Upcoming Events


Snow Sliding Meet Up
Date: Jan 29, 2023 
Where: Mt. Sima
Fee: $30-$40
Register Online: SnowReg.com

GROM Event #2
Date: Feb 12, 2023 
Time: 11:30 am
Where: Mt. Sima
Register Online: coming soon

GROM Event Watson Lake
Date: TBD
Where: Mt. Maichen

Yukon Champs
Date: Apr 1 & 2, 2023
Where: Mt. Sima



Annual General Meeting

When: Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
In person: Sport Yukon – Boardroom 1 (4061 4 Ave)
Online: email president@snowboardyukon.com for the link

Our mission is to enhance Yukoners’ lives through snowboarding from playground to podium… and back again.

Our role includes:

  • Promoting the development of competitive snowboarding in the Yukon;
  • Acting as the governing body for snowboarding in the Yukon as a region of the Canada Snowboard;
  • Encouraging and managing snowboarding competitions in the Yukon, as well as sponsoring Yukon snowboarding in regional or national games; and
  • Establishing and maintaining programs and activities to improve the quality of competitive snowboarding, coaching and officiating.

Please Note: Anyone may attend (invite your friends!), however in order to run for a board position and/or to vote in the election, you must have a current membership.

Get your 2022/23 Snowboard Yukon Membership online prior to the AGM here: snowreg.com

Meeting Agenda will include:

  • Call to order
  • Establishment of quorum
  • Appointment of scrutineers
  • Approval of the agenda
  • Adoption of minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting
  • Presentation of reports
  • Report of Accountant
  • Appointment of Accountant
  • Business as specified in the meeting notice
  • Election of new Directors
  • Adjournment

The meeting will also include the Special Resolution to waive financial audit for 20/21 season.

New National Look

Canada Snowboard is proud to unveil the next step in Canadian Snowboarding. A new provincial/territorial system that showcases the landmarks, landscapes and animals of Canada and embraces the classic iconography of each province/territory.

Yukon’s icon features a howling wolf in front of a half moon, this powerful animal symbolizes the rugged wilderness found within the territory’s borders.