Club News

Sharing snowmobile club news from across western Canada

Rachelle Callan is the new ASA Director at Large
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Alberta Club News: Welcome Rachelle Callan

Rachelle Callan is the new ASA Director at Large

The Thunder & Ice Snowmobile Club's trails have unmatched beauty.
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Manitoba Club News: Thunder & Ice Snowmobile Club

We are pleased to announce that we are adding three more warm-up shelters to our trails

by Gavin Clark, president
Many clubs have are clearing trails, cutting grass, building shelters, servicing equipment and installing trail signs
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Saskatchewan Club News: Time for preparations

Many clubs have are clearing trails, cutting grass, building shelters, servicing equipment and installing trail signs

by Chris Brewer
Caribou graze around snowy trees.
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CSSMA: new adaptive management strategy for mountain caribou habitat in Trout Lake and Nakusp, B.C.

The CSSMA has been implemented to preserve and protect the remaining Selkirk Mountain Caribou and habitat in the Trout Lake and Nakusp areas

by Donegal Wilson, Executive Director, BCSF
The winners at the Snoman Excellence Awards.
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Manitoba Club News: AGM and 9th Annual Congress

Snoman handed out their Excellence Awards at their AGM and 9th Annual Congress

by Alan Butler
Rick Dolezsar enjoys riding through Hudson Bay.
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Saskatchewan Club News: Hudson Bay Trail Riders

We would like to welcome the new Saskatchewan Snowmobile chair, Kim Bisschop from Kelvington—Bisshy, as he is affectionately known around the globe.

by Karen Dolezsar
The Whitecourt Trailblazers enjoy a fun time on the trail.
Club News, Alberta

Alberta Club News: Work details

The clubs in the Northwest Region are busy

by Janet Riopel, Northwest Regional Director
The Jubilee Shelter is pictured.
Club News, Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Club News: Zone 1 & 4 report

A tornado went through the trail system, requiring a lot of work in these zones

by Cindy Gottlob
Snoman's AGM and 9th Annual Congress took place on November 1 and 2, 2019. The Snoman Scholarship for $2,000 was awarded to Connor Yarema from the Interlake Snow Trackers.
Club News, Manitoba

Manitoba Club News: Message from the President

Alan Butler, president of Snoman, details the new interactive Snoman Trail App.

by Alan Butler
Snowmobilers in Manitoba enjoy a sunny afternoon ride.
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Coast to coast: Snowmobilers celebrate in June

The CCSO Excellence Awards went to . . .

by Dennis Burns
A groomer at the Bradshaws Mill Shelter.
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Saskatchewan Club News: Pasquia Snow Goers

The Pasquia Snow Goers are working on creating a new trail connecting Carrot River to Tobin Lake by crossing farmland and cutting through Northern Provincial Fo

by Jenn Derksen
MLAs Shannon Martin, Sarah Guillemard, Dennis Smook and Greg Nesbitt  took part in the 3rd Annual Making Tracks ride on February 15, 2019.
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Manitoba Club News: Making Tracks 2019

Snoman was pleased to host the 3rd Annual Making Tracks ride along with the North Star Hill Climbers

by Yvonne Rideout
Bathroom facilities near the OOPS shelter.
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Saskatchewan Club News: Elbow Lake Sno Drifters

People often wonder what snowmobile clubs do in the off-season. Work includes getting the warm-up shelters stocked with wood, making sure the signs are good

by Tracy (Carlson) Kwasny
Come and talk to the friendly folks at Fountain Tire.
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KSA Club News: We’re on this ride together

We’re happy to announce that Fountain Tire in Whitehorse has joined the KSA this year as a corporate sponsor, offering a five per cent discount off all parts

by Mark Daniels, KSA President
Army Cadets clear the trail with the KSA.
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KSA Club News: Armed forces provide valuable help

The CAF committed 16 combat engineers for two full days to brush out two heavily used sections of trail in Kulan/ Crestview and Copper Ridge/Ice Lake.

by Mark Daniels, KSA President
Salty's Shelter is west of Dauphin.
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Manitoba Club News: Dauphin & District Snowmobile Club

The Dauphin & District Snowmobile Club has purchased a new groomer

by Murray Lennartz
The old TCT signs need replacing.
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KSA Club News: What’s in a name?

Trans Canada Trail is responsible for facilitating the planning and development of The Great Trail, working closely with provincial/ territorial partners

by Mark Daniels, KSA President
Mark Daniels is the president of the Klondike Snowmobile Association.
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KSA Club News: Welcome back

Changes are coming—but so is winter!

by Mark Daniels, KSA President
The Feairs-Geck warm-up shelter is maintained by the Kelvington Trailblazers.
Club News, Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Club News: Kelvington Trailblazers

The Kelvington Trailblazers have a new shop to house equipment

by Judy Lillebo
A woman rides a snowmobile through the woods.
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Alberta Club News: Support our sport

Help us promote snowmobiling and the ASA

by Denise England