A day on the slopes in southeast British Columbia ended in tragedies in two separate cases on Friday.
These rescue efforts serve as reminders for those heading outdoors to be properly dressed and prepared for weather conditions.
An approaching storm is expected to hit the Lower Mainland tonight and will continue into Saturday.
Anyone living in or planning to head to the slopes in the Sea to Sky or South Coast areas this weekend should take note of avalanche warnings.
Preliminary work is expected to begin this spring.
Sailings on the south coast scheduled from 3 p.m. onward had been cancelled.
Technical Safety B.C. will conduct final safety inspections and certification in the first week of February.
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Service could continue to be affected throughout the weekend.
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In order to make the flight bookings, victims were instructed to provide personal and credit card details on Whatsapp.
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V2V Vacations announced that effectively immediately, the service was cancelled.
Two snowboarders were believed to have gone out of bounds and had not returned from the Whitewater Ski Resort.
The Spirit of Vancouver Island is among the ships that have been kept in B.C. Ferries' docks because of windy weather today.
RCMP officers patrol the backcountry in the B.C. Interior. Cst. Mark Wiebe took this photo on Botanie Mountain near Lytton.
The B.C. Conservation Officer Service rode to the rescue on a snowmobile.
"The safety of our passengers and crew is of primary importance to us," B.C. Ferries stated on its website.
The North Shore's Grouse Mountain is the biggest tourist attraction in the Lower Mainland, with 1.3 million visitors every year.
Mount Hood is about 80 kilometres east and southeast of Portland.