Nordiq Alberta News

Nordic News March 19th 2021

Virtual Nordiq Alberta Championships

This is your reminder that the Nordiq Alberta Virtual Championships are set to finish this Sunday! Open to all, this event is a fun way to put all your training this year to the test! Compete against your peers and see where you rank in comparison to other athletes through our new performance metric: The Babs Ranking System (BRS). Click here for more information and your last chance to register!

Draw prizes will be selected on Monday through an Instagram Live draw at 3pm MST. Tune in to see if you’re a winner!



Nordiq Alberta and Alberta World Cup Society Grant Opportunity


Following International Women’s Day on Monday March 8th, Nordiq Alberta and the Alberta World Cup Society are excited to announce our joint grant to support women in the province of Alberta continue their training as coaches and/or officials.

With funding provided by the Alberta World Cup Legacy Fund, the Alberta World Cup Society and Nordiq Alberta are offering up to 6 grants to subsidize participation by women residents, of the Province of Alberta, in NCCP courses at the L2T level or higher, Official Courses Level 2 or higher or Athletes with Impairments Coaching courses of any level. Three grants of $600 will be offered to individuals for travel outside Alberta to attend a course. Three grants of $400 will be offered to individuals traveling within Alberta to attend a course. Grants will be for courses attended during the 2020/21 season.

For more information and to apply, click here.



Para Nordic Competition Trip Selection Criteria 2020-21



The Para Nordic Competition Trip criteria 2020-21 is now posted. Click here.


Opportunity: Free Professional Development for Coaches


HIGH FIVE national is introducing a new virtual on-demand training for sport coaches across Canada!

Learn more about how to keep the game fun for your players while having a quality sport experience and earn professional development points towards your National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).

This FREE learning opportunity has been made possible through a partnership with Canadian Parks and Recreation Association and supports the Government of Canada (Sport Canada) funding commitment to achieve gender equity in sport at every level by 2035. 

Pre-register to get exclusive access to HIGH FIVE Sport:



Call for Candidates and Voting Information


The Athlete Directors (often called “Athlete Reps”) are full voting members on Nordiq Canada’s Board of Directors, and represent the perspectives of Nordiq Canada’s athletes in decision making. They are crucial to ensuring the athlete voice is heard, and to Nordiq Canada’s success as an organization. Nordiq Canada has two Athlete Director positions, with the requirement of gender equity between the two. As the current Athlete Director position is occupied by a female, an election will take place to elect a male Athlete Director.

More information here.



Apply Now For NCCP Coaching Course Grant


The Nordiq Canada Women’s Committee is offering up to 4 grants to subsidize participation by female coaches in NCCP courses at the T2T level or higher. Two grants of $600 will be offered to coaches for travel to a different province from which they reside to attend a course. Two grants of $400 will be offered to coaches traveling within their province to attend a course. Grants will be for courses occurring between April 15th 2021 – October 30, 2021
Application guidelines:

Recipients will also be asked to provide a brief report to the Women’s Committee and acknowledgement of the support of the Women’s Committee/Nordiq Canada should be made via the social media platforms of their club.