The family of an Australian woman missing for more than a week in Canada has arrived to join the search.
Alison Raspa, 25, was last seen on November 22, when she left a bar in the ski village of Whistler, north of Vancouver on Canada's west coast, about 11.30pm.
The Perth woman's phone was found in a small lakeside park, some five kilometres away, about 6.30am the following day.
Perth woman Alison Raspa, 25, was last seen on November 22, leaving a bar in Whistler, north of Vancouver on Canada's west coast, about 11.30pm
On Friday, Staff Sergeant Paul Hayes, of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Whistler, confirmed to AAP that Raspa's family had arrived from Perth.
The search for Raspa was ongoing on Friday, with fire department crews out on a lake near where Raspa's phone was found.
An earlier lake search by divers, and ground searches by police and search and rescue teams, failed to find further clues as to her whereabouts.
Alison is described as caucasian, with long