The Government of Ontario has issued a Stay at Home Order (news release & regulation). At this time, cross country ski facilities (page 26) can remain open for exercise and mental health. Please note that in person team training, club programming, coaching courses continue to be prohibited. It is imperative that all members access their local trails […]
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We are excited at the incredible interest in our KM Challenge. It is fantastic to see clubs embracing the ‘What We Can Do’ attitude! Due to the overwhelming interest, we have put together a do’s and don’ts list!
All of Ontario continues in lockdown. Read the official regulation. The good news continues to be that cross country ski facilities are able to remain open during the province wide lockdown announced yesterday by the Government of Ontario. Please note that team training, club programming, coaching courses etc are not allowed under the lockdown regulations. […]
Ontario goes into lockdown. Read the official Gov’t of ON Lockdown Slide deck. The good news is that cross country ski facilities are able to remain open during the province wide lockdown announced yesterday by the Government of Ontario. Unfortunately, team training, club programming, coaching courses etc are not allowed under the lockdown regulations. Lockdown […]
Please note that the XCSO offices will be closed from noon, December 24 to 9am, January 4. Staff will be monitoring emails and will respond to urgent emails as needed. The staff and Board of Directors wish our ski community a healthy, safe and snowy holiday season!
FIS and Nordiq Canada race licenses must be active for athletes to retain their points on both the FIS points and Canada Point lists this season even if athletes are unable to attend an FIS or Nordiq Canada sanctioned competitions. The points systems will recognize active (paid for 2020/2021) race licenses only. If the license […]
XCSO is excited to announce our 2020-2021 COVID Challenges! COVID cannot beat down the spirit of our clubs and their members. Please JOIN US in working towards challenges and races which WE CAN DO. More information is here
On May 8, 2020, the Canadian Government announced $500 million providing temporary relief to support cultural, heritage and sport organizations. Cross Country Ski Ontario recently received our allocation of the funding through the Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism & Culture Industries. XCSO will be investing the funds in 3 key areas of our sport: Youth, […]
Cross Country Ski Ontario has made the difficult decision to cancel our 2021 Ontario Cup Series and Youth Championships due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and uncertainty regarding travel restrictions. We know our community will be both disappointed and understanding given the gravity of our current situation with respect to the pandemic. We are working […]