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Alpine High Minus 4 Falling To -8 This Afternoon. Snowfall Accumulation 15 To 25 Cm. Freezing Level Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds Southwest 30 To 50 Km/H Diminishing Near Midday To West 30 Km/H.
Tonight..Clearing This Evening. Alpine Temperature Steady Near Minus 11. Freezing Level Valley Bottom. Mountain Top Winds West 30 Km/H Becoming 20 Km/H Overnight.
Winter Women's Clinics & Camp Dates
January 15-17 ~ February 8-10 ~ March 4-6
For additional information or to register today, visit SkiAlpine.com
ALBERTA – January 14, 2008- Husky Energy, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies (RCR), and Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) are helping kids get and stay in shape with the Husky Snow Stars Grade 2 FunPassä program.
The Husky Snow Stars Grade 2 FunPassä program provides Alberta and British Columbia Grade 2 students the opportunity to learn and build their skiing and snowboarding skills, while encouraging healthy, active, family activities.
The program, now in its fifth season, was initiated in 2003 by Husky Energy, Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, and is endorsed by Alpine Canada Alpin Alberta’s Promise. Grade 2 FunPassä holders are given an RCR Super Pass for the 2007/08 ski season. This pass entitles them to unlimited use at Lake Louise Mountain Resort, Fernie Alpine Resort, Kimberley Alpine Resort, and Nakiska.
“Childhood obesity and inactivity is an increasing problem among Canadian children,” says Matt Mosteller, Senior Director, Business Development for Resorts of the Canadian Rockies. “This program promotes healthy, active lifestyles from a young age by introducing kids to skiing and snowboarding. It also encourages families to participate in sports together, which we feel is very important to encourage.”
The Husky Snow Stars Grade 2 FunPassä program is privately funded. Says Mosteller, “With the success we have experienced in the four previous seasons, we are eager to see the incredible long-term benefits for kids from this program. This is an excellent way to get kids active in winter.”
To qualify, the child must be in Grade 2 (or born in 2000). A copy of a birth certificate, current Grade 2 report card, or last year’s Grade 1 report card must be provided for a pass to be issued. There is a $10 pass processing fee.
For more information about the Husky Snow Stars Grade 2 FunPassä, please
Last 24 Hours: 2-3"
Trails Open 87 (34.0 Miles)
Lifts Open: 9
Machine Groomed/Packed Powder
Last 24 Hours: 2-3"
Last 48 Hours: 4"
Last 7 Days: 3-5"
Season Total: 168"
Average Base Depths
Snowmaking: 20" - 60"
4-6 inches of new snow
Collegiate Snow Fest
Jan 13, 2008 - Jan 18, 2008
Week two of Collegiate Snow Fest offers many on snow and evening entertainment options. Enjoy a full week of activities fun for all college students
2016 Applicant Cities return responses
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) today announced that all seven cities applying to host the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in 2016 have returned their Application Files, which contain their responses to the IOC Candidature Acceptance Procedure questionnaire.
Chicago (USA), Prague (Czech Republic), Tokyo (Japan), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Baku (Azerbaijan), Doha (Qatar) and Madrid (Spain)* - had until midnight on 14 January to submit their files to the IOC in Lausanne, Switzerland.
The Application File, which marks the first phase in the procedure leading to the election of the host city of the Olympic Games in 2016, should, through the responses to the 25 questions asked and guarantees requested, provide the IOC with an overview of each Applicant City's project. For details of the 2016 bid process, please visit our website at the following address:
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