Alpine Canada Members
As an Alpine Canada member, each year you must renew your membership through your provincial alpine association.
Read about the categories of Alpine Canada membership
Steps for renewing your Alpine Canada membership:
Step one: Update and sign the Alpine Canada membership registration form (check with your provincial alpine association to see if online registration is available in your area) and medical evaluation.
Step two: Submit both forms to your provincial alpine association along with the membership fees for your province.
For athletes with a FIS licence: If you are an athlete racing with an International Ski Federation (FIS) licence – which allows you to race internationally – it is important to renew you licence each year by June 1 to protect your point profile from the previous season. For information on how to obtain your first FIS license, visit our Become a Member page.
Steps for FIS-licence renewal:
Step one: Update your Alpine Canada medical form and submit to your provincial alpine association by June 1.
Step two: Pay the yearly fee to your provincial alpine association by June 1. Check with your province for information on fees in your region.
Your information and fees will be forwarded by your province to Alpine Canada who will then activate with FIS.
Step three: Check your FIS profile on the FIS website to ensure your card has been activated one week after all forms and fees have been submitted to your province or territory. Be sure to check your profile online for accuracy and inform your province if there are any errors. It is each athlete’s responsibility to make your provincial alpine association aware of any issues with your profile.
FIS-licence cancellations cost $55 and must come through your provincial alpine association to Alpine Canada. There are absolutely no refunds after October 15.
Level and scope of coverage varies by activity type and membership category.
How do I access these types of coverage?
To activate or renew coverage for a member:
Step one: Register for membership with your local club - fill in the Alpine Canada membership form and waiver and then file with your club. Read about how to become an Alpine Canada member.
Step two: Pay fees in full according to the club/provincial alpine association deadlines.
For FIS-level members:
Step one: Sign athlete declaration. FIS athlete declaration form
Step two: Ensure your profile is accurate on the FIS website.
Proof of insurance requests:
A facility, training or hosting venue may request a proof of insurance certificate listing your club’s name along with the proprietor's name. To obtain a proof of insurance certificate, fill out the form below. Certificates cost $30 and fees are billed to the club directly. No request forms will be processed without a credit card or cheque attached. Requests take two weeks to process once received by Alpine Canada.
Important note: All FIS-calendared races have certificates of insurance created by Alpine Canada and will be distributed to the race organizing committee via the provincial alpine association prior to your event. Please do not submit a request form for a FIS-calendared race and incur an unnecessary fee. Contact your provincial alpine association or Alpine Canada to obtain a copy.
Other helpful insurance tools:
Ski club risk management manual
Coaches’ training site hazard assessment guide
Please contact your provincial alpine association for further information.
Injured FIS athletes
Single penalty for injured athletes:
If you are injured and will be away from competition for an extended period of time, talk to your coach about having a single penalty applied to your FIS profile to protect your points while you heal.
You can review the single penalty rules under section 4.6 in the alpine FIS Points rule book.
Steps to file for injured status:
Step one: Fill out and sign the FIS single penalty form.
FIS single penalty form (alpine)
FIS single penalty form (ski cross)
Step two: Obtain a signed doctor’s note explaining the type of injury and expected time away from competition.
Step three: Submit both documents to your provincial alpine association.