Our Constitution and By-laws

Nordic racers ski club

is registered through the Societies Act as a not-for-profit organization. Amended (Sept 2018) Club Constitution and By-Laws:  


Standard of Conduct

Everyone's responsibility

Nordic Racers Ski Club (NRSC) has adopted, with permission, CCBC's Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy.   This Standards of Conduct form part of the NRSC Membership Application form, whereby all members, including instructors/coaches, volunteers and officers are expected to abide by.   


Information & Privacy Policy

What we do with your information

Nordic Racers Ski Club adheres to the British Columbia Personal Information and Protection Act, which sets out how all private sector organizations (including non-profit societies) must handle the personal information of the public.  The Act sets out principles of fair information practices that in turn form ground rules for the collection, use and disclosure of personal information. 


Refund Policy

Good to know

No refunds for membership fees are provided for any reason.

The Club does not provide refunds to registrants once registration (for programs or trips) has closed. Once the online registration has been completed, refunds for program fees are only provided for medical reasons (doctor's note required) and then on a pro-rated basis once the program starts.

Refund policy is subject to change and availability of funds.

Carpool Guidelines

It's not just about the gas

As lovers of a sport that is adversely affected by global warming, the NR Exec encourages carpooling whenever possible. To ensure a thriving carpool culture in our club, here are a few guidelines to help keep the road smooth for everyone.

  • Winter driving is expensive (gas, oil, cleaning, insurance, car-boxes, winter tires, depreciation and more), so please share the costs. 

  • As a guideline, for local trips (ie: Cypress Nordic Area), drivers collect $5.00 return trip to passengers when meeting at St. Davids (Taylor Way and Upper Levels). When there are extra passengers, this is up to the discretion of the driver.

  • For longer trips including Whistler Olympic Park, share the gas when you have one other passenger. When there are two or more passengers, the gas should be shared by the passengers, not the driver, as he/she has already paid for winter upkeep to get you there safely. Passengers please bring cash … pay the driver, no rain-checks please. In addition, cookies (especially chocolate) a latte, or a car wash go a long way to help the driver white-knuckling it through snowstorms or fog on longer trips too.

  • Everyone, please be on time and ensure you are in agreement on arrival and departure times, before the trip. There is nothing more annoying than going on a long distance trip, and then someone saying halfway up, that they have to be back early to watch the hockey game or go on a POF date. 

  • Always refrain from heavy perfumes, colognes or scented products – they wreak havoc for those with asthma or allergies.

Drive safely and enjoy the trip !