May 2009

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Ontario Annual General Meeting and awards presentation - June 14, 2009 Posted on May 18th, 2009

Award LogoThe Ontario Region Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the 2008-2009 season was held on Sunday June 14, 2009 at the Swansea Town Hall on 95 Lavinia Avenue in west end of Toronto. 

See the Ontario AGM 2008-2009 page in the members area to see what happened.


Spring 2009 issue of XCitation is now available Posted on May 11th, 2009

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Spring 2009 issueWell, it’s time to put your storage wax on and tune up the bike, if you haven’t already. It’s never too late to catch up on the latest ideas from your fellow CANSI instructors. The spring issue is jam packed with lesson plans and tips for young and old, as well as some backcountry ski adventure ideas. Check it all out at CANSI newsletter page.

Happy trails

Mike Moran receives post-homously "Cum Laude" award from Cross-Country Ontario Posted on May 11th, 2009

XC Ontario presents post-homously "Cum Laude" Award to Mike Moran On April 26, 2009 the Southern Ontario District of Cross Country Ontario presented to Mike Moran who passed away in Sept. 30, 2006 the “Cum Laude” award - an award given “in recognition of outstanding contribution to the development of cross-country skiing in Southern Ontario over a period of years”.

Accepting on Mike’s behalf was his wife and life-long friend Cheri Doman (holding the plague). Present were also Mike’s mother (Eileen), father (Gerald ), Ann Budge (on the right) - a master’s Nordic skier who helped organize this presentation - and Clare Magee (in the back) - a master CANSI course conductor who introduced Mike’s life-long work to the Cross-Country Ontario group present at the awards ceremony during that evening at Highlands Nordic.


CCO: Heinz Niederhauser Coaching Scholarship Posted on May 10th, 2009

Cross Country Ontario is pleased to announce that Tim Bourrie of Midland has been awarded the Heinz Niederhauser Coaching Scholarship. Tim Bourrie currently coaches with the Midland Nordic Ski Club. Tim was hooked on skiing when he began cross training for triathlons. It wasn’t long before he was training for the Canadian Ski Marathon. Tim is a Level 2 NCCP coach and coaches the Midland Ski Dogs.

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