Timmins Pro Snowcross Secures $75k Grant for Canadian Snowcross Racing Association Event

Members of the Timmins Pro Snowcross and Canadian Snowcross Racing Association accept a check for $75,000 from Madison Mizzau, representative of the MAT Tourism Grant Committee.

TIMMINS, ON —  Timmins Pro Snowcross received a boost of $75,000 from the MAT Tourism Fund for the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association (CSRA) event.

This grant helps support an incredible weekend of racing and showcases the importance of snowmobile sports in our community.

The MAT Tourism Grant Committee is thrilled to support the Timmins Pro Snowcross event as a highlight of the winter sports calendar. Whether you’re a snowmobile enthusiast or just looking for a thrilling day out, mark your calendars for this event that’s sure to get your heart racing.

At the Timmins Pro Snowcross event, you can expect to see some of the nation’s best snowmobile riders in action. From thrilling races to gravity-defying jumps, there’s excitement for the whole family.

The event takes place March 9th and 10th at the city snow facility on Spruce St. South

For all the latest updates on the Timmins Pro Snowcross event and the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association, visit www.snowcross.com/timmins-pro-snowcross/. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience the adrenaline rush of professional snowmobile racing right here in Timmins!


For more information, contact Madison Mizzau at madison.mizzau@timmins.ca or (705)360-2600 x 7099.

The MAT Tourism Grant, administered by the TEDC, offers strategic investment and funding to promote and grow the tourism industry in the City of Timmins. Find more information at timminsedc.com/mat-fund/.

About the TEDC
The TEDC is the city’s non-profit community economic development team. We facilitate and support economic and social activity that creates jobs, diversifies the economy and improves quality of life.

Land Acknowledgement
The TEDC acknowledges that we are located on the traditional Lands of Mattagami First Nation, Flying Post First Nation, and Matachewan First Nation, home to many Ojibway, Cree, Oji-Cree, Algonquin and Métis people. We also acknowledge that we are situated in Treaty 9 territory (also known as the James Bay Treaty), which is steeped in the rich Indigenous history of many First Nations, Metis and Inuit People.