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2015 CADS National Festival
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the 2015 CADS National Festival will be held at Mont Sainte –  Anne, Quebec March 20 to 27.  Only 30 minutes from the Quebec City, this mountain is renowned for impeccable snow conditions. The skiable terrain includes 69 trails and 4 snow parks spread across 3 sides of the mountain.

The Festival will be based out of the Chateau Mont Ste.-Anne which is a 4 star resort with direct access to the hill and full amenities.  Hotel booking information will be available in September.
Board of Directors Strategic Planning Update
In late May the Board of Directors met in Montreal for 3 days for their annual Strategic Planning Meeting.  One of the outcomes of this meeting was the finalization of new CADS Vision and Mission Statements.  These updated statements are listed on the drop down About CADS/Vision and Mission.
2013/14 CADS Annual Award Winners
Each year, CADS recognizes those members and volunteers that have contributed in many and varied ways in the promotion and development of Disabled Skiing in Canada and these are the Award Winners for this past season READ MORE

A Great Week at the CADS 2014 Festival
The 2014 CADS National Festival wrapped up a short time ago and it was a wonderful week at the Kimberley Alpine Resort with great weather and snow.anadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance (CSIA) & Canadian Adaptive Alpine Snow Sports Associations READ MORE
Partnership Announcement
Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance (CSIA) & Canadian Adaptive Alpine Snow Sports Associations READ MORE
CADS Founders, (Jerry&Annie Johnston) inducted to Canadian Disability Hall of Fame
Annie and Jerry Johnson

Jerry Johnston founded the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing where he served for nearly 30 years as executive director with Annie’s dedicated administrative support.
CLICK HERE to read the whole story, including a photo from the ceremony!!
CADS is a national organization with 1130 disabled members and 1900 able-bodied volunteers from all regions of Canada, committed to the idea that “SKIING IS FUN FOR EVERYONE“.  The CADS organization has touched thousands of individuals, both on and off the slopes in its over 30 year history.

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