Sustainable development

Orf 150904 0039 P 2 Mont Orford
Orf 150904 0039 P 2 Mont Orford

In collaboration with the consulting firm ADDERE, the Corporation Ski & Golf Mont-Orford has adopted since the fall of 2021 a sustainable development strategy and action plan based on 7 central pillars representing our framework of operation:

  • Governance: Each of the orientations and decisions are taking regarding our particular structure as a non-profit organization, our position in the Mont-Orford National Park and the objectives of the Quebec Ministry of Education.
  • Environment: Through our diversified service offer, several policies allow the implementation and monitoring of eco-responsible practices.
  • Water: Through rigorous monitoring, we provide access to quality water to our customers and employees.
  • Social: Social equity enables the full development of all genders, the development of communities and respect for diversity.
  • Cultural: Cultural influence contributes to the objective of "living together" shared by the common passion of artists, sportsmen, contemplatives and other disciplines to make our site a space conducive to the development of our community.
  • Communication: Via our communication plan, we address the training, education and awareness aspects of our employees, customers and suppliers.
  • Economic: We aim for sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, aiming for full and productive employment in a healthy and stimulating environment.


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Citizen and employee involvement

Our committee

Our advisory committee is made up of three external members who use the mountains and are passionate about sustainable development, as well as three employees of the Corporation. The advisory committee has made it possible to establish the axes of our action plan and meets once or twice a year to monitor progress.

Our residual materials management committee is made up of 5 employees who work to reflect on and implement residual materials management procedures for the various departments.

Prix et distinctions

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Prix d'excellence

We won the Excellence in Environment and Sustainable Development Award at the Annual Congress of the Association des Stations de Ski du Québec! We are very touched to receive this award, which recognizes the vision and the extent of the work carried out for 1 year already in the implementation of our sustainable development strategy and the implementation of our first action plan.

The Corporation is committed to training employees, educating customers and raising awareness among our partners. Our policies in place concern waste management, procurement and eco-responsible events.


Certifications and training acquired

OSEDD Committed Company

On August 4, 2021, La Corporation Ski & Golf Mont-Orford obtained the accreditation of organization Engaged in sustainable development.

Certifications and training in development

ICI on recycle +

Big goal! Our entire team is mobilized to seek this certification, which is a guarantee of performance in residual material management.

Leave no Trace Canada

In the months to come, the Corporation will make its users aware of the principles of Leave No Trace Canada.


The Corporation Ski & Golf Mont-Orford is a signatory of the initiative L’Économie sociale, j’achète!. It recognizes the importance of social economy enterprises in meeting the needs of local populations and their contribution to the vitality of communities in a perspective of sustainable development.

Our 5 main partners in the development of communities are:

ADDERE: Consulting firm in strategic support in sustainable development.

RAPPEL: Supporting communities for the protection of water bodies.

FEVE: Support service for holding eco-responsible events.

The Christian Vachon Foundation: Supports school perseverance among children from vulnerable backgrounds.

Orford 3.0: Coordination of community, cultural, sports and leisure activities in the municipality of Orford.

Actions in place

Eco-responsible policy

Residual materials

Communication plan

Social and Cultural

Democratize access to the mountains

To Come

Coming up