Gosh, does my heart go out to this family. I may be in the minority, but I'm just seeing the risk of speed event skis to be too high. I also can't think of many slopes in little ontario suitable for really running the big straight SG skis straight out. Maybe the one down the face of the peaks, but I'd think it would be tough to keep the radius under control with the width of many of the runs at Blue.
I like Scotsskier's comment that SG skiing should potentially be limited to supervised/safety equipped runs.
B netting an entire hill is just not a practical solution, especially from an economic position. It's the speed and radius of those big skis that high sides the risk profile so severely. Ontario slopes are just not truly equipped for them.
I hesitate to digress, but I must protest against an over-reaction. While I disagree that super giant slalom skiing should be limited to supervised/safety equipped runs, I concur that it is much more dangerous on unprepared runs without the B-netting and willy bags in fall zones. It is all too easy to get used to speed and forget that a trip to the woods at speed can kill you. Agree that Ontario hills just aren't well suited for SG skis; it takes you half the hill to get up to speed, and then you can only get a few good turns in, well maybe a few more with the modern short radius SG skis.