Canadian Snowbirds Make Other Plans As U.S. Extends Land Border Restrictions

Snowbirds delayed making winter reservations at Marilyn Stone’s Fort Camping RV sites in Fort Langley, Agassiz, and Parksville in British Columbia. They are hoping that the U.S. would finally ease the restrictions on border crossings which have been in place since the introduction of COVID-19 in March 2020, a report said. However, the White House […]

Nova Scotia Distillery Ventures Out To Glamping

Have you been dreaming of a romantic getaway to the sea that includes private accommodations, sea views, walks in vineyards, and plenty of recreation opportunities? In that case, it’s time to go glamping in Guysborough! This is the most recent project to be launched under the Authentic Seacoast umbrella, a report said. One of the […]

Men Charged In Multi-Million-Dollar Camping, Cabin Lots Fraud Case

Two men from Calgary, Alberta were charged in a multi-million-dollar fraud investigation that dates back to 2014, a report said. The Calgary Police Service declared that two individuals fraudulently offered RV camping sites and cabins and dock space at the hotel situated in British Columbia to numerous unsuspecting people from Calgary. Police have said that […]

BC City Updating Downtown Plan, Assessing RV Park

According to a report, the City of Cranbrook in British Columbia is revising its Downtown Plan, which will be incorporated into creating the Downtown Revitalization Master Plan for Cranbrook. The Downtown Plan conforms to the council’s directives as part of the Cranbrook Strategic Plan 2020-2024. This Strategic Plan identifies the importance of having sufficient downtown […]

Police Searching For Missing Man Last Seen At Ontario Campground

The police of Chatham-Kent in Ontario is in search of a missing man from Tecumseh, a report said. Provincial police were notified of a missing person at about 11.40 a.m. on Monday. The missing person was named Matthew Somogyvary, 40, from Tecumseh. Somogyvary was reported to have been last seen at about eight a.m. early […]

US Extends Canada, Mexico Land Border Restrictions

Border restrictions for non-essential travels have been extended once more until October 21, White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Jeff Zients said Monday. The restrictions were initially implemented in March 2020 and since then have been extended every month, a report said. The White House announced a new international air travel system that will allow vaccinated […]

Advocate Helps Displaced B.C City RV Park Tenants

A lawyer who specializes in the tenancy of RV parks has helped reach a deal in a well-known Penticton controversy over redevelopment, a report said. Paul Lagace, who serves as the coordinator and advocate for poverty law at the Prince Rupert Unemployed Action Centre, said that the settlement was for eight long-term residents of the […]

Canadian Snowbirds Waiting For Ease Of Travel Restrictions

Canadian snowbirds are watching closely this week, with suitcases waiting to be loaded and their RV tanks full of fuel, to check whether the United States finally eases the travel restrictions, a report said. Some aren’t eagerly waiting to see an announcement from the White House, opting for the utterly legal option of flying to […]

Enderby RV Shop Raises Funds For White Rock Lake Fire Victims

Revolution RV, located in Enderby, British Columbia, has raised thousands of dollars of gifts for those affected by the White Rock Lake wildfire, a report said. The owner Mike Jewell says he came up with the idea to get some attention for his company via Facebook, but most importantly, to assist people whose lives were […]

Students Create A Camper Van With A Waiting List To Order

Concordia University students have built a camper van they had envisioned for their canceled trip to California, now there’s a long line of people who want to purchase the new Nav Camper. The initial concept was too small, according to a report. This is why they pooled their funds and purchased a car and then […]