Blue Mountain in Collingwood Ontario did something special for their final day (Friday). Skiing until Midnight, served by the Silver Bullet chairlift. Likely the final day of night skiing for this season, at the one of the unlikeliest of places to be doing it so late.
Calabogie have announced that today was their last day, as the Ontario shutdown comes into effect tomorrow. The Ontario Ski Areas association is now saying that all Ontario ski areas will close after today.
So at the time I am posting, the ski season in Ottawa-Gatineau region has officially come to an end with Calabogie offering one final day under the sun.
Ski areas elsewhere in Quebec are still operating however after this long weekend, the list should drop to a dozen or less.
There is some discussion as to whether the nonessential order closes the remaining ski resorts or not. So far no confirmation, they are assuming they can operate as planned. I mean golf is staying open so....
Mont Cascades called it Finished and Over.
Calabogie Peaks is the last mountain standing in the region this year. Based on the base area webcam views, it looks to be quite decent and nicely covered the slopes.