Rémi Cloutier*

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Laurentian Ski Hall of Fame – LSM

Strong involvement with Canadian ski associations and organisations.
Inducted in 1995

One of 10 children, Rémi Cloutier is the son of a pioneer ski manufacturer and a fifth generation resident of the Laurentians. In 1948, he won the Canadian Junior Downhill Championships in Banff. That year he was named alternate to Canada’s Olympic Alpine Team. It is however his involvement as builder that has drawn the attention of the Laurentian Ski Hall of Fame. He owned and operated Mont Sainte-Agathe from 1956-70. He helped form the ste-Agathe Ski Club which produced prominent Canadian Ski Team members. He was a vice-president of Ski Quebec, president of the Sainte-Agathe Ski Club, vice-president of the Canadian Ski Association and president of the Laurentian Ski Zone. He was a director of the Canadian Olympic Association, a founding member of the Canadian Sports Marketing Council, a member of the Red Bird Ski Club, Club de Ski 100 ans and Club de Ski Sainte-Agathe.

Rémi  Cloutier*