommodation will be given to participants who become eligible for vaccination during the season (e.g. those born in 2010).

Club MSM participants are defined as: Club MSM athletes, Club MSM coaches and Club MSM volunteers. Club MSM sanctioned events include, but are not limited to, any formal or informal club activities such as training, races, social events and volunteer activities. 

Compliance with this policy is mandatory and failure to comply will result in not being able to participate in Club MSM sanctioned events. This policy may be amended subject to changes in guidance from public health authorities, the SQA or other relevant governing bodies.


Rationale for the Policy:

The health and safety of all Club MSM participants is the top priority. The purpose of this policy is to protect the health and safety of all of participants in a manner consistent with current and evolving Federal and Provincial public health policy requirements and recommendations. In addition to other public health measures, this policy is necessary to further prevent the outbreak of COVID-19 due to the risk factors for COVID-19 infection that are present while participating in Club MSM sanctioned events.


Confirmation of Vaccination:

Confirmation of vaccination must be provided upon request in the form and manner specified by Club MSM. Each participant must confirm vaccination status; this will be noted in their membership file. No additional records will be retained by Club MSM regarding vaccination status.


Exceptions

If a participant has a medical reason for not getting vaccinated, they should submit a note from a medical doctor licensed in Ontario or Quebec to The Club Health & Safety Committee for review.


Confidentiality:

Club MSM will ensure the safeguarding and confidentiality of private health information. The Club will keep the record of an individual's vaccination status/exemption confidential and will only be accessible by the Club MSM Health and Safety Committee. 


Refunds: 

In the event that this policy precludes athlete participation in club events, a refund of the registration deposit will be issued. Claims for refunds must be made by October 31st. Refunds will not be provided beyond this date.



Competition Update - January 14, 2022


Return to competition with strict safety protocols has been approved!


Please see the following links for statements and guidelines:


- SQA Phase 3 - January 14, 2022 - Return to competition 

- Return to competition January 14: Message from the General Director of Ski Quebec Alpin, Daniel Paul Lavallée

Québec Measures in place as of December 31 

MSM ski hill measures in place

 

Safe Sport


To all Club MSM members,

 

In the last year, the OSZ/NCD Zone has put forward a Safe Sport Committee with the mandate of promoting the awareness of safe sport in the context of Alpine Canada and SQA’s commitment to ensuring a sport environment free of maltreatment.

 

The Safe Sport movement is about optimizing the sport experience for all – athletes, coaches, sport administrators, officials, and others in the sport community. Everyone has the right to participate in a sport environment that is safe, inclusive and respectful, regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, sexual or gender identity, and that is free from all forms of Maltreatment, including physical harm, psychological harm, sexual harm, and neglect. We need to all work together to create this safe, inclusive, equitable and welcoming sport environment where we encourage:

  • Increased mental and physical health for participants;
  • Skill development;
  • Winning as a by-product of athlete development;
  • Future growth of the sport;
  • Fun and learning as the #1 outcome!!!

 As part of the proposed awareness campaign, the Safe Sport Committee will provide all clubs with various resources which can be shared with members, to help educate them on what safe sport is. This includes the UCCMS (Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport) which has been adopted by Alpine Canada and Alpine Ontario(AOA), Sport Quebec Policy and Code of Conduct, which had been adopted by Ski Quebec Alpin(SQA), as well as Safe Sport educational modules. There will also be events where guest speakers will be invited to share their own experiences and insight on the development of a positive sport environment. The first of these, a presentation by Allison Forsyth, former Canadian Olympian, occurred at the Officials’ All Hands meeting on Nov 3.

 

The role of the Safe Sport Committee going forward will be to drive and provide focus as part of the OSZ/NCD commitment to ensuring a sport environment that is safe and free from all forms of maltreatment. For the 2021/22 ski season these efforts will be centred on awareness and education.  We are looking for additional members of the OSZ/NCD community to join the committee and help us with this important work for the benefit of all involved in our collective region - athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers, sport administrators and all others involved in alpine across OSZ and NCD zones.

 

If you have any questions regarding the Safe Sport Committee’s mandate, safe sport in general or are interesting in learning more about the committee, please contact: SafeSportOSZNCD@gmail.com

 

Sincerely,


Ross Rowan-Legg, President, Club MSM

Courtney Wagner, Alpine Director, Club MSM


Are you a Club Mont Ste. Marie Member?

 There are a lot of great reasons to be a Club Mont Ste. Marie member, most importantly supporting the growth and development of the Alpine program for our athletes. The Club also supports various social activities which we are keen to resume, hopefully in the near future!


Club membership is automatically included for those families registered in the Alpine Racing program, but all friends and extended families are invited and encouraged to join the Club! Membership is required to have access to sign up for various volunteer opportunities throughout the season. 


We have transitioned to a new Club platform, and hence the process for membership has changed. Please follow the instructions below to join:


- Click on Register in the upper right hand corner

- Adults seeking to register themselves or their families you would select: "I am an adult looking to register myself as a Club member"

- Create a profile for you and/or your family

- Once complete, please go to the home page to Login to the portal (top right corner) and enter the site with your user name and password. Portal website:  https://app.clubs.studio/en/login

- Please go to ”Store” on the left side of the page

- Select “Add to cart” on either the “Family Membership – Club MSM” or “Individual “Friend of Club MSM” Membership” and follow instructions


Congratulations Team MSM, we WON! An incredible team effort and come from behind victory to capture the $50,000.

We collectively posted 4,200 Instagram photos that captured the spirit of MSM, proving that our little community sure punches above its weight, beating out sixty other Peaks from across Canada. For quick historical reference, you can always visit Instagram and type in #toppeakmontstemarie. The photos should be there forever.

To honour Mackenzie and to thank them for the $50,000, we are officially changing the section of the Dustin Cook run known as "Rock Cut" to the "Mackenzie Cut."

Thank you to Mackenzie Investments for pulling all of us and the country of skiers together. It's been fun. Congratulations to all finalists and especially to Calabogie and Camp Fortune for also reaching the top five. As a consolation, the good news is that the "Mackenzie Cut" will benefit their athletes as well, the region wins.

Thanks to everyone that has donated towards the DCTC project and to all those that posted like mad to win this contest. #toppeakmontstemarie #mackenzietoppeakcontest #alpinecanada #skiquebec @alpinecanada @skiquebecalpin @mackenzieinvest #mackenzieinvestments #skiclubmsm @montstemarie #montstemarie Club Mont Ste Marie

Covid-19 Vaccination Policy for Club Mont Ste Marie


Dear Club MSM Members,


The board of Club Mont Ste. Marie has approved the implementation of a Covid-19 vaccine mandate for all athletes, coaches, and volunteers. This policy is effective immediately and will impact dryland training.


After consultation with legal and health experts, it became clear that a vaccine mandate was the best route forward for the health and safety of all members and for the long-term viability of Club MSM. Our policy will be in sync with existing policies, such as the one implemented at Camp Fortune.


The Club MSM vaccine mandate is attached below. Please read it carefully.


If you have any questions regarding the vaccine mandate and how it may impact you, please contact me at ross.rowan.legg@cibc.ca. If you have specific health related questions surrounding the vaccine mandate, I suggest you contact Matt McInnes at mcinnes.matt@gmail.com


Ross Rowan-Legg

President, Club Mont Ste. Marie



 

Policy Statement

Effective October 4, 2021, Club MSM requires all participants eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in their province of their principal residence to be fully vaccinated prior to participating in any events sanctioned by Club MSM. Full vaccination means 2 weeks post second vaccine dose. Reasonable accommodation will be given to participants who become eligible for vaccination during the season (e.g. those born in 2010).

Club MSM participants are defined as: Club MSM athletes, Club MSM coaches and Club MSM volunteers. Club MSM sanctioned events include, but are not limited to, any formal or informal club activities such as training, races, social events and volunteer activities. 

Compliance with this policy is mandatory and failure to comply will result in not being able to participate in Club MSM sanctioned events. This policy may be amended subject to changes in guidance from public health authorities, the SQA or other relevant governing bodies.


Rationale for the Policy:

The health and safety of all Club MSM participants is the top priority. The purpose of this policy is to protect the health and safety of all of participants in a manner consistent with current and evolving Federal and Provincial public health policy requirements and recommendations. In addition to other public health measures, this policy is necessary to further prevent the outbreak of COVID-19 due to the risk factors for COVID-19 infection that are present while participating in Club MSM sanctioned events.


Confirmation of Vaccination:

Confirmation of vaccination must be provided upon request in the form and manner specified by Club MSM. Each participant must confirm vaccination status; this will be noted in their membership file. No additional records will be retained by Club MSM regarding vaccination status.


Exceptions

If a participant has a medical reason for not getting vaccinated, they should submit a note from a medical doctor licensed in Ontario or Quebec to The Club Health & Safety Committee for review.


Confidentiality:

Club MSM will ensure the safeguarding and confidentiality of private health information. The Club will keep the record of an individual's vaccination status/exemption confidential and will only be accessible by the Club MSM Health and Safety Committee. 


Refunds: 

In the event that this policy precludes athlete participation in club events, a refund of the registration deposit will be issued. Claims for refunds must be made by October 31st. Refunds will not be provided beyond this date.



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