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As you are well aware, there have been numerous confirmed cases of the COVID-19 Virus within the Greater Toronto Area, throughout Canada, in the United States and in many parts of the world. In light of the COVID-19 Virus outbreak, the health and safety of our Caledon Ski Club family are our paramount priorities. We must collectively take prudent action to prevent, minimize or mitigate the likelihood of transmission of the COVID-19 Virus.

We all play a vital role in stopping or lessening the spread and impact of the COVID-19 Virus and we therefore ask our Members, employees, and guests to join our health and safety efforts and follow the directives and recommendations below:

  • Please do not come to the Club if you are demonstrating symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and/or have travelled outside Canada within the last 14 days, are feeling unwell,  have symptoms of fever, a cold, influenza, any type of respiratory illness, or if you or any family members have come in contact with someone who has or may have the virus.
  • Staff or Membership that have been diagnosed or placed in self isolation should contact the Club’s General Manager at cmacdonald@caledonskiclub.on.ca immediately.
  • If you have visited a country which is now on the Government of Canada travel advisory list, where there are reported cases of the COVID-19 Virus, or where there is a high risk of infection, please do not visit the Club and see your doctor for clearance prior to using the Club.
  • Avoid close contact with anyone who is coughing or sneezing, or displaying any symptoms of illness.
  • Do not gather, sit or stand closely in groups either indoors or outdoors.
  • Stay outdoors as much as possible.
  • While on Club property, please maintain a recommended physical separation from one another of at least 2 meters whenever possible.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer frequently and thoroughly, for at least 20 seconds.
  • Always cover your cough and sneezes. Use Kleenex when sneezing or wiping your nose. If you do not have a tissue, please sneeze into your sleeve. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

Our plan is based on the premise of mitigating risk through ‘social distancing’ that discourages close proximity of social gatherings (inside and outside), reduces the risk of transmission through food preparation etc., increased cleaning, while discouraging those attending the Club deemed vulnerable (60+ with existing health conditions) and/or those who have travelled outside the country within the past 14 days

The Caledon Ski Club is modifying operations in the following manner.


  • Lifts and trails will remain open (weather permitting)
  • All race / competitive events have been cancelled
  • Alpine programs and in-house training will continue during this weekend and March Break
  • Children with symptoms of being ill will be removed from programs
  • Reciprocal exchange tickets will continue to be honored as long as access to the other Clubs remains viable
  • The Dummy Downhill scheduled outdoors on March 28th will continue as planned

Lodge (Food / Beverage / Social Events)

  • Lodges will remain open and will close ½ hour after the lifts close for the day
  • Cafeteria (with modified food menu) will remain open with food / beverages to be served by gloved employees (e.g. no self-serve options)
  • Bar – closed for remainder of season
  • No après social events 
  • Yoga sessions are cancelled
  • Members / guests encouraged to eat lunch outside and/or at personal residence (chalet etc.). and are asked to remain dispersed throughout both lodges to maximize space between smaller groups
  • Increased cleaning schedule – with use of medical grade disinfectant

Kid’s Club

  • Closed for the season

Again, our plan is designed to prioritize health and safety, reduce the risk of transmission of the virus, while continuing to offer access and use of the Club - recognizing this may change as information / direction changes.  As a Club, we take this situation very seriously, understanding the role we all play in reducing the spread of this virus – both at the Club and beyond.

All that said, we continue to look forward to a great March Break.  As the weather becomes warmer and the snow becomes softer, the opportunity to continue to use the Club remains.

Thank you for your continued support during this challenging time.  We must emphasize that this current plan is fluid and is a work in progress. Further adjustments to our directives and recommendations may be required as circumstances develop.  We recognize that our directives and recommendations are a disruption and have an impact on Club activities, but again, please appreciate that the health and safety of our Caledon Ski Club family are our ultimate priorities. We will continue to update Members and our community on any changes via this email bulletin.

We will continue to keep you up to date with any related changes that may affect you and encourage Members to learn more using the information available through Public Health Services:

Public Health Agency of Canada:  https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html
Ontario Ministry of Health: https://www.ontario.ca/page/2019-novel-coronavirus
Toronto Public Health: www.toronto.ca/coronavirus
World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019  

Craig MacDonald                                           Katherine Tremble-Taylor
General Manager                                           Board Chair
Caledon Ski Club 




17431 Mississauga Road. Caledon, Ontario L7K 0E9 | Tel: 519.927.5221 | admin@caledonskiclub.on.ca