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2013-14 Annual Report Released
The Canadian Avalanche Centre's 2013-14 Annual Report is available online. Learn about what we accomplished over the past year.View Details
Support Public Avalanche Safety - Donate Today!
The Canadian Avalanche Foundation is the charitable fundraiser in support of public avalanche safety in Canada. They support core CAC programs and services in addition to a other public avalanche safety initiatives across the country. Donate today by clicking this link!View Details
New Fundraiser for the CAC
We are pleased to announce the hiring of Dale Bayley as Chief Development Officer for the CAC. We thank the CAF for their partnership in this initiative.View Details
Share YOUR Knowledge
You are an experienced backcountry user with solid avalanche skills and training or you are a trained avalanche professional - Congratulations! Now you can pay it forward through mentorship. Find out how.View Details
CAC and BC Coroner Service Issue Safety ReminderView Details
Watch TEDx Talk - Risk: the Anatomy of Chance and Uncertainty
Watch this great TEDx talk presented by Grant Statham on Risk. It could help you apply these concepts to decisions involving risk in the backcountry or in other areas of your life.View Details
Key Safety Messages for Snowmobilers
Together with ISMA and the US Forest Service, the CAC came up with five key avalanche safety points for snowmobilers across Canada and the US. Here they are.View Details
Purchase your CAC logo'd Innate Tumbler or Insulated Travel Mug!
Innate travel mugs and tumblers with the CAC logo are NOW available to purchase directly from the CAC. All proceeds go directly to CAC public avalanche safety programming.View Details
Are You Dreaming About a New Pair of Skis?
Check out Big Bend Skis "Graphics that Give" program featuring a new CAC topsheet design for your next pair of custom skis. Buy a pair of custom built skis with our beautifully designed topsheet and you will help fund our Youth Program. It's that simple.View Details
Youth Avalanche Safety
Are you a youth checking out some big lines or heading into the backcountry? Get some knowledge here first.View Details
Educators & Parents
If you are a parent or educator we have resources for you.View Details