Professional Associations

Camp Fortune is proud members and or affiliated with the following associations.


maneige – Association des stations de ski du Québec

The Quebec Ski Area Association is a non-profit organization founded in 1979. It was created at the instigation of Quebec’s ski area owners in order to defend the interests of the industry in its relations with the government, but also to promote skiing. The ASSQ is financed primarily through the sales of the Ski Passe-Partout and the Passe-Provinciale, as well as through members’ dues. The Association represents over 70 ski areas.


Ski Canada/Canadian Ski Council

The goal of the Canadian Ski Council is to increase participation in recreational snowboarding, alpine and cross-country skiing in Canada. Ski Canada

Canadian ski instructors

Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance

Founded in 1938 and incorporated in 1949 as a not-for-profit organization, the CSIA is the professional ski teaching body in Canada. It is a federally recognized teaching institution and it trains and certifies ski instructors to best serve its partners such as ski schools and the Canadian skiing public. CSIA


Ottawa Canada’s Capital

Founded in 1971, Ottawa Tourism has been attracting visitors, tours, media and conventions to Ottawa and Canada’s Capital Region for more than 40 years. Governed by a Board of Directors, Ottawa Tourism is a not-for-profit, membership-based organization that strives to promote Ottawa on the regional, national and international stages. Camp Fortune is a member and sits on the Travel Trade Committee and Student Tourism Committee. Ottawa Tourism

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Membre de tourisme outaouais

Created by and for the industry, Outaouais Tourism is a private, not-for-profit organization with a current membership of about 500 businesses, mostly small to medium enterprises working in the regional tourism industry and sharing a common objective: to promote the Outaouais region as a prime tourist destination! Outaouais Tourism


SYTA – The Voice of Student & Youth Travel

SYTA is the non-profit, professional trade association that promotes student & youth travel and seeks to foster integrity and professionalism among student and youth travel service providers. SYTA is “The Voice of Student and Youth Travel.®” Student & Youth Travel Association

MPI Ottawa

Meeting Professionals International – Ottawa Chapter

Meeting Professionals International (MPI), the meeting and event industry’s most vibrant global community, helps its members thrive by providing human connections to knowledge and ideas, relationships, and marketplaces. MPI membership is comprised of more than 24,000 members belonging to 71 chapters and clubs worldwide.  MPI Ottawa


Ontario Motor Coach Association

OMCA is an organization that provides high value opportunities for their members to grow their business.  OMCA is a strong inclusive network of interdependent businesses producing results greater than the sum of their individual parts. OMCA is an organization that cares deeply about providing the highest level of value and personal service for its members.  It is the heart of OMCA that embraces the road to sustainable and progressive development of the industry by providing advocacy and education with the aid of technology to members across North America. OMCA


Minimum reach requirement is measured as the distance from the ground to the middle of your palm, with your arm fully extended upwards. See minimum reach requirement image for reference.


1.75 m for the full course.