Alpine club agrees to refund half $16K cabin rental fee after lawsuit filed over policy change

The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) has agreed to refund around half the rental fee to a group that booked a week-long adventure ski vacation at one of its remote B.C. huts, after the group filed a lawsuit over a policy change by the club.

The settlement to repay almost $8,000, prompted by a lawsuit filed by the booking party, comes months after the ACC faced criticism for its refusal to provide a refund or deferral to another ski group that attempted to cancel their booking at the same cabin due to the pandemic.

In November 2020, a group of nine people including Ron Gosney won a lottery to book a stay at the Kokanee Glacier Cabin

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