The Alpine Club of Canada is presenting several live-stream lectures for the winter season. These presentations are available to everyone and are led by an ACMG ski guide presenting the current best practices. 

Intro to Ski Touring 
This is a livestream presentation for individuals interested in pursuing wilderness backcountry skiing. Backcountry skiing is the first step into the world of winter mountain travel. Ski to spectacular mountain locations and discover untouched powder slopes. As skills develop, it is possible to ascend to the summit of peaks and travel safely across glaciers and icefields. The basic equipment, travel skills, and managing hazards will be introduced.
Introduction to backcountry skiing
Wednesday, Nov 8, 7 p.m.
Youtube live stream

Avalanche Safety
An ACC version of the AST 1
Tuesday, Nov 14, 7 p.m.
This livestream introduces the characteristics of avalanche formation, the resources available to identify the avalanche hazard, and presents the new standards for search and rescue. As time permits, participants can ask questions using chat.

Intro to avalanche safety and updates to current best practices
Wednesday, Nov 15, 7 p.m.
Youtube live stream

Trip Planning and Emergency Response Plan
This livestream addresses planning a winter trip and preparing for possible incidents/accidents. Taking the time to plan a trip based on the weather, avalanche hazard, and the group is much more likely to produce a safe and enjoyable trip. A simple emergency response plan can dramatically improve your response to a situation and keep a minor accident from becoming a serious emergency.
Winter Trip Planning and Emergency responses
Wednesday, Nov 22. 7 p.m.
Youtube live stream

Introduction to Glacier Travel and Crevasse Rescue
The tools and skills for glacier travel and crevasse rescue have steadily evolved over the last ten years. Join this live stream and learn the best practices and the easiest and most efficient method to extract a roped team member from a crevasse.
Introduction to glacier travel and crevasse rescue
Tuesday, Dec 12, 7 p.m.
Youtube live stream