Canadian Snowboard Federation

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Canada Snowboard
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SportSnowboard
Jurisdiction Snowboarding in Canada
Founded1991 (1991)
HeadquartersVancouver, BC
PresidentTyler King
SponsorBurton, FA Design, Mazda, Sport Chek, Mackenzie Financial, Own The Podium, Sport Canada
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The Canadian Snowboard Federation (also known as "Canada Snowboard") is the governing body in Canada for the sport of snowboarding. It is a member discipline of the Canadian Snowsports Association, and is recognized by the Government of Canada, the Fédération Internationale de Ski, the World Snowboard Federation, the Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Canadian Paralympic Committee. They are a federally incorporated non-profit organization. Canada~Snowboard is governed by a Board of Directors elected by and from its volunteer membership and manages programs nationally and locally through professional staff, provincial and territorial snowboard associations, and their affiliated clubs. [1]

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References

  1. "Governance". Canada~Snowboard. Archived from the original on 2012-01-10. Retrieved 6 January 2012.