Video B-Roll available via CNW - US Olympic Snowboarder Hannah Teter trades
her snowboard for a surfboard on pre games trip to Tofino, BC

TORONTO, Nov. 16 /CNW/ - Before Hannah Teter attempts to win her second career gold medal at the 2010 Winter Games, she was connecting with Canadians in Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island, enjoying a variety of Canada's extraordinary tourism experiences. Hosted in Canada by the Canadian Tourism Commission and its tourism partners, Teter and her family had a chance to meet locals, have adventures and make memories before their eventual return in February.

Video package includes interviews with Hannah discussing her visit to the Tofino area, as well as footage of Hannah and her family enjoying unique Canadian experiences including cold water surfing, hiking in the rain forest, learning about First Nations carving by meeting with a local artist, and being pampered at the Ancient Cedars Spa. Footage also includes a West Coast seafood feast and interview discussing "Hannah's Gold", Hannah's charity supporting a village in Kenya, Africa.

    
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    TIME OF POSTING: 2:00 pm Eastern
    DATE OF POSTING: Monday November 16th, 2009

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    STATIONS, FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL:
    John Parker-Jervis
    Senior Media Advisor, 2010 Media Relations
    Canadian Tourism Commission
    Tel 604 377-4358
    parker-jervis.john@ctc-cct.ca
    

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