Discounts and Funding
The information below is provided as a starting point to help members. It is your responsibility to investigate if the information is still current and applicable to your situation.
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Last update: October 2021
Season Program Discounts
We offer the following discounts on season programs:
- $50 for the registration of two children,
- $100 for the registration of 3 or more children.
Family discounts don’t apply to camps.
Discounts will be automatically calculated and deducted once the number of participants reaches two.
Reduced Ski Passes
Want to ski and snowboard this winter? The Canadian Ski Council’s SnowPass™ lets you ski and snowboard three times at EACH participating ski area for $29.99. That’s a lot of skiing and snowboarding right across Canada!
To join in, you need to be in grade 4 or 5 (or 9 or 10 years old) and live in Canada. Every skier and snowboarder is welcome, especially if you’re a beginner. For more information, visit Ski Canada Council.
Jumpstart has over 300 Chapters, which are made up of volunteers from across the Canadian Tire enterprise and local community groups, such as local Parks and Recreation Departments, Boys and Girls Clubs and the YMCA/YWCA, among others.
Money raised within each Chapter stays within the community and goes directly to help kids participate in sport, dance or other organized physical activities. Jumpstart funding helps families that need a financial hand with registration, equipment and/or transportation costs. For more information, visit Jumpstart website.
The Children’s Fitness Tax Credit allows you to claim eligible fees paid in the year up to a maximum of $500 per child. Eligible fees include an amount paid related to the cost of registration or membership for your or your spouse's or common-law partner's child in a prescribed program of physical activity. The child must have been under 16 years of age at the beginning of the year in which an eligible fitness expense was paid.
For more information, visit Canada Revenue Agency.