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MAMMOTH to open NOV 10th $56 adult Value Season lift tickets available at the ticket counter through November 22, 2005. Join us for Opening Celebration November 12, 2005 at Main Lodge: 10:30am - Forum Youngblood Rail Jam 11am - Broadway Marketplace Ribbon Cutting & Champagne Toast 11:30am - 3:30pm - Tungsten City Band 1-3pm - Complimentary Ski and Snowboard Tips 2pm - Free Hot Dogs (while supplies last)
Whether you are skiing or snowboarding, you can SKI FOR FREE by simply booking your accommodation with Big White Central Reservations or Silver Star Holidays now! That's right, you can stay at either of our great resorts in ski-in / ski-out accommodation and take advantage of our consistent early season ski conditions and get your lift tickets for free.
The Ski Free offer is valid on bookings from November 23 - December 15, 2005. Click here for complete package information.
Big White and Silver Star consistently offer the best early season conditions anywhere. In fact, we are confident enough to provide a Snow Guarantee on natural snow conditions. If we are unable to operate a least one lift due to lack of snow you can select to change your accommodation package to another available date or cancel at no penalty whatsoever.
Big White
Silver Star
cenres@bigwhite.com for reservations


IOC News
TORINO 2006 The Olympic Winter Games will be held in Turin from 10 to 26 February 2006. The Winter Games comprise seven different sports and 15 different disciplines, which will be played out in eight different competition sites. Around 2,500 athletes, 650 judges and umpires and one million spectators are expected to participate in this 20th edition of the Winter Games.
Nov 4 2005
The 60th Session of the United Nations General Assembly has passed the Olympic Truce Resolution, put forward by the nation of Italy on behalf of the IOC, and entitled “Building a peaceful and better world through sport and the Olympic ideal.” The Resolution, which comes ahead of the XX Olympic Winter Games – Torino 2006, was sponsored by 190 member states of the General Assembly. The passing of the Olympic Truce Resolution by the General Assembly demonstrates the role of sport as a means of promoting peace throughout the world. During the vote, the IOC was represented by IOC members Guy Drut and Ibrahim Diallo, as well as Tommy Sithole, the director of the IOC’s International Cooperation and Development department.
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