Bromont is spending $8 million on new work for this season, bringing its total investment over 10 years to $45 million.

That's a lot of looneys, which is what Canadians call their currency.

Bromont is adding a loading conveyer at Versant des Cantons, allowing for quicker loading and less time on the lift.

At Versant du Lac, the resort is adding 200 parking spaces and 70 additional seating places in the Shack, which will now offer a pasta menu.

At Versant du Village, the Ste-Julie, Varennes, Candiac, and Quebec trails are being merged to create the Bromont, an intermediate trail designed to relieve traffic on the Brome.

The area also is spending $1.5 million to buy and install 85 new snow guns and pumps.

Bromont has a variety of passes and lift ticket choices for skiers and riders.

The Almost Anytime Pass costs $157.77 for adults age 12-69 and children age 6-11; it costs $77.77 for tots 5 and under, and seniors 70 and over. The pass is good anytime most weekdays and after 3 p.m. most weekends, with the exception of Christmas vacation and spring vacation weeks, when it is good only in the evenings. Holders receive 25 percent off lift tickets during blackout periods.

The Nights/Weekdays Pass costs $97.77 for adults and children, and $47.77 for tots and seniors. It is good for skiing every night from 5 p.m. to closing, and weekdays until 5 p.m.

Prices on these go up Dec. 2.

Bromont also offers the Seven Day Pass, which costs $397.77 for adults 16-64; $387.77 for students 8-23 and seniors 65-69; $307.77 for children 6-7; and $127.77 for tots 5 and under and seniors 70 and over. The pass is good seven days a week until 5 p.m.

The Unlimited Pass costs $405.54 for adults 16-64; $395.54 for students 8-23 and seniors 65-69; and $155.54 for tots 5 and under and seniors 70 and over.