I'm at TRU and it's nice here, Kamloops is nothing like Montreal (I grew up there), but Sun Peaks is really close and it's super easy to get anywhere else like revvy, big white, silverstar, where ever you want.
depends who you hang out with if you want house parties... there is always something going on either at some house, in rez, or at any of the bars downtown, and heroes is on campus too and I think every university has something like "thirsty thursdays"
Not really, It's an hour by car so probably an hour and a half by bus. But you're not going to get much closer than that really. I'm starting at SFU tomorrow so I'm hoping I have enough time to get up there a few times a week but we'll see.
in the quebec area you have access to a lot of skiing; some good, some bad though.
near montreal you have concordia, mcgill, bishops, queens and if you speak french, universite de montreal..
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We own our own ski hill, we invented college skiing, and we are starting a student run park crew (skiers running it, I might add).
Dartmouth has need-blind admissions, so wherever you come from (read:canada) and whatever your means are, you will be admitted based only on merit. The college guarentees that it will meet your demonstrated need through grant aid. You only have to take a 2,000 dollar/year student loan.
Also its near Montreal, Boston, and NYC. 45 mins from Killington, 1 hr 15 mins from Stowe. E
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you might get kinda sick of kamloops. but sun peaks is cool i guess. sometimes i had more fun driving the road from the highway turn off to the mountain then i did skiing there. i think i drove that road in about 18 minutes once. if you get a sled, you got some pretty awesome terrain up in clearwater and blue river, but don't let old man wiegele catch you.
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Grouse, Seymour and Cypress are all only 45ish minutes away (it really varies with traffic) from UBC's vancouver campus. Both Grouse and Seymour have solid parks, night skiing and pretty cheap passes. If there is no traffic it is possible to make it to whis in just over 1 1/2 hours and you get to stay at the UBC hostel... plus with the student whistler pass it may be the only time you can afford to ski there ($500 if you get it early). And van has a lot more to do than Kamloops/Kelowna besides skiing too