1. Contact Information (Highlighted areas are required)
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2. Select one of the following that describes your status:
Only Sabbatical members are allowed to join/renew outside the 20th Jul - Sep 20 period.
For regular members, please join/renew between Jul 20th and Sep 20th.
3. Select all of the following styles that you wish to use while patrolling:
4. Enter your on-hill skiing / snowboarding level:
5. Indicate by preference (1,2) which ski areas you wish to be assigned to:
1st 2nd 3rd Area
No preference
NSE Non-Ski Event
W00 Unassigned
W02 Chicopee
W03 Boler Mountain
W16 Hockley Valley
W98 Sabbatical
6. Please indicate preference (1 & 2) for first aid course:
1st 2nd Location Date & Time
No preference

2RA Chicopee (Kitchener) - Returning Member Re-Cert

Oct 21 & 22, 2023- 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

2RB Chicopee (Kitchener) - Returning Member Re-Cert

Nov 25 & 26,2023 - 8:30 am - 4:30pm

3RA Boler Mountain (London) - Returning Member Re-Cert

Oct 28 & 29, 2023 - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

2TR Weekend Course (Waterloo) - First Year Course

Starts Sep 17, 2023 (Sundays 8:30 am - 4:30 pm)

4RA Hockley Valley (Orangeville) - Returning Member Re-Cert

Nov 18 & 19, 2023 - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

3TR Boler Mountain (London) - First Year Course

Starts Sep 18, 2023 (Monday 7pm – 10pm)

4TR Hockley Valley (Orangeville) - First Year Course

Starts Sep 24, 2023 (Sundays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm)

C00 Central Zone - First Year Course

I will be taking the course in Central Zone

0NS No Selection

4IA Instructors Yearly Update

By Invitation Only

7. Agreement

I have read and understand the Terms and Conditions.

I certify that the information on this form is true and that I agree to abide by the regulations and conditions as established by the governing body of the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP).

To the best of my knowledge I do no have a criminal record nor am I aware of currently being under investigation.

I am aware that CSP or its representative reserves the right to request from me, at my expense, a criminal record and child abuse registry check.

I agree to receive newsletters and other electronic communications from the Canadian Ski Patrol containing news, operational and governance information, offers and promotions. Consent may be withdrawn at any time but doing so will sever electronic communications from the CSP. Contact information for the Canadian Ski Patrol may be found at

Terms and Conditions

The registration form, when completed, will constitute your application for admission into the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP).
However, before completing this form, you should be aware of, and understand all of the following conditions.


The sport of skiing/snowboarding and snow sliding has inherent risks. The CSP and Western Zone do not insure Patrollers for loss of income in the event of injury. We strongly recommend Patrollers acquire their own income protection insurance.

All Patrollers in Ontario Division are covered by Accidental Death and Dismemberment insurance coverage. The policy does not provide coverage for Patrollers over the age of 69.

As a condition of membership the Patroller releases the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP), Western Zone, their officers and agents from any and all claims for negligence, arising from the Patrollers participation in Ski Patrol activities.

No Patroller by virtue of their membership, is authorized to incur any obligation or create any liability on behalf of the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) and Western Zone. 

After successful completion of the first aid course, new Patrollers may only patrol at their assigned areas until they have successfully completed a compulsory toboggan handling and ski evaluation test.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age as of the registration deadline for the current year.

As a member you agree to abide by the rules and regulations of the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) and the by-laws of Western Zone. 

You will be required to patrol at your assigned area according to the regulations of that area, unless the Zone requires you to patrol at other areas within Western Zone.

We cannot promise you will be assigned to patrol at you "first choice" ski area. Your area selections are subject to approval of the Zone President and area Patrol Leader each season.

Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) requirements state that a first aid kit, and CSP jacket with insignia, must be worn by a Patroller at all times while on duty or as outlined in the National uniform policy. You will be supplied with a CSP jacket/vest with the option to buy or lease based on a fee equal to the value of the garment. Leased jackets remain the property of the Canadian Ski Patrol - Western Zone and must be returned should you leave or transfer from Western Zone. The blue and yellow jacket/shell/vest with a yellow cross on the stylized blue maple leaf  (Legacy uniform) and the red jacket/vest with a white cross on the back and white crosses on both upper arms (National uniform) are registered trademarks of the Canadian Ski Patrol.

Requests for refunds of application fees must be in writing and addressed to the Zone Office. Refunds will be made at the sole discretion of the Zone Executive and will be issued within ten (10) business days. Refunds may also be subject to a $25.00 administration fee. Failing to pass examinations or missing any of the requirements shall not be considered a reason for a request for a refund. Any cost (s) related to course materials are also non-refundable.

Any N.S.F. cheque received by the Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) will require prompt repayment of the original fee plus a service charge of $25.00. Repayment must be in the form of a certified cheque, C.O.D., money order or credit card. Failure to take prompt action to reconcile a returned cheque will result in a freeze of your CSPS membership, and eventually your membership will be revoked.

MAKE CHEQUE PAYABLE TO: THE CANADIAN SKI PATROL.  Applications received with a post-dated cheque will not be processed until the date of the cheque.