Interviews with our inductees
The Memory of skiing
Guy Thibaudeau, ski and winter sports columnist talks to our inductees, key figures in the history of skiing in the Laurentians, from yesterday to today. ( Summer 2020 )
First Canadian Olympic medalist in downhill skiing alpine, in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, 1956.
Outstanding contributor to the development of the ski industry: from Up-Hill Ltd. to Les Sommets.
An accomplished athlete attracted to speed, she recounts her journey and what led her to her involvement in the preservation of the skiing heritage.
A founder and builder, he is also known as a writer and director of a documentary series on the history of skiing.
Georges Bunny Basler
A witness to the beginnings of the ski and hospitality industry, including the history of the Bellevue Ski Center (Morin-Heights).
A man with many hats tells stories: between a ski shop and philanthropy.
The development of a Laurentian family mountain: Mont-Habitant.
Winter sports in the Laurentians as seen by the most decorated Canadian snowboarder in history.
Rhoda Wurtele Eaves
100th anniversary for a ski pioneer.
Excerpt from the conferences
Conferences in Parallel
The weekend of September 24, 25, as part of the 2021 Journées de la culture, the LSM presented its conferences. These historic conferences honored our Ski Hall of Fame inductees.
Toujours innover !
Builder, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Les Sommets, exceptional contributor to the development of the ski industry.
L’histoire du ski dans l’histoire des Laurentides
(The History of Skiing in the History of the Laurentians)
Ph.D, historian, author & museologist
Les oubliés du ski
(The Forgotten of Skiing)
Athlete & member of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team (1970-1971) and ski commentator
L’histoire du journalisme de ski
(The History of Ski Journalism)
Ski and winter sports columnist for over 50 years