Al Clark Trail Ambassador

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Watch out ….. looks like Al got to pick up his new ride for Trail Patrol this season from Carlson Sports!

We can’t wait to see you out there on this fabulous Arctic Cat.

Thanks to all that you have done to bring awareness & safety to such an amazing sport.

You are 1 in a million Al !

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Groomer Operator Workshop

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It was a full house Sat Dec 8th for District 11’s Groomer Operator Workshop, put on by the OFSC at the Best Western.

Thanks to all the operators that took the time to participate! We can’t wait to see all the “White Gold” you this upcoming season!



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Thank you for your support

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NBSC wants to give a huge thank you to all the Sponsors, Volunteers & YOU for making our THINK SNOW Silent Auction & Dinner

such a great success Sat Dec 1.

We truly have great support from an amazing group of people!





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North River Bridge Improvement

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We had an amazing group of volunteers out on a nice snowy Saturday to redeck a much needed North River bridge.

A huge Thank You go out to John, Kevin, Tom, Andy, Luc, Graham, Jennifer & Stephane, another great use of your permit dollars!

This is why Buy Where You Ride is so important!

Thank you for choosing NBSC.

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Drivers Training Course

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Our Driver Training course this year will be held on:
Thurs December 27, 2018
@ The Portage in North Bay.
Start time will be at 9am.

Please contact
John Justice at 705 476 4184
to pre register for the course.
Limited class size.
Book your spot today.

This could be a great Christmas gift for new rider



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Congratulations Al Clark recipient of the 2018 Safe Snowmobiling Ambassador Award

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Safe Snowmobiling Ambassador Award

The OFSC Safe Snowmobiling Ambassador Award is presented for outstanding achievement and contribution by an individual or group to the overall safety of organized snowmobiling.

As sponsors of the Safe Snowmobiling Ambassador, our friends at Arctic Cat will be providing this year’s winner with an Arctic Cat ZR 6000 sled for use during the 2018-19 season.

As with any motorsport, safe and responsible riding practices are at the very heart of ensuring riders can enjoy their ‘on trail’ experiences with their families. As ambassadors for organized snowmobiling, each and every one of us is committed to promoting safe snowmobiling but for some, they continuously go above and beyond in the area of safe snowmobiling promotion.

The safe snowmobiling award is going to an individual who has been a valuable club member for the last 21 years and despite many changes over the years, remains committed to being an on trail ambassador as part of the Trail Patrol program.

This goes well beyond being out on the trails and in fact, he takes a lead in the recruitment, training and retention and new patrollers in his district. In fact, at the end of last season can boast 13 new Trail Patrollers actively promoting safe and enjoyable riding experiences on trails across the district.


It doesn’t stop there.

He attends regular meetings with the OPP to address concerns and seek law enforcement assistance where and when it is needed.

Like each one of you, he wants to ensure that snowmobilers using the trails are in fact supporting the trails with a valid permit. But he does it in a friendly way ensuring people understand and WANT to support our premier snowmobile trail network.

The list doesn’t stop there…..Our winner  ensures that trail guides are available for snowmobilers to ensure they have a safe and enjoyable ride no matter when they head out.

He’s led signage efforts and can boast one of the best directional signage within his entire district.

The best part is, our winner is unstoppable and continues to do all of this incredible work at the young age of 81. Talk about dedication.

2018 Safe Snowmobiling Ambassador Award winner…

Al Clark, North Bay Snowmobile Club

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Permit Dollars at Work

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Last Saturday we had a small crew out to redo a bridge on the A102Q
Thanks to John, Kevin, Tom & Tom … great work & thanks for not razzing me too much for breaking another drill bit 😉
Your permit dollars at work, Buy Where You Ride
Thanks for choosing NBSC

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Early 2019 Permit Sales start Oct 1, 2018

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In 3 days from now we can stop dreaming about snowmobiling … we can start by make it a reality by getting our 2019 OFSC trail passes Oct 1 👊🏻
This is when we can really start to get excited about the upcoming season …. I know I am!

We are getting ready ourselves with our NBSC trail prep & have started preseason maintenance on our groomers, we want to be ready when the ❄️ starts to make an appearance.
We appreciate you choosing our club as your club of choice & hope you will make us your club again for “Buy where you ride” this upcoming season. Thanks for your continued support we couldn’t do it without you

2019 Seasonal Permit Types and Pricing

Permit Type
on or before Nov 1st
on or before Dec 1st
Dec 2nd onwards
Seasonal Permit
$190.00 (+$7.50 processing fee)
$220.00 (+$7.50 processing fee)
$270.00 (+$7.50 processing fee)
Classic Permit (sled year 1999 or older)
$150.00 (+$7.50 processing fee)
$150.00 (+$7.50 processing fee)
$180.00 (+$7.50 processing fee)
Multi-Day  (2 consecutive day minimum)








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