Summerhill Resorts Takes Over Former Wilderness Tours Property

Summerhill Resorts is taking over and redeveloping a 328-acre trailer and campground in the Whitewater Region. The land is accessible by Rafting Road and also includes properties previously used by Wilderness Tours. Summerhill Resorts plans to use trailer sites that are already in use as well as chalets, cottages, and other commercial tourist buildings and […]

Lac Ste. Anne County Approves Campground Expansion

Plans for the long-term future improvements for Deep Creek Camping and Events made a significant advancement, a report said. Alberta‘s Lac Ste. Anne County (LSAC) held an open hearing in late October regarding Deep Creek Camping and Events’ Area Structure Plan (ASP) that the LSAC council later decided to adopt. “We do hope to expand […]

UBCM Seeking Regulation For Short-Term Accommodation

The Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) has requested to create regulations for the short-term accommodations industry. The framework is foreseen to be similar to those of ride-hailing and other regulated industries. According to the Joint UBCM-Province Advisory Group’s report, the emergence of online booking platforms such as Airbnb and VRBO has caused a change […]

Strathcona Residents Ask County To Deny Proposed RV Resort Expansion

Strathcona County (Alberta) residents are filled with doubts and have asked the county to junk the proposed expansion of an RV resort. According to a report, Sunchaser RV Resorts, which owns Half Moon Lake Campground and RV Resort (Sherwood Park, Alberta), has submitted a permit for development in Strathcona County in October. The plans show […]

Sudbury Installing Automated Payment System At RV Dumping Site

As Ward 5 Councilor Robert Kirwan said following last week’s operations committee decision to close three RV dumps: things are not final. Sudbury‘s (Ontario) elected officials decided to keep the Kelly Lake Road RV dumping site operational while those at Valley East and Chelmsford water treatment plants will be permanently closed, a report said. Dump […]

Souris River Campground To Host 5th Festival Of Lights

The Woodlawn Regional Park (Saskatchewan) is set to host its fifth annual Festival of Lights at the Souris River campground. The celebration will begin on December 17 and will continue through January 8, 2022. The lights will illuminate the sky at dusk every night and will be shut off in the overnight hours. According to […]

Moose Jaw Campground, Trail To Be Named After Lorne Calvert

A portion of Moose Jaw’s (Saskatchewan) River Park Walking Trail and Campground will be renamed after Lorne Calvert, a former Saskatchewan premier. The sites will be named Lorne Calvert Campground and Lorne Calvert Loop, according to a report. “The Wakamow Valley Authority Board is very pleased to pay homage to one of Moose Jaw’s most […]

Pathfinder Ventures Strengthens Team

Pathfinder Ventures on Monday announced new members of its Advisory Board. The company welcomed Shenoor Jadavji, Founder at Lotus Capital, and Randy Hendrickson, Founder & CEO of United Park Brokers. According to a release, Shenoor is responsible for the firm’s strategic direction, including capital sourcing and structuring value-aligned joint venture investments. She has 30 years […]

New Student Work Placement Program To Help Bring In New Staff

As the world experiences supply chain issues, businesses are struggling to employ as well. Fortunately, a program offered by Tourism HR Canada can support businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry to grow their team. Under the wings of the Student Work Placement Program (SWPP), Propel allows post-secondary students across Canada to have paid work […]