Welcome to the Canadian Ski Patrol – Kawartha Zone.

The Canadian Ski Patrol is a National Organization dedicated to promoting Safe Skiing & Riding . The Canadian Ski Patrol is a registered non-profit corporation comprising highly trained volunteer and professional members. The System is national in scope and was formed to promote safe skiing and to provide assistance to injured skiers. The CSP’s membership of more than 4000 patrollers provides a Canada-Wide , highly skilled and responsible service to the snow industry .

We promote safety and injury prevention and provide the highest possible standards of education, certification and delivery in advanced first aid and rescue services to the snow industry.

Kawartha Zone is now over 200 active members, we draw our membership from South Eastern Ontario and its patrolled  areas. (See Resort links on the side bar)

Any questions or for further information please click on the “Contact US” link.


Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser.

The members asked for it… We delivered!  Come join us on February 18th from 5 p.m.—9 p.m. at Buffalo Wild Wings in Oshawa, eat wings and raise funds!  15% of all food sales will go directly back to the Kawartha zone to help keep your membership costs low!!

Tickets are Free!  Yes Free!! Just come out and have dinner, bring family and friends and we raise funds!!

Tickets will be emailed to you via your patrol leader.  If you forget your ticket that night… Don’t worry. Just mention when your bill comes that you are a proud member of the Canadian Ski Patrol and automatically 15% of your food tab will go to the zone! Not a member?  That’s ok… Please mention to your server you ate wings to support the patrol!  They will do the rest!

On Facebook?  Please join in at our event Facebook page. Just search “eat wings raise funds”

For event info please contact Jessica Cassano for details at jcassano@krg.com.


(OSF) On Snow First Program

It’s not too late to join us!

Our first-aid programs for new patrollers are winding down and unfortunately it is too late to attend these courses this season. That said we would still like to get you involved this season via our On Snow First (OSF) program. (click here to read more)