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Advanced/experts: The black, expert runs are accessible from the top of Pic Blanc and Les Marmottes III cable car. They attract thrill seekers and the more technically advanced skiers to experience the maximum vertical drop of 2,200m. Particularly noteworthy black runs include the Fare piste, the Combe Charbonniere, Balme, La Fuma and the Col de Cluy.

Alpe d (1,860 3330m) is a sizeable, modern resort known for its sunny, extensive terrain and spectacular views across the Southern Alps. The efficient lift system whisks skiers up to the vast, high altitude area of the Alpe d Grand Domain Ski (250km) with its wide choice of varied runs, well suited to all levels.

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Au Ble Noir, Chemin des Bergers, 38750 Alpe d (04 57 30 00 73). Housed in a beautifully restored old barn in the centre of town, serves traditional French dishes like crepes and fondues as well as wood fire specialities. Open from 12 2pm and 7 9:30pm.

Au P Creux, Chemin des Bergers, 38750 Alpe d (04 76 80 62 80). Housed in a beautifully restored alpine building with a south facing sun terrace and cosy pine interior. This reasonably priced restaurant serves traditional French dishes. Specialities include veal with Beaufort cheese and Cassolette de St. Jacques (scallop casserole). Open for lunch and dinner with a large south facing terrace and cosy interior.

Intermediates: A good selection of intermediate runs are spread throughout the ski area. Some of the most challenging reds can be found in the Women Canada Goose Constable Parka Red Outlet Nz Villard Reculas and Signal de l sectors. Confident intermediates can try the Canyon run from Plat des Marmottes or the 16km Sarenne black run. For less confident intermediates, there are some great blue cruisers from the Signal sector heading down to Alpe d or try the sector the long, blue Champclotury run above Oz or the main Couloir blue from 2,700m.

The resort efficient lift system whisks skiers up to the vast, high altitude slopes of the Alpe d Grand Domaine Ski (250km). Here you find a wealth of sunny, south facing runs high above the treeline, suitable for all levels and dotted with plenty of good mountain restaurants.

Alpe d is one of the liveliest resorts in the French Alps, but is divided into separate quarters, so you can often find yourself far away from the centre (Avenue des Jeux). A good tip is to stay in the prettier, more rustic village of Vaujany, which is linked to Alpe d by chairlift. Families are particularly fond of Alpe d for its friendly, laid back atmosphere and wide choice of accommodation apartments, chalets, hotels and B ski area is comprised of five ski resorts and two traditional mountain villages: Alpe d Auris en Oisans, La Garde, Le Freney d Oz en Oisans, Vaujany and Villard Reculas.

Few resorts can rival Alpe d for size of ski area and variety of terrain, which is often compared to Espace Killy (Tignes and Val d In mid winter Alpe d high altitude slopes maintain great snow conditions, but the strong southern sun can mean late season snow becomes slushy in the afternoon.

Mountain highlights include the 16km Sarenne piste (primarily black) which offers 1hr30 of uninterrupted skiing. There also some serious off piste, plenty of steep verticals, a varied snow park and one of the biggest nursery ski areas in the Alps. The extensive and varied terrain is particularly well suited to the more adventurous freerider. Some of the most popular off piste powder can be found in areas such as Gorges de Sarenne and Glacier de Sarenne. Note: Always ride with a guide.

Beginners: Alpe d has one of the largest nursery areas in the Alps with four free lifts for beginners. The mass of green runs above the village (accessed by the Troncon cable car) and above the Les Bergers area (accessed by the Romains chair) offer plenty of wide, gentle slopes to help you find your snow legs. Although watch out for more advanced skiers whizzing through at the end of the day.

The legendary 16km black Sarenne piste stretches from Pic Blanc (3,330m) to Alpe d'Huez (1,860m). It consists of two sections: initially a fairly steep series of pitches which can get a bit mogulled and then a long flatter section along the valley. It is primarily a black ski run, but you can avoid the really steep section at the top by skiing off from the Marmottes 3 bubble instead. Open from 7am for toasted sandwiches, croissants and good coffee on the terrace or at the bar. A great start to the day before catching the first lift up the mountain.

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Smithy Tavern, Route du Coulet, 38750 Alpe d (04 76 11 32 29). This centrally located bar and restaurant appeals to all ages and has a solid reputation as a good value eatery (mains start at The Tex Mex menu features nachos, fajitas and burritos as well as plenty of bloodier options for enthusiastic carnivors, like homemade burgers, fillet steaks and the rack of ribs. Also has a lively apr scene with live music. Opens from 5pm Mon Fri; from 10am Sat; from 2:30pm Sun.

Caf Gourmand, La Menandiere, 38750 Alpe d (09 82 61 05 51). Great place for a quick stop and grab breakfast. Serves crepes, waffles, paninis and croquet monsieurs to scoff on the ski lift or eat on the south facing sun terrace. Wash it down with a hot chocolate, tea or coffee. This traditional mountain hut is built into the rock and is renowned for its roaring log fire. There a daily set menu offering salads, soups, omelettes, grilled meats and specialities like burgers with Reblochon cheese and au feu with truffles. Sit in one of three dining areas or out on the large sun terrace. From the second stage of the Vaujany Alpe d'Huez cable car, you can reach Les Airelles by following the Les Rousses piste as far as the middle station of the cable car at Alpette, then follow signs for Montfrais. You can also get there on foot via the Montfrais bubble lift and a short travelator.

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The work will require at least two dogs, sometimes more, to be directed by experienced handlers.

Previous efforts using decoys and even human patrols failed. The canine crew will operate April to June, during the first goose assault, and August to November when the birds return.

The federal government plans to hire trained dogs this spring to protect its central experimental farm from incursions of hungry Canada geese.

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The tender document says the animals must be trained for scaring, not for retrieving, and that no geese may be killed or injured.

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left uncontrolled, geese can damage valuable research crops and hinder important agricultural research work that brings benefits to farmers and the agricultural sector, said spokesman James Watson.

Agriculture Canada recently issued a tender for dawn and dusk pooch patrols, five days a week, across 300 hectares of fields at the Ottawa farm, which is used to develop new crops.

OTTAWA Wanted: A few good hounds to stave off a menacing airborne assault in Canada capital.

It the second year that Agriculture Canada has brought in dogs to control goose visitations at the farm, which was established in 1886 on what used to be the outskirts of Ottawa.

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overwhelming. I can really describe (my emotions), she said. just happy to be here and running with them and I thank everyone who supported everyone throughout the years in track. is but the latest stop on an incredible journey for Fofanah, who as a young child immigrated to Canada to escape the violence in her native Siera Leone. She lived with an aunt in Ponoka before coming to Harry Ainlay this fall.

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Back in the same place Saturday afternoon, she could look down the starting blocks and see the likes of Canadian Olympic medal contender Jessica Zelinka and Jamacia Sheri Ann Brooks, a former Commonwealth Games champion.

Unlike the recent Alberta Schools Athletic Association track and field championship, where she won gold medals in both the 100m and 200m, Fofanah didn dominate the competition.

Having competed at the 2010 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, Fofanah goal is to make the 2016 Summer Olympics, and seems to be moving, rather quickly, along the right path.

This time, though, it wasn about winning.

Fofanah will soon be off to Flagstaff, Ariz., where she will attend Northern Arizona University on an athletic scholarship beginning later this summer.

The Grade 12 Harry Ainlay student lined up against the strongest fields of her young life, competing in the women 100 metre and 200 metre races at the Donovan Bailey Invitational.

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The actor's other well known films include Truly, Madly, Deeply, Sense and Sensibility and Love Actually, in which he played the husband of his frequent collaborator Emma Thompson, who was a close friend.Thompson was among those paying tribute today, and implied she was with him hours before he died, saying: 'I have just kissed him goodbye.'And JK Rowling led the tributes to Rickman, calling him 'a magnificent actor and a wonderful man', while co stars including Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson told how he had mentored them early on in their careers.'He was a magnificent actor and a wonderful man. My thoughts are with Rima and the rest of Alan's family. We have all lost a great talent. They have lost part of their hearts.'Radcliffe, 26, who starred in the Potter films as Harry, added: 'Alan Rickman is undoubtedly one of the greatest actors I will ever work with.'Rickman revealed last year that he had secretly married his partner Rima Horton in New York in 2012, 35 years after they began their relationship.A family statement said: 'The actor and director Alan Rickman has died from cancer at the age of 69. He was surrounded by family and friends.'His brother David, 71, added: 'He passed away this morning. He was in a hospital at the time.'It is not yet known what type of cancer the London born star suffered from, or how long he was secretly battling the illness.Rickman, who was born into a working class family in Hammersmith, began his acting career on the stage before graduating to Hollywood films.He became one of the best known villains in showbiz appearing as Hans Gruber in Die Hard, the Sheriff of Nottingham in Men Canada Goose Hybridge Hoody Red Nz Online Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Professor Snape in the Potter films.Radcliffe, who was mentored by Rickman during the filming of Potter, said he was one of the most loyal friends anyone could have in showbusiness. Film sets and theatre stages are all far poorer for the loss of this great actor and man.''THE FINEST OF ACTORS': EMMA THOMPSON'S TRIBUTE TO RICKMAN'Alan was my friend and so this is hard to write because I have just kissed him goodbye. What I remember most in this moment of painful leave taking is his humour, intelligence, wisdom and kindness.'His capacity to fell you with a look or lift you with a word. The intransigence which made him the great artist he was his ineffable and cynical wit, the clarity with which he saw most things, including me, and the fact that he never spared me the view.'I learned a lot from him. He was the finest of actors and directors. I couldn't wait to see what he was going to do with his face next. I consider myself hugely privileged to have worked with him so many times and to have been directed by him.'He was the ultimate ally. In life, art and politics. I trusted him absolutely. He was, above all things, a rare and unique human being and we shall not see his like again.'Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the movies, also mentioned Rickman's humility and willingness to spend time with his young co stars.'I was at Leavesden Studios today when I heard the news,' he said. 'As I walked through the canteen I thought of Alan queuing up for his lunch with us mere mortals.'I recalled the trailer in which he offered me some of the greatest advice I ever received about this mad profession we shared. He inspired my career more than he ever knew and I'll miss him.'Thompson called him a 'rare and unique human being' as she expressed her grief. 'Alan was my friend and so this is hard to write because I have just kissed him goodbye,' the actress said.'What I remember most in this moment of painful leave taking is his humour, intelligence, wisdom and kindness. His capacity to fell you with a look or lift you with a word. He was the ultimate ally.

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The goose family is represented locally by two other species.

Current consensus though this is hardly a unanimous opinion divides the Canada goose and cackling goose, a smaller version. This is a recent development, occurring after the "splitters" gained pre eminence among taxonomists.

This is true of Canada geese, which have increased over time. This goose is a common nesting species across the plains; in the 1970s, nesting geese were almost unknown here.

Distinguishing cackling geese from Canada geese is a challenge, though plenty of people claim to be able to do it. Myself? I've left that to the experts who can spin out DNA samples and reach conclusions that elude me. Others regard this as a subspecies.

The fourth goose species that occurs here is the Ross' goose. This is a smaller version of the snow goose, with a noticeably shorter bill. Again, though, this is apparent only when the bird is seen at close range.

Snow geese have become so abundant that they are damaging their nesting habitat. Wildlife managers are trying to reduce their numbers, in part by adding a spring season on the birds.

This is an experience not everyone could have expected half a century ago. Geese are far more abundant now than they were in our grandparents' time, and probably more abundant than they have ever been.

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The Canada goose itself is an object of controversy and even contempt in some quarters.

The white fronted goose is much less common, but still a regular migrant here. This species is named for a white patch just behind the bill, not for its belly, which is marked with dark stripes. This is noticeable when the bird is in flight; the white face can be seen only at close range, when birds are aground.

The contempt arises from the bird's fondness for close cropped grass, such as occurs in parks and on golf courses. Unfortunately for humans using these areas, geese answer nature's call wherever they're standing, and since they are big birds, they make quite a mess.

Giant Canada geese are similar to other Canada geese in every respect but they are markedly larger, and this is obvious at a glance, especially in a mixed flock.

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The scientific world is rife with controversy about Canada geese. This involves how to classify the birds. Are they one species? Several species? How many subspecies might there be?

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With debates about unbuilt pipelines again raging in Canada, it seems the interim Conservative leader has opened a new line of attack that won't hold water.

Conservatives have made Energy East a key area of focus since Parliament returned this week.

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Interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau enter the House of Commons earlier this week. (Photo: Matthew Usherwood/Canadian Press)

Trudeau shot back that it was curious Tories were criticizing his government for "not getting done in 10 weeks what they were unable to do in 10 years."

Later in question period, Ambrose sparked huge applause when she urged the prime minister to "stop using his cellphone for selfies with Leo DiCaprio" and instead use it to call Coderre.

The interim Tory leader noted at the time that tens of thousands of Albertans have lost their jobs due to plunging oil prices and said Trudeau has not responded.

He later said that, for 10 years, the previous government acted as a "cheerleader" for projects instead of a "responsible referee."

"Obviously, as was in the news, we talked about pipelines and energy policy," Trudeau told reporters asking about the meeting at Montreal City Hall. "I highlighted that I'm always happy to hear perspectives from across the country on various projects."

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On Tuesday, Ambrose rose in question period to cheekily "thank the prime minister for taking my advice and meeting with Mr. Coderre."

While it's possible Ambrose missed Tuesday's presser, Trudeau also referenced pipelines last month while responding to her question in the House of Commons.

Trudeau said it's his job to ensure that national projects are treated in "a way that both contributes to the economy, to a secure environment, to bringing people together and mostly to creating a better future."

At a press conference Monday, Ambrose called out Coderre for opposing the project, saying such a move was "not in the spirit of national unity."

Justin Trudeau and Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre spoke to media on Tuesday. (Photo: Canadian Press)

The problem for Ambrose? Trudeau used the "p word" hours earlier at a widely covered press conference with Montreal mayor and Energy East opponent Denis Coderre.

"They built their entire strategy around hoping that oil prices would remain high and when those did not, they were unable to help Alberta." Justin Trudeau on ConservativesTrudeau said Conservatives made a "big show about being a great friend to Alberta" but got nothing done for a decade.

"Why is the prime minister turning his back on Albertans in their time of need?" she asked.

In a Calgary Sun story published late Tuesday, Rona Ambrose said many Albertans are upset by what she deemed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's reluctance to stand up for the energy sector.

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There are plenty out there for outdoor enthusiasts, from those who do to those who merely like to read about those who do.

A few other new releases: "The Inflatable Kayak Handbook" by Melinda Allan (Johnson Books, $10.95, paperback); "Hiking the Great Northwest" by Ira Spring, Harvey Manning and Vicky Spring (The Mountaineers, $12.95, hard cover); "Flies for Alaska" by Anthony J. Route (Johnson Books, $18.95, spiral bound paperback); "California Reefs" by Chuck Davis (Chronicle Books, $29.95 hard cover, $16.95, paperback); "Knee Deep in Montana's Trout Streams" by John Holt (Pruett Publishing, $15.95, paperback); "Day Hiker" by Robert S. The Outer Limits was the last to do so, its anglers braving heavy seas and bringing in 51 yellowtail.

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Cabo San Lucas: Striped marlin are finally beginning to show in fair numbers. However, dorado and sailfish are the prevalent species. Blue marlin catches are dropping steadily and the yellowfin tuna that have been in the area for so long are disappearing quickly at the hands of the purse seiners. The live bait situation is rated good. Most action is between El Faro Viejo and San Cristobal.

MISCELLANY Fishing licenses for 1992 are available at sporting goods stores and bait and tackle shops, according to the Department of Fish and Game. Cost for residents: general $23.65 (non residents $63.55); for ocean only, $13.90; for one day, $8.40.

Mazatlan: The Star Fleet, from Nov. 23 30, reports 52 dorado, 35 sailfish, 29 tuna and three wahoo. Top catch, a 117 pound sailfish by Joe Cook of Oklahoma.

East Cape: Winds have been blowing on and off but when weather permits, fishermen are finding a consistent bite by sailfish, dorado and yellowtail.

For the collector, the perfect gift may be the "Sporting Collectibles Price Guide" by Ralf Coykendall Jr. (Lyons Burford, $16.95, paperback). Actually, the perfect gift could be the hammerless double barrel shotgun worth $150,000, but times being what they are. . . .

For the environmentally conscious, there is the reissue of Aldo Leopold's "Round River" (NorthWord News, $19.95, hard cover), in which the respected naturalist conservationist, known as the father of the modern environmental movement, expresses his fascination with nature and his commitment to preserving the delicate balance between the environment and man. Included are journal entries written during Leopold's early century field trips and essays written from notes still in manuscript form when Leopold died fighting a grass fire in 1948.

New fishing regulations are in force for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks to provide improved protection for native species. Copies of the new rules are available at park entrances.

Big game hunters are always after that world record. They may appreciate the Boone and Crockett Club's "Records of North American Elk" or "Records of North American Whitetail Deer" (available only through Boone and Crockett, in Dumfries, Va., $14.95 apiece, hard cover). These new books are ideal for hunters who plan their hunts after determining which states, counties and provinces have recently produced record book animals.

Long range: San Diego boats are returning from Alijos and Thetis banks with impressive catches of wahoo, yellowtail and dorado. Boats fishing along the northern Baja coast are returning with some yellowtail and bonito, but rockfish and whitefish are making up most of the catches.

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But Chris Adam, who also purchased the $800 package, said Air Canada wasn't budging.

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Vancouver lawyer Chris Rohn, however, thinks customers may have a case.

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"Maybe it's a seat sale, maybe it's a promotion they're offering," Risdon said. "It's advertised on their website, so I've got to get it."

It seemed like a chance to travel the world at bargain prices. For a short while, Air Canada's website was advertising 10 pack flight passes for $800 a deal John Risdon jumped on, thinking it was a deal of a lifetime.

In Canada, there are laws against "bait and switch" advertising offering a bargain price to consumers and turning around to say the deal isn't available.

He said the airline could potentially be obligated to honour the offer they made.

"I don't think they can charge you for something, advertise a certain price, take your money give you a receipt for it and then unilaterally change their policies to suit their mistake," Risdon said.

Both The Brick and Lenovo have mistakenly offered huge discounts to customers in the past. Both companies gave customers some form of compensation for their mistakes, but didn't honour their accidental sales.

Though the airline didn't say how many packages had been sold at the incorrect price, in a statement to CTV Calgary, Air Canada did say it would honour any bookings made before it caught the error.

Delta Air Lines, however, did honour the cost of the tickets they accidentally sold for about 10 per cent of their intended price in 2013.

"I called the consumer line and the call centre agent wasn't exactly helpful and said there had been an error and these wouldn't be honoured," he said.

And though this law is meant to stop businesses from luring shoppers with too good to be true prices, the wording of the law doesn't make clear what happens in cases of "glitches" or typos that accidentally lower a price.

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