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What's Happening This Week:
Dec. 10 - Backcountry Avalanche Workshop - Tumbler Ridge - Community Centre
Dec. 11 - Backcountry Avalanche Workshop - Dawson Creek - CANCELED!
Dec. 12 - CAC Forecaster Open Forum - Chetwynd - CANCELED!
Dec. 12 - Staying Alive Kicking Horse Mnt Resort - Golden Senior Centre
Dec. 13 - Backcountry Avalanche Workshop - Mackenzie - CANCELED!
We regret to cancel the BAWs in Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Mackenzie. A combination of bad weather, bad roads and health issues changed the schedule. The CAC will be back in the N. Rockies this season, so please contact us if you would like us to present in your community.
Throttle Decisions Release
CAC launched Throttle Decisions, a new video series aimed at encouraging mountain sledders to get avalanche training.View Details
New Look for CAC Field Truck
Thanks to a generous donation from Monashee Powder Snowcats and their suppliers, the CAC Field Truck is looking and running great!View Details
Press Release-Avalanche Search Apps
New apps marketed as replacements for transceivers can be dangerous. Read our news release here.View Details
Paper - Review of Avalanche Search Apps
For more information on the CAC's review of avalanche search apps, you can read the report here.View Details
North Rockies Pilot Project
With help from the Government of BC and Apache Corporation, the CAC conducted a pilot project in the North Rockies region last season. Read the final report and recommendations here.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
McBride Big Country Snowmobile Assoc Joins Buck-A Day
ABCSC announced that the McBride club has committed to contributing to the Buck-a-Day program. All proceeds to ABCSC Buck-A-Day Program go to CAC avalanche safety programs for snowmobilers, including the AST Sled program and snowmobile outreach.View Details
Backcountry Access Donates to Youth Avalanche Education
Backcountry Access has generously donated 30 digital transceivers to the CAC youth avalanche education program.View Details
Yukon Avalanche Forecasting Program to Continue in 2014
The YAA is pleased to announce that the avalanche forecasting program will continue in 2014.View Details
Smithers Snowmobile Association Gives Generously to CAC
Smithers Snowmobile Association joined the "Buck-a-Day" program to donate to the CAC.View Details
Announcement of New CAC Executive Director
The CAC welcomes Gilles Valade as our new Executive Director.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