About the Regina Ski Club

The Regina Ski Club (RSC) is a volunteer run organization that has existed since 1934. The club has grown and adapted to many changes in skiing during its lifetime. The RSC has about 500 plus members per year and provides programs, events and trips for beginner, recreational and competitive, young and older skiers alike with a program for skiers with disabilities. The organization is incorporated as a non profit entity through the Gov’t of Saskatchewan. We are registered with the National Sport Trust Fund (NSTF), so that donations made for the club through NSTF are eligible for income tax receipt.

Our mission is to create opportunities for recreational and competitive Nordic (cross country) skiing, Alpine (downhill) skiing and snowboarding, and Biathlon by promoting lifelong winter sport participation, fun and social interaction (click here to see complete Mission Statement).

The Regina Ski Club is one of 24 provincial ski clubs that are linked through Cross Country Saskatchewan (CCS) which is administered through SaskSport. CCS is in turn a member of Nordiq Canada. Similarly, the alpine and biathlon sections of the Club are linked to Sask Alpine and Biathlon Saskatchewan and, at the national Level to Alpine Canada and Biathlon Canada.

A Board of Directors manages club affairs, through monthly meetings, held on the first Monday in September through to May. Some directors are elected and some are appointed from the various program sectors. Directors hold office for one year and may be re-elected each year. Check the Contact Us menu item for a list of current Directors and their phone numbers.

The following programs operate under the RSC umbrella and have their own independent operations. Check the menu item Programs for details.