Catalytic Converters Stolen From Canada RV Dealership

The Lunenburg District Royal Canadian Mounted Police is investigating recent thefts of catalytic converters. RCMP received notification from Cookville on August 10th, at 9:45 AM about three stolen catalytic converters from three RVs at a dealership. According to police, the theft occurred between the night of August 8th through the morning of Aug. 10th. Each […]

Marina Park Project In Nova Scotia Well Underway

The Salsman Marina Park project in Country Harbour is in full swing. The 12-berth marina will be open to guests this fall and will become an additional attraction in Country Harbour, a report said. According to the report, Warden Vernon Pitts, Municipality of the District of Guysborough (MODG), stated that the marina was the perfect […]

New Glamping Site To Boost Regional Tourism

Lac Baker, New Brunswick · Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) Tourism organizations work hard to create new opportunities for communities, businesses, and operators, positioning the industry for a strong, swift recovery. That is why the Government of Canada is investing to help EKÖ NATURE Glamping Inc. of Lac Baker build unique year-round accommodations. Ecotourism start-up […]

Work On 12-Site Nova Scotia Tent Park Continues

The Medway Community Forest Cooperative in Nova Scotia is advancing work on a campground located on lands it manages, a report said. Late last year, plans for a 12-site camping area near Stave Lake, Annapolis County, were revealed. A Request for Proposals was issued in March. The campground is situated near the Tobeatic Wilderness Area, […]

Residents “Happy” About No Plans To Privatize New Brunswick Provincial Park

Residents and campers are pleased to know that the New Brunswick‘s government has announced that it will continue to manage Murray Beach Provincial Park, despite plans to outsource, a report said. In the report, Morgan Bell, spokesperson for the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, stated that Murray Beach Provincial Park will remain under the […]

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 […]

Popular N.B. Hiking Trail Closed Momentarily After Air Rescue Topples Trees

After a helicopter was dispatched to rescue a hiker on Sunday, several trees were damaged and a section of the hiking trail was closed, a report said. Chief of Sussex Fire Bill Wanamaker stated that his department was called by a hiker who had broken her ankle in Walton Glen Gorge. It is located halfway […]

Nova Scotia Seaside Park Closing To Repair Hurricane Damage

Nova Scotia’s Kejimkujik National Park Seaside will close on October 20, a report said. This is to repair the damages to the park that hurricane Dorian caused. Site Superintendent Jonathan Sheppard said that extensive trail washes and coastal erosion resulting from the storm of 2019 have caused Parks Canada to close off the Port Joli […]

Prince Edward Island Fall Tourism “Strong” Despite Covid-19

People working in tourism say that this autumn is better than they expected in Canada’s Prince Edward Island, but there are challenges to overcome, a report said. The main issue is the ongoing shortage of workers, according to The Tourism Industry Association of P.E.I. “It’s causing a lot of our operators to reduce hours maybe, […]

Canada Province Requiring Travel Registration, Vaccination Proof

Anyone aged 12 or older is required to present the proof of COVID-19 vaccination and government identification to enter specific New Brunswick businesses and events, including outdoor funerals and restaurants, beginning next Wednesday. According to a report, this is in an attempt to reduce the spread of the virus and increase the rate of vaccination. […]