Ontario Gov’t Declares State of Emergency Over Truck Blockades

Ontario’s premier announced a state of emergency on Friday, in response to the truck blockades in Ottawa and along the U.S. border and threatened to impose severe penalties on anyone who hinders the movement of goods and people. According to a report, since Monday, the protests of a plethora of drivers against COVID-19’s mandates in […]

British Columbia to Increase Provincial Parks as Recreation Demand Balloons

The provincial government of British Columbia (Canada) has acquired properties valued at more than CA$13 million to increase provincial parks and recreation areas as the demand for outdoor activities grows. According to a report, there are five properties purchased for the amount of CA$3.5 million, and two additional properties were donated to B.C. Parks valued […]

Sexsmith Campground Fees to See Increase

Sexsmith Council (Alberta) has given two readings of Bylaw 1044 relating to the increase of rates for campground and ball diamonds. The bylaw is scheduled for a third reading at an upcoming meeting. According to a report, the ball diamonds now cost CA$400 per weekend, and a long-weekend fee was eliminated. The council also introduced […]