Sunday , 26 March 2017

Claire Challen takes viewers on an insiders look at the epic powder and Selkirk Snowcats. Sandwiched between the Selkirk and Purcell Mountains in a reliable and consistent snow zone, treating guests to true steep-and-deep experience. The nearby Kootenay and Duncan lakes fuel a westward weather pattern that brings 50 feet of annual snow. As the locals say, the weather starts here.

HISTORIC DAY: Canada outduels Norway; Erik Guay wins super-G world title, Manny Osborne-Paradis 3rd

February 8, 2017  |   Features

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland — Erik Guay won the super-G title at the world championships on Wednesday as the veteran Canadians outdueled the favoured Norwegians. The 35-year-old Guay earned his first victory in almost three years, beating Olympic super-G champion Kjetil Jansrud by 0.45 seconds. Norway seemed sure to also take ...
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Bon Appétit: A skier’s guide to dining out in Québec

February 6, 2017  |   Features

AS A LIFELONG SKIER, I’VE BEEN CONDITIONED TO SALIVATE AT THE SOUND OF CERTAIN WORDS. Like Pavlov’s mutt, I start drooling the moment someone even whispers, “powder day,” “first chair,” or, “first tracks.” Living here in Quebec, there are two other words that never fail to whet my whistle: “bon ...
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