Winter 2007 issue of XCitation is now available Posted on Feb 26th, 2007

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Winter 2007 issueHello CANSI Members,

Winter is just passing us by so quickly! Well, here’s another issue of XCitation to help slow down the pace a little bit. The Winter 2007 XCitation is available, as always, at the newsletter page.

I also want to remind you that time sensitive news may also be viewed on the home page of our new web site as well as in the English news archives or the French news archives. Being that XCitation is published only 4 times each season, you might find important reminders and information directly on the website.

CANSI is looking for a new Editor for XCitation starting next season. I am moving on to other adventures and feel that the XCitation could do with a change of scenery anyway. Fresh blood is always good for an organization. This is a paid position. I urge anyone even slightly artistically inclined to express your interest in the position by emailing communications@cansi.ca. The entire issue can be done with Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat. I also have used Adobe Photoshop for the odd bit of photo editing and recent cover pages. Once you have been selected to take over, we can spend the summer sharing clip art, photos, templates and experiences. So don’t waste time in making your decision to apply.

Please send any submissions for the final issue of Season 2007 to communications@cansi.ca by March 24th.

Hope you are enjoying the season.

Karla Wikjord
XCitation Editor

 

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Michael Lalonde March 3rd, 2007

Karla, thank you for doing such a great job over the years as the XCitation editor. I for one really enjoy reading the technical and teaching articles and seeing what the rest of the country is doing. I am sorry to hear that you are leaving this position because you have contributed immensely to the success of XCitation.

Happy skiing!
Michael Lalonde

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