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Altitude Sports Partners with POW Canada!

Posted on: May 9th, 2019 by Protect Our Winters Canada

Alti Action 2019 brings Protect Our Winters Canada on board!

Our friends at Altitude Sports have been raising money for partner organizations since 2017 and have had immense success with over $110,000 raised since! Luckily, for us we have been chosen to be their partner along with the World Wildlife Fund for this year’s Alti Action Sale!

Until May 12th, donate 15$ to Protect Our Winters Canada and Receive $30 store credit.

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NEWS: Altitude Sports announces the return of the Alti Action donation program for 2019 in partnership with leading environmental organizations the World Wildlife Foundation Canada & PROTECT OUR WINTERS Canada. Alti Action 2019 runs until May 12.

Montreal, Quebec, April 24, 2019: Altitude Sports is pleased to announce the return of our Alti Action donation program running until May 12. For Spring 2019, we have partnered with environmental organizations the World Wildlife Foundation Canada (WWF-Canada) and PROTECT OUR WINTERS Canada (POW) to promote sustainable and green initiatives corresponding to our values as an eCommerce business.

Our partnership allows our customers to donate $15 to either WWF-Canada or POW Canada and receive 30 Alti Dollars applicable to any future purchase on our website. The donation is non-refundable and there is a limit of a single $15 donation per season.

For nearly 60 years, WWF has been at the forefront of nature conservation. WWF-Canada operates both local and global initiatives, including unique ways of working to combine their reach with foundations in science, and ensuring innovative solutions to meet the needs of both people and nature.

POW Canada’s mission is to turn passionate outdoor enthusiasts into effective climate advocates by educating, advocating, and inspiring communities and stakeholders. They believe a love of adventure in nature mandates the participation of outdoor enthusiasts in the fight to save and protect the environment.

In 2018, Alti Action donations contributed $88,000 to partner organizations Toronto-based Right To Play, Montreal’s Old Mission Brewery, and Vancouver’s Zero Ceiling. Since its inception in 2017, Alti Action has raised over $110,000 dollars for our partner organizations.

eCommerce businesses are proven to be more sustainable than brick-and-mortar storefronts, leaving a much smaller carbon footprint*. Our partnerships with the WWF-Canada and POW Canada are part of our leading environmental initiatives for 2019 of addressing climate change and nature conservation.


Learn more about Alti Action 2019 partner organizations and how to donate by visiting Altitude Sports curates technical, well-made, on-trend apparel and products for performance pursuits and the urban lifestyle. Visit our website at


Protect Our Winters launches in Canada

Posted on: December 3rd, 2018 by Protect Our Winters Canada

Having skied the Whistler Valley for decades, Mike Douglas has witnessed the creeping effects of climate change firsthand. “It’s something that’s kind of been in my face and on my radar since….

Global News At Noon BC

Posted on: November 24th, 2018 by Protect Our Winters Canada

This week greenhouse gas levels climbed to records high — prompting fresh concerns about the rapid and irreversible impact of climate change. ‘Protect our Winters’ is one group….

Kim Vinet on The Joy of Living with Fewer Things

Posted on: November 23rd, 2018 by Protect Our Winters Canada

Kim Vinet is a skier, an earth scientist and a public speaker. As we enter the crazy holidays here in the U.S., I hope this episode will serve as a reminder to value what matters. Kim lives in….

Protect Our Winters Canada

Posted on: November 1st, 2018 by Protect Our Winters Canada

Protect Our Winters is now in Canada and we’re happy to welcome them to the homeland with open arms. You’ve probably seen a handful of your favorite pro skiers stoking the POW….