At age two, (1928) Fraser Pullen started skiing on Fletchers Field in the Mount Royal section of Montreal. In 1932, a 5-cent ride on Canada's first rope tow installed on Foster's Hill in Shawbridge, Quebec, was Fraser's first introduction to skiing in the Laurentians. It was the beginning of a lifetime interest in a sport to which he has remained selflessly devoted, both Alpine and Nordic, for over 50-years as an official, a founder, builder and promoter... ['CLICK' BELOW TO READ FULL BIOGRAPHY]
Active Period: 1945 - 1993
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