Fay hut

Fay hut at the Alpine Club of Canada. Fay hut at bivouac.com. Weather forecasts from Environment Canada. Public avalanche bulletins from Avalanche Canada. Kootenay National Park at Parks Canada. Google Earth Find the Fay hut at 51° 15' 45" N, 116° 12' 29" W.


Aaron HoffmanSon Real
Aaron Hoffman (born August 16, 1985) better known by his stage name SonReal, is a Vancouver-based Canadian hip hop and alternative artist signed to the Blackbox Recordings record label. He has released multiple free online albums and mixtapes in addition to two Canadian Juno-nominated commercial releases, The Closers in 2013 with Toronto's Rich Kidd and "Everywhere We Go" in 2014 for the category "Rap Recording of the Year".

Krista and Tatiana Hogan

Krista Hogan
They live with their mother, Felicia Simms, in Vernon, British Columbia, and often travel to Vancouver for care at BC Children's Hospital and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children. Based on statistics, the twins were given a 20% chance of survival at birth. At birth at B.C. Women's Hospital & Health Centre, they were described as "wriggly, vigorous and very vocal." They weighed twelve and a half pounds, not six and a half pounds as reported by some media outlets, when they were born by caesarean section. Tatiana is smaller and less robust than Krista.

Ryan Holmes

Holmes was born in Vernon, British Columbia. He grew up on a farm without electricity. Holmes won a district-wide programming contest in the fifth grade, and the prize was an Apple IIc which was rewired to run off of a car battery. He spent much of his spare time on the computer, both at school and at home. In 1997, Holmes enrolled in a business program at the University of Victoria on Vancouver Island but left the program early in 1997 to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors., he also studied at Okanagan College. In high school, Holmes founded a paintball field as his first business which later became an online retailer.

Flag of Vernon, British Columbia

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A flag of Vernon, British Columbia, a city in the Okanagan region of Canada, was adopted in November 2010 after it had been flown in Afghanistan by Canadian Forces members, including Gareth Eley, a seaman from the city, who returned the flag when it was adopted. It was presented to the mayor at a service member flag program, Home Flags Project, by Eley, in addition to a number of other municipal flags, in Vernon at the Wesbild Centre sports stadium during Remembrance Day ceremonies. The mayor stated it displays the "rich" history of this city to the public. Vernon City Council declared they would frame and display the flag at Vernon City Hall at this time.

FIS Cross-Country World Cup

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The FIS Cross-Country World Cup is an annual cross-country skiing competition, arranged by the International Ski Federation (FIS) since 1981. The competition was arranged unofficially between 1973 and 1981, although it received provisional recognition on the 31st FIS Congress, 29–30 April 1977 in Bariloche, Argentina.

List of postal codes of Canada: V

This is a list of postal codes in Canada where the first letter is V. Postal codes beginning with V are located within the Canadian province of British Columbia. Only the first three characters are listed, corresponding to the Forward Sortation Area.

NASCAR Pinty's Series

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The NASCAR Pinty's Series (Série NASCAR Pinty's), commonly abbreviated as NPS, is a national NASCAR racing series in Canada, with one race in the United States starting in 2018, that derives from the old CASCAR Super Series which was founded in 1981.

Leone Caetani

Due to his family's situation, after the end of his marriage and to the rise of Fascism, in 1927 he decided to emigrate to Vernon, British Columbia, Canada, with his new partner Ofelia Fabiani and their daughter Sveva. He later become a Canadian citizen. In 1935, the Fascist regime stripped him of his Italian citizenship and expelled him from the Accademia dei Lincei; he died soon afterwards in the same year in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Alpine club hut

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The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) is Canada's national mountain club, based in Canmore, Alberta, the ACC has been a focal point for Canadian mountaineers since 1906. The Alpine Club of Canada operates the largest network of back-country accommodation in North America. Its network of 25 alpine club huts are scattered across Canada, predominantly throughout the Canadian Rockies. * List of mountain huts in the Alps Category I: these huts are usually situated at least 1 hour's walk from road transport or the nearest road and may have basic facilities. Some are tiny shelters near the summit of a mountain. In larger huts food and beverages may be served.

Phyllis Munday

John Ambulance brigade in North Vancouver, British Columbia. 1938 honorary lifetime membership in the Alpine Club of Canada. 1972 inducted into the Order of Canada. 1998 stamp imprinted in her honour. 1922 Parapet Peak. 1922 Isosceles Peak. 1923 Blackcomb Peak. 1924 Foley Peak. 1930 Mount Munday. 1931 Sockeye Peak. 1936 Silverthrone Mountain. 1942 Mount Queen Bess. 1946 Reliance Mountain. Honorary member, Appalachian Mountain Club. Honorary member, Ladies' Alpine Club of Great Britain (1936). Honorary member, American Alpine Club (1967).

Jim Haberl Hut

Jim Haberl Hut at the Alpine Club of Canada. Jim Haberl Hut at bivouac.com. Air Reserve partnership announcement to build the hut. Jim Haberl accident article at mountainzone.com.

Peyto Hut

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The hut is maintained by the Alpine Club of Canada. The hut sleeps 18 in the summer and 16 in the winter. It is equipped with propane powered lamps and stovetop. There is a single outdoor drum toilet at this facility. Hut access requires approximately 6 to 8 hours of travel including at least an hour of glacier travel to get to from Peyto Lake, or 6 to 8 hours of glacier travel from the Bow Hut. Peyto Lake. Peyto Glacier. Wapta Icefield. Bow Hut. R.J. Ritchie Hut, (Balfour Hut).

Wapta Icefield

These are the glaciers that are part of this icefield: There are 5 huts which provide accommodation to mountaineers on the Wapta Icefield that are operated by the Alpine Club of Canada. *List of glaciers in Canada Peyto Glacier. Bow Glacier. Yoho Glacier. Vulture Glacier. The Crowfoot Glacier which was once connected to this icefield is no longer part of the Wapta Icefields. Bow Hut. Peter and Catharine Whyte Hut (Peyto Hut). Balfour Hut. Louise and Richard Guy Hut. Scott Duncan Hut.

Andrew Ebbett

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Andrew Ebbett (born January 2, 1983) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre currently playing with SC Bern of the National League (NL).

Josh Dueck

Dueck was born on January 13, 1981 in Kimberley, British Columbia and now resides at Vernon, British Columbia. He was a former freestyle skier and coach before he became disabled. He became disabled when he overshot a demonstration jump in March 2004, breaking his back and left him as a T11 classification. He told reporters, "I knew deeply and intuitively that it was a bad idea". Dueck has entered the 2010 Paralympics just 6 years after he became disabled. He won silver at the slalom for a time of 1:24.19. "I had a line in mind and I was able to stick to it. I took some chances, got lucky. Pretty sure I had some angels on my side for a few of those gates I was just clipping.

Eric Godard

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Eric Godard (born March 7, 1980) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey right winger who played in the National Hockey League with the New York Islanders, Calgary Flames and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Godard was known as an enforcer for his physical style of play and regularly dropping the gloves. His nickname is "The Hand of God".

Tome, Miyagi

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. 🇨🇦- Vernon, British Columbia, Canada. 🇨🇳 - Huishan District, Wuxi, Jiangsu, China. Shotaro Ishinomori – manga artist. Katsuhiro Otomo – manga artist. Kouzou Sasaki – politician. Shio Satō – manga artist. Maruyama Gondazaemon – sumo.