The NTSC Snow School Waiver must be signed by all NTSC members and guests as a condition of registration and participation in all NTSC snow school programs.
For the 2023/2024 season:
- The waiver will be emailed to members on November 17, 2023 and members will have 7 days to sign off on the waiver.
- After midnight on November 24, members will not be able to sign up for events without a signed waiver on file with NTSC. Once a waiver is signed, members will be able to sign-up for events.
- As of November 17, any new applicants looking to join NTSC will receive a link to the waiver in the membership confirmation email. Once signed and submitted, this will complete their membership for the season.
To sign and submit the waiver, please click here and complete the required details. Your membership ID can be found in your profile when you log into the NTSC website.
If you have any questions - please reach out to the Membership & Marketing Director for assistance. membership @ ntsc.ca
The use of ski resort premises and facilities and participation in activities at a ski resort requires an assumption of risks - as a condition of your use.
You may need to sign a waiver, or assume this risk by using a resort pass/lift ticket - this confirms that you assume all risk of personal injury, death, or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever, including negligence, breach of contract, breach of statutory duty of care, or breach of any other duty of care on the part of the ski area operator.
Refer below to an example of a ski resort waiver.
Before you hit the slopes or glades for the first time, please take a quick moment to make sure you are familiar with the safety guidelines that have been implemented for the safety of all skiers and snowboarders.
The best protection against accidents is knowing and respecting your limits and the Alpine and Cross Country Responsibility Codes.
Skiing, snowboarding and other activities that take place at ski areas can involve the risk of injury or concussion - and we want to see you on a future trip!
Concussion SafetyAt NTSC, we take safety seriously. Some injuries are easy to see and treat but brain injuries, such as concussions, don’t show on the outside and are not always obvious. Whether you’re a first-time skier/snowboarder or an experienced one, the following preventative measures can help you stay safe.
Review the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resources prior to registration and Rowan's Law: Concussion safety.
Help prevent concussions by:
Watch the following video for information on types of ski lifts and some safety tips.
Click below to view information on how to load on to a Chair lift, a T-Bar and a Conveyor:
Gear up and Get Prepped for the Day
Respect The Mountain
Terrain Park Etiquette