It’s finally here. Shames Mountain now has a new public wifi network. Simply find the network, enter your credit card number and stay connected. See poster for prices and details.
NEWS RELEASE:Port of Prince Rupert and District of Kitimat make major contributions toward purchase of My Mountain Co-op snowcat As the snow continues to accumulate on Shames Mountain, My Mountain
Shames Mountain took a significant step forward in its campaign to acquire a new snowcat, thanks to a $50,000 donation by the Port of Prince Rupert through its Community Investment
On February 3rd, we launched a pilot project to involve our members and keen community folk to help hill staff. On busy days particularly, staff run into unforeseen pressures and
CityWest wants to help Shames Mountain buy a new snowcat, and it’s asking its customers for a bit of help. From now until March 31, CityWest will match any donation
“The Grade 5 & 6 Class of Ecole Mountainview is fundraising every month of the 2016/2017 school year. The proceeds of each fundraiser will go to a local organization that
Shames needs a new snowcat! A new snowcat costs around $300,000. Please help support this fundraiser by donating on our GO FUND ME page, located here: https://www.gofundme.com/zsz7a2a2. Or you can donate
Every Friday for the past two months, a dedicated group of truly awesome people and their wonderful yoga instructor, Natasha Papachistoforou, showed up to breathe, move, sweat, laugh, and shake.
After being nominated in early December, Shames is now in the top 10 for the Small Business BC’s Best Community Impact Award! The Best Community Impact Award, sponsored by Vancity, will go
MMC Shames Mountain is very proud of Audyn, for collecting $63.80 Halloween night, for our Snow Cat Fund! Thank you Audyn! Good Job!