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February 22, 2013 7:51 AM
The Canadian Avalanche Centre is warning people to be careful this weekend (Gord Ohm/Canadian Avalanche Centre).
Do your weekend plans including heading into the backcountry?
Be careful out there.
The avalanche risk has been upgraded to "High" in many areas.
James Foyer is a forecaster with the Canadian Avalanche Centre in Revelstoke.
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