B.C. this summer, a report said.have reported an unusual number of reserved that are unoccupied in
A spokesperson for COVID-19 said thatrestrictions are a critical factor in that, as well as the dangers of and smoke advisory.
SomeCouncil of . members have reported many reserved that weren’t used in throughout the province, Louise Pedersen, executive director of the council, said.
are soliciting adjustments to . ‘ reservation process to ensure that everyone has a chance to enjoy the outdoors.
Locals have stated that 10 to 15 percent of the Golden Ears Provincial Park near Maple Ridge are not used. The are available only by the . reservation system.
The group is urging the province to streamline cancellation procedures and offer moreon a first-come, first-served basis so that there’s less fuss when are open to people who want to reserve spots that they might not be able to access.
Park operators said that cancellations are usually immediately followed by re-bookings.
“Many of us are not able to plan ourtwo months in advance because we do shift work or we have changing work schedules, or maybe we’re just not that good at planning,” Pedersen said.
The ministry of thethat oversees said that the statistics aren’t yet available for the current season; however, it appears that there’s an increase in no-shows and last-minute cancellations.
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