Alpine Canada has agreed a multi-year nutritional products deal with supplement brand FitLine.
The deal will see FitLine provide Canada's Alpine skiing, ski cross and Para-Alpine skiing teams through to 2023.
FitLine is a brand of PM-International AG, a company based in Luxembourg.
"FitLine products are well-known across the sports world and now available in Canada," said Alpine Canada's chief commercial officer Steve Wallace.
"We value their commitment to clean sports and are excited that the FitLine products will keep our Canadian skiers supplied with the vitamins and nutrients for the stamina, power and regeneration they need to be the best in the world."
FitLine products are included on the Cologne List, which lists nutritional supplements that are said to be at reduced risk of contamination from banned substances.
The brand will also support athletes directly, with Alpine skier Brodie Seger, ski cross athlete Keven Drury and Para-Alpine racer Alexis Guimond set to wear shoulder patch logos.
"We are excited to team up with Alpine Canada, especially as 100 years of ski racing is celebrated in Canada," said Torsten Weber, head of sports marketing at PM-International.
"Canada has a storied history of ski racing excellence with thrilling performances and inspiring athletes.
"We are confident that our partnership with Alpine Canada will help us to promote the FitLine brand in Canada."