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Master the 5 Milestones of Emergency Preparedness

by Patrick Hardy, CEM, MBCP, CRM September 28, 2023 While there is always discussion of an emergency in the media in RV parks and campgrounds around the world, there is little discussion on the life cycle of one. Dramatic photographs of rescues from floodwaters and interviews are always a common theme, however, for an organization, […]

Canadian RV and Camping Industry urges the Government to work with RV and camping sector to ensure their recovery and growth following the pandemic, and to implement a Fair Taxation Regime for Campgrounds

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA, April 28th, 2021 – Representatives from the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) of Canada and the Canadian Camping and RV Council (CCRVC) are meeting in person with Parliamentarians this today to discuss the recovery measures needed to support the RV and camping industry post-covid recovery, and the need for implementation of […]

Manitoba Seeking Feedback To Improve Campground Reservation Service

Park users, including provincial park campers, get the opportunity to offer their input to assist in helping the Manitoba government improve the campground reservation system. On Tuesday, Conservation and Climate Minister Sarah Guillemard announced the launch of an online EngageMB poll to assist the province in developing an efficient, secure, and equitable booking process, a […]

B.C. RV Demand Surges, Puts Pressure On Inventory

The demand for recreational vehicles has reached an all-time high with the continuing leisure travel ban, COVID testing hassles for air travelers, the rise of cabin fever, and the possibility to work from anywhere. Dealers in Canada’s British Columbia claim there’s been such a high demand for RVs of different sizes and shapes over the […]

B.C. City May Need To Reconsider RV Parking Bylaws—Councilor

A councilor of British Columbia‘s Vernon city is preparing to present a motion that will address residents who live in recreational vehicles on its streets, a report said. Coun. Brian Quiring said the bylaws concerning the parking of RVs might need to be amended because certain vehicles are parked with their bump-outs extended, causing traffic […]

Update on Government measures of support to businesses and individuals

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak  The Canadian Camping and RV Council is monitoring developments around COVID-19 closely and is working hard to bring you the latest developments.  What has become clear over the past few weeks is that the situation is evolving daily and having a significant impact on the Canadian RV and Camping Industry. Understanding that […]

Canadian Outdoor Recreation Trade Associations Form New Coalition

TORONTO, ON – [October 3, 2019], A group of Canadian outdoor industry leaders announced today the formation of the Canadian Outdoor Recreation Roundtable (CORR) to provide a strong voice for outdoor use across Canada. CORR will unite a wide range of Canada’s leading industry stakeholders behind policies and legislative reforms needed to grow the outdoor […]

Canadian RV and Camping Industry urges the Government to continue to aggressively pursue the lifting of the Steel and Aluminum Tariffs and to Implement a fair taxation regime for campgrounds

OTTAWA, May 6th, 2019 – Representatives from the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA) of Canada and the Canadian Camping and RV Council (CCRVC) visited Parliament Hill on May 2nd to discuss the impacts of the steel and aluminum tariffs on our industry and the need for implementation of a fair tax regime for small Private […]