Monthly Archives: February 2011

  • It was a busy night last night for North Shore Rescue, with two concurrent rescues. One was a lost drunken hiker, and the other was 4 lost back country skiers. Rescue off of the Baden Powell – The Province North Vancouver man may lose toes to frostbite after drunken escapade Read more…. And rescue off […]

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  • Skiers survive overnight in Seymour equipment cache BY JAMES WELDON, NORTH SHORE NEWS FEBRUARY 22, 2011 TWO Danish skiers who were forced to spend the night on Mount Seymour were found safe and sound Tuesday (Feb. 22) morning after they stumbled on a cache of equipment that helped them survive the cold. Read more…

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  • North Shore News James Weldon THE North Shore’s backwoods got a little safer this season, with the opening of North Shore Rescue’s fifth rescue station. The Mount Seymour forward operating base came online in January…. Read more: http://www.nsnews.com/North+Shore+Rescue+gets+Seymour+station/4250335/story.html

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  • North Shore News James Weldon A North Vancouver backcountry skier died Saturday after falling several hundred metres from a peak in Mount Seymour provincial park. The 36-year-old was skiing with a companion on First Pump Peak some time before noon when he apparently lost control… Read more: http://www.nsnews.com/travel/North+Vancouver+dies+accident/4250328/story.html

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