Perkins retiring from Jackson Ski Touring Foundation
Thom Perkins is retiring from the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation. Perkins has been the executive director of the non-profit foundation since 1976 and has helped transform the small village of Jackson into a world renowned cross-country and snowshoeing venue, according to a press release.
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Sun Apr 20, 2014
Sat Apr 19, 2014
The Winnipeg Free Press
New things to see
If the sinking loonie wasn't enough to keep you in Canada for your vacation this summer, then several new attractions might make you want to stay anyway.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Sets and the City
Vancouver excels at portraying other places: Seattle, New York, Chicago and more in movies ranging from Juno and Mission Impossible 4 to Superman: Man of Steel and most of The Twilight Saga series.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Globe and Mail
Rescuers who saved B.C. skier 'have done something miraculous'
The parents of a Simon Fraser University student rescued after falling into a tree well and going into cardiac arrest are crediting a "string of miracles" for their daughter's rescue.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
CPR 101: How you can save a life
That's the advice offered to first aid trainees learning how to administer CPR in the hope that, one day, they'll be able to help someone in need.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Christine Newman's medical miracle: Revived from near-death
A B.C. search and rescue team says an Alberta woman in her 20s who has been living in Metro Vancouver is extremely lucky to be recovering from hypothermia this week, after she was found in the snow by strangers and kept alive with CPR for hours.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Seiders wins Winter Games award
Angelina Seiders, a seventh-grader at Thomaston Grammar School, was chosen to receive the Frank Hemingway Award at the 2014 Special Olympic of Maine Winter Games at Sugarloaf.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Vail Daily News
April Fool's: Resorts to host - ski-less' championships
Vail Resorts will make a bold statement highlighting global warming with a "ski-less" 2015 Alpine World Championships, sources say.
Sun Mar 30, 2014
The Daily Courier
Adventure race pushes competitors to new highs
Local triathlete Ken Evans competes in last year's Penticton Ramada Inn Elevator Race.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Airdrie City View
Special Olympics Airdrie gearing up for spring and summer season
Although the winter weather has stuck around longer than most people in Airdrie would of liked, that isn't stopping Special Olympics Airdrie from getting ready for its spring and summer athletic season.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Cross-country ski trek in Yosemite never fails to inspire
A trip to 7,385-foot-high Dewey Point above the south rim of Yosemite Valley forces the mind to reassess what's big.
Yorkton This Week & Enterprise
Finding an affinity for winter
There are get away holidays and then there are get away holidays which are so unusual they become the inspiration for a book.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Blog: Sweet Home California
A few weeks ago, a ranch guest from North Carolina entertained an entire table for an evening with stories about Blackbeard the pirate as the fire roared, the spring wind whistled under doorways, and the wet snow blanketed the porch outside.
The Daily Bucket - Seeking Snow at Hurricane Ridge
I know that for most of you across the country, the idea that I would willingly go in search of snow seems ridiculous about now.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Team Yukon finishes fifth overall with 85 ulus
Team Yukon junior female curling skip Bailey Horte won gold in the recreational mixed doubles event, curling alongside Alberta North's Steven Brulotte Saturday at the Arctic Winter Games.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
German skier becomes the latest victim of B.C. avalanches: Mounties
Mounties in southeast British Columbia say a 45-year-old man from Germany is dead following an avalanche north of the community of Revelstoke.
Snowshoeing one heck of a hobby for Ferreira and Folcik-Welts
Snowshoe racing is a means to an end for Concord's Amber Ferreira and Northwood's Kristina Folcik-Welts.