Committed to your well-being

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A new year is a perfect reason to arm ourself with resolutions! As 2023 begins, Mont SUTTON chose to get involved in two causes close to its heart by announcing today partnerships promoting health, both of the body and the mind.


To be part of the solution towards a healthy society, Mont SUTTON takes action by being associated to the 13th edition of Bell Let’s Talk, insisting on the importance of breaking the taboos surrounding the growing psychological distress in Canada by promoting the accessibility to adequate resources. It’s also a way to remind our employees that we are there to listen to them and that access to professionnals could be provided if needed. On Saturday, January 21, Bell will be at the foot of the slopes from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to present the 2023 campaign Bell Let’s Talk: Let’s Change This, distribute hot chocolate and collect testimonials from visitors. A vox pop will be created from the ideas and experiences shared that day. Come meet us and you could be put forward on our networks on January 25, the national day of the event, to raise awareness on the issues evoked. Details are here. You’re also invited to learn more about the annual campaign by visiting the website


Because movement is always good for the body, but also for the mind, and that February is the month of the heart, a collaboration with the Fondation En Cœur, working to support children with heart disease and their families, will give birth to the 1st edition of Sutton en Cœur, on Saturday, February 18. Skiers, snowboarders and alpine hikers are invited to 6 hours of physical activity. Although participants are not required to be on the slopes for 6 hours, the day, set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., symbolizes the average duration of an open-heart surgery… A panoply of surprises await participants and a special après-ski will take place at the Little Tucker from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to happily close the day. You can from now register to be a part of the event, alone or with a team, at More details here.


Jean-Michel Ryan, Mont SUTTON president and general manager, expressed himself on those new associations that came quite naturally, the outdoors and physical activity being an excellent ways to soothe ailments and encourage good cardiovascular health. He then added that “these two new collaborations, which we hope will be long-lasting, are a concrete expression of our desire to get involved and raise awareness about two major issues. We are pleased to support two important players, Bell and the Fondation En Cœur, promoting the improvement of the well-being of individuals and families who are affected. These days are also an opportunity to encourage our skiers to take care of themselves on our beautiful mountain.“.


We want to remind you that among the 60 slopes of Mont SUTTON, many are suitable for beginners looking for new winter activities to enjoy the invigorating air and escape from the daily grind. Moreover, bucolic landscapes allow you to be one with nature and to fully enjoy the moment. Many packages and low-cost promotions are available and attractive to discover new winter sports, such as the yooner.








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