Club News


Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in Club News | Comments Off on Sponsors

The Greenstone Snow Club would like to thank all the sponsors that helped. Without sponsors and volunteers the Club would not exist. Here are the sponsors: Sunset Apartment, Greenstone Dental Dr Jakob Marszowski, Beaulieu Bus Line, Longlac Lodge and Cabins, Beaulieu Construction, Caisse Populaire de Longlac, Ranger Tire Sales, Fawcett Funeral Home, North Star Convenience, Ray and Doris Truck Parts, Longlac Auto Centre, First General Services ( Dany Moffatt), Superior Sight and Sounds, Barino Construction Ltd, Wild Country Sports, Robins Donuts Ltd, Aditya Birla AV Terrace Bay Woodlands,...

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Poker Runs coming up:

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Club News | Comments Off on Poker Runs coming up:

Poker Run à venir, coming up ; – Le 22 janvier Berma Loop , part de la Pizzeria a 12:00 midi. – January 22nd leaving pisseria at 12:00pm Berma Lopp Run – Le 5 février Wild Goose Loop ( cross country run) part du Crown & Acre a Geraldton a 12:00 midi – Feb 5th Wild Goose Lopp (cross countryrun) leaving Crown and Anchor at 12;00pm – le 20 Février Family Day Run pour Caramat part du Robin’s a 12:00 – Feb 20th Family Day Run to Caramat leaving Robin’s at 12:00pm – le 4-5 mars Hearst Rally part du Robin’s a 8:00 am, pour reservation contactez...

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Trail status Dec 20th 2016

Posted by on Dec 20, 2016 in Club News | Comments Off on Trail status Dec 20th 2016

English message below… C’est officiel, nous sommes le premier club en Ontario et dans le district à ouvrir nos sentiers! – Les sentiers de Longlac à Caramat et le “Burma Loop” sont ouverts. – Les sentiers entre Longlac et Geraldton et le “Fernow Loop” seront les prochains à être ouvrir. Nouvelles; Le Club offre un cours de jeunes conducteurs (12 ans et plus) le 14 janvier à Geraldton, les participants doivent s’inscrire au bureau municipale de Longlac. Le Corridor du Nord vont investir 80 000$ dans le sentier entre Hearst et Longlac ! Au...

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Feb 09.2016 Update

Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in Club News | Comments Off on Feb 09.2016 Update

Let’s go sledding!! The Greenstone Snowmobile Club would like to inform everyone that all of our trails have been opened for over a month now. In fact, we where the first in all of Ontario to open a part of our trails this year. This would not have been possible without all the hard work from all of our volunteers. The Greenstone Snowmobile Club would like to remind everyone to have a look at our website,, for a list of all the poker runs for the season. One has already gone by, but the second one will be on Monday, February 15th 2016. The Greenstone Snowmobile Club will...

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Greenstone Snow Club update Jan 19.2015

Posted by on Jan 19, 2016 in Club News | Comments Off on Greenstone Snow Club update Jan 19.2015

Yes we are still here! It’s been a slow start like many other snow clubs across Ontario this year, do in part to the late winter we’ve had so far. Many club’s across Ontario are faced with “swamping” the Groomer because the ground is not frozen yet. But this hasn’t stop us from moving ahead with our club. As you know the Longlac and Geraldton Snow Club have joined force together, so that we can better server our community. The Longlac groomer is down for the count, but with the help of District 15, we were able to get an older, “in working condition” groomer from...

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Longlac and Geraldton Snowmobile Club October 2015 update

Posted by on Oct 2, 2015 in Club News | Comments Off on Longlac and Geraldton Snowmobile Club October 2015 update

Did you know there is only 11 weeks until winter is finally here? Lucky for us they say we are going to be blessed with a wonderful winter with a lot of snow and mild temperatures. You know what that means; everyday day off will be a sled day! I, Eric Corbin, the Vice-President of the Longlac Snowmobile Club attended the OFSC AGM in Collingwood this September. I also attended the District 15 meetings in Kapuskasing this summer and in September again, representing both snowmobile clubs in Greenstone. We were well accepted, everyone was happy to see us there and I am looking forward to working...

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