The Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA) operates the Canadian Avalanche Centre (CACentre) in interior British Columbia, at the heart of avalanche country. The CACentre provides various services to its professional members, as well as the public. Building upon the financial base of many individual and corporate donors, the Canadian Avalanche Association, in partnership with the principal sponsors seen here, provides various Public Safety Services to the public free of charge. The analysis of accident trends has proven that these services have helped to minimize avalanche accidents in Canada. As you use the information presented, please keep in mind the individuals, CAA members, and companies that have made it possible.
Public Avalanche Bulletins - Canadian Avalanche Association
CAA Training Schools - Canadian Avalanche Association
Weather Information Services - Canadian Avalanche Association
Training Courses for Recreation - Canadian Avalanche Association
Yellow Pages - Canadian Avalanche Association
The Canadian Avalanche Association represents avalanche professionals working in Canada. The Canadian Avalanche Centre contributes to the goal of reducing avalanche incidents world wide. Their Level 1 and Level 2 avalanche courses are respected globaly.
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