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Snowboard Canada Gets A Boost! – C.J. Group Acquires SBC Media Brands

Just Announced: The C.J. Group of Companies has acquired the iconic brands of Toronto-based SBC Media, Canada’s premier action sports lifestyle media company. The acquisition includes Snowboard Canada and it’s five sister magazines, two annual guides and all related websites, social media platforms and assets which will operate under the C.J. Oyster Publishing division of the C.J. Group. The titles and brands moving to the C.J. Group umbrella include: Snowboard Canada • SBC Skateboard • SBC Skier • SBC Wakeboard • SBC Business • SBC Ski & Snowboard Resort Guide (Annual) • Snowboard Canada Women’s (Annual) • SBC Surf...

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Taylor Miller & SuperPro Snowboarding

Pointing it to make a landing is just as much a life skill as a snowboarding skill. Like in life, too many speed checks will get you nowhere and nobody gets famous coming up short. You’re better off to go all in and prepare for impact. Taylor Miller knows this, the avid snowboarder slash video-game-junkie based in Vancouver, BC, had one goal: build the best mobile snowboard video game ever. After dreaming the concept, designing the product, investing a life’s savings and straight lining the in-run for almost 3 years, the goal has been realized, the landing has been...

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Cooler Heads Prevail, The Mikey Ciccarelli Interview

  After Mikey Ciccarelli’s win at the 2015 Snowboard Jamboree slopestyle World Cup, we had the chance to sit down and chat. During the Jamboree’s two-day span, the trio of Mikey Ciccarelli, Darcy Sharpe and Tyler Nicholson unleashed absolute mayhem on ‘La belle province’, taking three of six possible podium spots. – Martin Faubert-Smith / Canada Snowboard       First Podium in a while, how does it feel? It felt good, it was a long time coming. I’ve been working pretty hard trying to get tricks down. It felt good to put one down clean through the whole course....

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E-Man Anderson’s Provisions

The straight and simple style of Emanuel “E-Man” Anderson speaks volumes about how he carries himself and what he chooses to lug around. He gets by with what’s necessary and necessity. His stee: leave the flare and theatrics to those with baggage; keep it low-pro and the followers will always want more.   Leica camera: Take a picture, it lasts longer. Pabst Blue Ribbon: You can either stretch for a half-hour in the morning, or you could just haveone of these. Papers: These are doctor-recommended. Granola bars: Nobody likes spending $12 on a poutine. Sunglasses & goggles: Can you...

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Maximise: Groms Gone Wild

  Max Henault has been coaching snowboarding since 2006. He’s helped turn some of Canada’s finest into household names, Seb Toutant, Mark McMorris, Antoine Truchon and Max Parrot. He was the first to introduce Super Trampoline training into the program and has helped his riders push slopestyle in to a progressive place we never thought was possible. Frustrated by lift-lines and the slow upload capacity of most resorts he took matters into his own hands and purchased, Mont Caster, a ski resort that was abandoned in ‘95 just north of Montreal. Now Mont Maximise hosts just essentials, a fast...

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