If you take Tony Crocker's numbers for Interior Western Canada (above average) and subdivided it into Interior B.C and Alberta, it turns out that Alberta is just average or bellow and Interior B.C. is well above average.
When I was at Castle Mtn, Alberta, in early March the snow pack was "adequate" as one of the lifties put it, but well bellow the snow depth compared to visits in 2013 and 2014.
People who I talked to who recently skied Lake Louise, Alberta, said there was enough snow on the runs, but pretty bare in the trees beside the runs.
Currently Sunshine Village, Alberta, is reporting 180cm settled base, while Sun Peaks, B.C. was at an outstanding 250cm base last week. Normally these numbers would be reversed with Sunshine Village getting significantly more snow (and fog and flat light) than Sun Peaks. Some years Sun Peaks doesn't get to a 200cm base but still has very good coverage and conditions. This year is has been quite a contrast compared to last year when in late March 2015, skiing on the upper mountain was ok but then getting off the upper mountain was via a cat road of mostly man made snow on the lower mountain.
While it has been mild in the valley bottoms and golf courses in Kamloops have started to open, it has remained mostly below freezing at higher elevations. We did get rain at SP for about an hour last week on the lower 300-500 vertical but it really didn't have all that big of an impact.
At Sun Peaks this has been a great snow year, second only to the record year of 97-98 and with the little to no snow in Ontario and Quebec along with a strong US dollar for Seattle skiers, skier visits are up to the point of possibly breaking the 2008 record of 340k skier visits. Most years the skier visits are 320k to 325k.