Rossland, Red Mountain, Powder Highway
Escape the Aussie crowd on Canada’s secret ski highway
Craig Tansley discovers the true heart of Canada in amongst some of its greatest snow spots.
How to have an epic Whistler ski day
Shred to your heart's content at one of Canada's finest ski resorts. 
Snowshoeing in Alberta, Canada.
How to have an amazing ski-free winter holiday
From snowshoeing and dog sledding to watching the Northern Lights, these ski-free activities make winter look particularly cool. By Robert Upe
Ice skating on the frozen lake outside Chateau Lake Louise.
Why non-skiers will love a ski resort holiday
Gone are the days when Canadian ski resorts meant hitting the slopes and not much more. From Scandinavian spas to fondue fountains, here we reveal the best off-piste pastimes at Canada’s major ski resorts, for a suitably entertaining ski-free holiday.
Ski with Santa in Whistler
How to have the best white Christmas in Canada
With snowflakes and sleigh bells, ski slopes and skating rinks, Canada is the ultimate holiday destination for a white Christmas, writes Jennifer Ennion.
A snow holiday in Canada a bucket-list experience
Everything you need to know about skiing in Canada
Get out those mittens and start doing your stretches, as Robert Upe lays out everything you need to know for a swish down the Canadian slopes next winter.
Delirium Dive, Sunshine Village:
Canada’s 6 greatest adrenalin pumping ski slopes
Double black diamonds ahead! Canada’s most extreme runs can give even the experts pause for thought. Bronwen Gora straps on her skis for these ultimate challenges.
Big White Ski Resort, British Columbia
Canada’s 7 top terrain parks
Terrain parks grew up in Canada. Freestyle skiing debuted at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, and one of the first snowboarder playgrounds appeared at Big White resort the same year. Three decades and another Olympic games later, Canada is home to some of the world’s finest parks.
Skiing Whistler with Blackcomb in the background.
The Ultimate Whistler Ski Guide
With a massive 3300 hectares of terrain, there’s room for everyone here. Hot shots, novices, families, couples and the party crowd rub shoulders in alpine harmony. By Robert Upe
Lost Lake during Whistler's summer.
Whistler sans snow: Why summer may just be the best time to visit
We all know Whistler Blackcomb is synonymous with snow and slopes, but what happens to Canada’s best-known winter wonderland once the ice melts? 
Whistler Blackcomb Peak to Peak Gondola
The perfect ski week in Whistler
If you could have the perfect ski week in Whistler what would you do, both on-snow and off the slopes? Probably every single thing on this list...