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The Keremeos Creek wildfire is currently visible from the Apex Mountain Resort’s webcams. (Apex Mountain Resort)

B.C. resort village evacuated as Penticton-area wildfire approaches

Keremeos Creek wildfire estimated at 437 hectares and growing

 

Devon Wheeler takes a selfie as he hits the water during the “Slush Cup” at Sunshine Village ski resort near Banff, Alta., Monday, May 19, 2014. This is the 86th annual event and features prizes for the best belly flop, biggest splash and best face plant. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Banff Sunshine Village to open to skiers, snowboarders and hikers on Canada Day

Resort plans to open Tuesday for summer skiing and riding and hopes to remain open until Sunday

 

Ed Kozuki, his 
daughter Kim 
Kozuki, and wife Midori Kozuki enjoy a day at Mt. Washington, Saturday, March 19. See page A18 for 
their story.
 (Photo submitted)

Williams Lake seniors proudly supporting competitive skiing granddaughter

Ed and Midori Kozuki often travel to be with granddaughter Zoe Greze-Kozuki at competitions

 

(Pixabay photo)

’Tragic accident’ kills skier at Cypress Mountain Resort

West Vancouver Police Department and coroner’s office investigating

(Pixabay photo)
Maja Hale, from left, Cody Holub, Eliana Sigurdson and Charlotte Clay are all in the Nancy Greene program for young skiers. The quartet were enjoying some hot dogs after some runs at Mount Timothy Ski Area on Feb. 26. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Young skiers at Mount Timothy Ski Area refuel between runs

Racing against the clock a fun day for young skiers

Maja Hale, from left, Cody Holub, Eliana Sigurdson and Charlotte Clay are all in the Nancy Greene program for young skiers. The quartet were enjoying some hot dogs after some runs at Mount Timothy Ski Area on Feb. 26. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Canada’s Cameron Alexander speeds down the course during an alpine ski, men’s World Cup downhill in Kvitfjell, Norway, Friday, March 4, 2022. (AP Photo/Gabriele Facciotti)

B.C. skier ends Canadian downhill drought in shared victory

Cameron Alexander comes out of nowhere to earn country’s first downhill win in 2014

Canada’s Cameron Alexander speeds down the course during an alpine ski, men’s World Cup downhill in Kvitfjell, Norway, Friday, March 4, 2022. (AP Photo/Gabriele Facciotti)
Cooper Engle gets some air off a box while competing in the first Bring the Fam Rail Jam at Boitanio Park on Feb. 20. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Williams Lake hosted the first ever rail jam competition in Boitanio Park

Rails, a few bails and a whale tail at first rail jam competition

Cooper Engle gets some air off a box while competing in the first Bring the Fam Rail Jam at Boitanio Park on Feb. 20. (Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Sue Price, right, teaches her granddaughter Victoria Wilson, 5, how to ski at Troll Ski Resort’s bunny hill on Feb. 4. It was Victoria’s first day on the hill, and Price said she “just loves” sharing the sport with her granddaughters.<ins> She has taught her two older granddaughter’s already and was all smiles as Victoria had a ball practicing her ‘pizza’ and ‘french fries.’ </ins>(Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Troll Ski Resort near Quesnel and Williams Lake celebrates 50 years

The family-owned and operated ski hill is where generations of locals learned to ski

Sue Price, right, teaches her granddaughter Victoria Wilson, 5, how to ski at Troll Ski Resort’s bunny hill on Feb. 4. It was Victoria’s first day on the hill, and Price said she “just loves” sharing the sport with her granddaughters.<ins> She has taught her two older granddaughter’s already and was all smiles as Victoria had a ball practicing her ‘pizza’ and ‘french fries.’ </ins>(Ruth Lloyd photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Fernie Alpine Resort turnoff on Hwy. 3. (Scott Tibballs / The Free Press)

Man dies after skiing accident at B.C.’s Fernie Alpine Resort

A man died from injuries sustained while skiing at Fernie Alpine Resort over the weekend

Fernie Alpine Resort turnoff on Hwy. 3. (Scott Tibballs / The Free Press)
Canada’s Amanda Asay of Prince George, B.C., prepares to throw the ball in an undated handout photo. Asay, a longtime National team member, died of injuries sustained in a skiing accident in Nelson, B.C., Baseball Canada said Sunday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Baseball Canada, *MANDATORY CREDIT*

Longtime Canadian women’s baseball star Amanda Asay dies after skiing accident in Nelson

Amanda Asay, who was from Prince George, B.C., was 33 when she died

Canada’s Amanda Asay of Prince George, B.C., prepares to throw the ball in an undated handout photo. Asay, a longtime National team member, died of injuries sustained in a skiing accident in Nelson, B.C., Baseball Canada said Sunday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Baseball Canada, *MANDATORY CREDIT*
Mount Washington employees and skiers collaborate to set up a safety net under the Sunrise chairlift and catch a young person who was dangling from their chair. Screenshot

VIDEO: Skier dangling from chairlift caught by Mt. Washington staff, Good Samaritans

Mount Washington staff and skiers used a makeshift life net to catch…

Mount Washington employees and skiers collaborate to set up a safety net under the Sunrise chairlift and catch a young person who was dangling from their chair. Screenshot
(Manning Park Resort photo)

Manning Park Resort workers report at least 20 cases of COVID-19 among staff

But management says protocols are being followed and sick employees are taken out of workforce

(Manning Park Resort photo)
Four search and rescue groups joined Kelowna RCMP and Big White ski patrol in trying to locate and overdue snowboarder. The man was found Monday, Dec. 27, deceased. (COSAR photo)

Missing snowboarder found dead at Okanagan ski resort

RCMP and two search and rescue groups were looking for the man at Kelowna’s Big White

Four search and rescue groups joined Kelowna RCMP and Big White ski patrol in trying to locate and overdue snowboarder. The man was found Monday, Dec. 27, deceased. (COSAR photo)
(SilverStar Facebook)

Vernon snowboarder found dead in ravine at Silverstar Resort

The victim was a Vernon man in his 40s

(SilverStar Facebook)
Mount Timothy’s Glen Tanner waxes a pair of skies while getting the pro-shop ready for the coming season. (Photo submitted)
Mount Timothy’s Glen Tanner waxes a pair of skies while getting the pro-shop ready for the coming season. (Photo submitted)
(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot)

B.C. ski resorts prepare for holiday cancellations due to highway closures

Big White ski resort said over 70 holiday bookings have already been cancelled

(THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot)
Brodie Seger of Canada flies down the course during the second Men’s World Cup downhill training run in Lake Louise, Alta., on November 24, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

Brodie Seger, Jack Crawford lead rebuilding Canadian men’s downhill ski team

Olympic Games season starts with today’s World Cup downhill in Lake Louise

Brodie Seger of Canada flies down the course during the second Men’s World Cup downhill training run in Lake Louise, Alta., on November 24, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn
Mt. Timothy Recreation Resort is looking forward to an ready for the potential early start season. Angie Mindus photo / Williams Lake Tribune

Mount Timothy prepares for an early season

The season is slated to begin in mid-December, weather permitting

Mt. Timothy Recreation Resort is looking forward to an ready for the potential early start season. Angie Mindus photo / Williams Lake Tribune
Mount Timothy has completed the construction of four new cabins for guests to stay at during the winter season. (Photo submitted)

Mount Timothy prepares for an early season

The season is slated to begin in mid-December, weather permitting

Mount Timothy has completed the construction of four new cabins for guests to stay at during the winter season. (Photo submitted)
Mount Timothy's rental lodge has been renovated with brand new log sidings just in time for the upcoming ski season. (Photo submitted)

Mount Timothy Recreation Resort preparing for an early season

Resort owners and staff have spent the summer renovating and completing construction projects

Mount Timothy's rental lodge has been renovated with brand new log sidings just in time for the upcoming ski season. (Photo submitted)