G. T. Jerry Johnston
Jerry Johnston became interested in disabled skiing while working as a ski school director at Sunshine Village. In 1961, he began using the 'one ski and two outriggers' method for his leg amputee students which he went on to modify for other handicapped skiers. In 1971, he helped to form the Alberta Amputee Ski Association which later became the Alberta Association for Disabled Skiing and acted as its president from 1972 to 1977. Jerry Johnston was elected President of the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing in 1976, becoming the Executive Coordinator in 1978. He was Canada's team manager for the 1980 Winter Olympics for the Disabled.
- 1974 - Alberta Achievement Awards: Service
- 1979 - Alberta Achievement Awards: Excellence
- 1984 – Received the Canada West Ski Areas Association Jim Marshall Award
- 1988 – Alberta Achievement Awards: Service (Calgary Olympics)
- 1991 – Canadian Skiers Hall of Fame – Honour Roll
- 2000 – Canadian Ski Council Millennium 2000 Award – Honoured for leaving a Legacy to our Sport & Industry by providing outstanding vision, leadership, and performance
- 2000 – Awarded the Order of Canada for work and dedication to skiing for the Disabled.
- 2003 – Canadian Paralympic Committee Hall of Fame – (CPC Hall of Fame)
- 2003-2005 - Patricia Ramage Award - recognizes tireless volunteer efforts and dedication as a volunteer to the Canadian Ski & Snowboard Association.
- 2005 - Alberta Centennial Salute for Sport and Recreation Award
- 2008 - Town of Banff Sports Hall of Fame
- 2013 - Canadian Disability Hall of Fame (Nov. 5, 2013)