Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops B.C. has sweet adventure and tourism programs and is close to Sun Peaks Ski resort.
Laurier has a ski and snowboard club that I know goes to Blue Mountain. I don't know too much about them but they are in the tri-city area with lots of other universities and colleges all in close proximity to one another. So you can go through a different nearby school's club if it's better. Also more schools means more woman and more woman means you can spread your seed and not fail generations of hard work by your ancestors. Whatever you do: DO NOT FAIL YOUR ANCESTORS.
Shameless self-promotion: Carleton University has a legit ski and snowboard program. We have biweekly jib sessions on campus and we go to Tremblant every Sunday. We actually manage to get around 3 coach buses packed with students every Sunday; It's a pretty happening place with very friendly people. We also host lots of rail competitions intermittently throughout the year. uOttawa is part of our ski program and as such they go on the Tremblant trips with us. Carleton also won the Red Bull Jib Cup aka we have lots of park rats.
However, behind enemy lines (in Quebec) and just a few hours down the road are McGill and Concordia who go to lots of other locations every week (Jay Peak, Tremblant, Mt Saint Anne etc.)
Instead of listing off Canadian schools and seeing as how you have lots of time to decide, I would just find good schools that have your program and then look into their ski and snowboard clubs. Message their club executives what mountains they go to, how often, and how much it all costs. They are pretty easy to find on facebook.