Chill was a snowboarding program for inner-city youth designed to increase self-esteem and positive self-image, which 2010 Legacies Now operated in BC from 2005 to 2008. The program was sponsored by Bell and the Province of British Columbia, with support from Cypress Mountain and Tabor Mountain.

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  1. Teaching life lessons through snowboarding

    Inner-city youth learn valuable life lessons through snowboarding thanks to Chill.

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  2. Off the streets and on the mountain

    Vancouver youth Christine Devries was one step away from living on the streets of Vancouver until she experienced the Chill snowboarding program.

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  3. Vancouver youth take to the slopes

    The Chill snowboarding program took inner-city youth to the mountain for lessons in self-esteem.

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  4. Chill launches in Vancouver

    In 2005, 2010 Legacies Now launched the Chill snowboarding program from inner-city youth in Vancouver.

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  5. Chill heats up Prince George

    Chill launched in Prince George in January 2006 for at-risk youth.

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  6. A personal legacy

    A Vancouver youth is creating his own life legacy as a snowboard instructor in Whistler thanks, in part, to 2010 Legacies Now’s support of Chill, Zero Ceiling and the First Nations Snowboard Team.

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  7. Video: The Partnership between the Four Host First Nations and 2010 Legacies Now

    Tewanee Joseph, Executive Director and CEO of the Four Host First Nations, talks about the strong partnership between the Four Host First Nations and 2010 Legacies Now.

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