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Selkirk College will award ski industry veteran Steve Paccagnan at the upcoming Graduation 2017 ceremony at the Castlegar Campus with the Distinguished Alumnus honour to recognize his excellence in advancing outdoor recreation in Canada.
Minimizing the environmental impacts of a mountain resort is a balancing act. From chairlifts to snowmaking, waste management and night ski lights, challenges change based on season, local weather and climate.
Although the 16-17 ski season isn’t completely done from coast to coast, many of us are already left trying to cope with another winter that’s come and gone. To help with the post-winter blues, we’ve gathered our top 5 favourite stories from the past season.
Whistler Blackcomb’s terrain parks have been a breeding ground for some of Canada’s top talent, providing progressive features to help mold tomorrow’s Olympians.
The results are in! Alpine Canada has announced the well-deserving winners of the 2017 Canadian Ski Racing Awards.
Grouse Mountain played host to a week-long innovation session for some of the world's top snowboarders, resulting in a 3-minute action clip highlighting the best moments of these athletes hitting the custom playground.
After consecutive summer and winter seasons of strong performance, Sun Peaks Resort is well positioned to take another significant step forward with complete remodels of two key food and beverage outlets.
It's not just families who buy into the Grade 4 & 5 Snowpass - sporting organizations like Freestyle Canada are also big supporters of our program. Elite skiers spend thousands of days on skis but some of the earliest experiences are the most important. Phil Marquis, Freestyle Canada team member and World Cup medalist, shares his memories of skiing as a kid and how they shaped him as a skier.
After being nearly inseparable during their university years, three friends embark on a ski trip to the Canadian Rockies to get reacquainted.
It can be easy to forget what it’s like to start from the beginning when you’ve done something for so many years. Like skiing or snowboarding. Think you can never go back to the beginning? When you’re Gregg from Slopefillers, you find a way.