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RE: Canadian Covid new restrictions just now

Canada has had nearly 20,000 deaths and 775,000 confirmed infections. I wonder how many of those are from out of country travel versus just one good ole Canuck infecting another. I think the cat is out of the bag, so trying to seal up that bag is more political posturing and less actual prevention. I guess the factual answer to your question on how many came from out of country travel is "All of them."
ProudCanuck42 01/30/21 10:29am RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Another article on Snowbirds, or the lack thereof

he tells me he's acquired the product and is just waiting for Dec 21What's the significance of Dec 21? The border will stay closed for probably another 6 months (less if the immunizations roll out faster than expected). It is just an arbitrary date that was chosen about 3 months from the last date - they don't know how long the high rates of infection will increase so extending by 3 months at a time. Its the date the Canadian government picked. Its 30 days at a time And from the past, doesn't look very arbitrary Again...... I'm not going to Canada ...its too cold.... I'm just waiting for my jelly. Previous Canada-USA border closure extensions Here is the history of the Canada-USA border closure due to the coronavirus: On October 18th, the border closure was extended to November 21st On September 15th, the border closure was extended to October 21st On August 14th, the border closure was extended to September 21st In July, the border closure was extended to August 21st In June, the border closure was extended to July 21st In May, the border closure was extended to June 21st In April, the border closure was extended to May 21st In March, the border closure was announced from March 21st to April 21st Why do so many people blame the border closure on the Canadian gov't? The decision to close the border to non-essential traffic back in March was made jointly by Canada, the USA, and Mexico, and all the extensions since then have been decided on jointly. Also, it is the US gov't that is allowing air travel across the border while at the same time blocking land crossings. Canada has nothing to do with that loophole.
ProudCanuck42 12/19/20 11:09am Snowbirds
RE: Any one else giving up snow birding due to the covid

People will do anything to try and get around the rules. It's still not sinking in. Staying put is of utmost importance. One starts to move they all start to move and then it's out of control. Anybody who goes to all that trouble has no respect for government, rules or human life. Very sorry to hear the extremes people are going to. Rvers are flooding across the Mexican border as well. The rules officially say "border closed" but the government refuses to enforce restrictions so the attitude is, "if I can get away with it, why not?". Very, very well said!!!
ProudCanuck42 10/31/20 10:22am Snowbirds
RE: Changes to Snowbird lifestyle and Snowbird communitiess

A Sept article in the Anchorage newspaper on the Border closure Extension said CBC says they're allowing 5 crossings per day in the "Western States". It's allowing crossings at 5 border crossings, not 5 crossings per day.
ProudCanuck42 09/28/20 10:08am Snowbirds
RE: BC Residents only

I was planning a fishing trip to Ucluelet this summer. I'm from Alberta. Here's the message I rec'd yesterday from the company that I used to book our accomodations: "For Canadians traveling across interprovincial borders by car, there is a possibility that they will be stopped at a checkpoint and asked to provide documentation of cottage ownership. If you are unable to produce it, then you may be forced to turn back. In order to meet Provincial Health guidelines and Work-safe BC guidelines we must adhere to the guidelines of this ever changing situation. Where inter provincial travel is not permitted there will be a local requirement that we check ID from travelers to ensure they are residents of BC Road checks have been ongoing at the Tofino and Ucluelet junction to date over all long weekends and holidays, as the summer months come on they most likely will become a daily occurrence." Sounds to me like they are advising against any out-of-province travel to BC. This accommodation was in a commercial rental not a campground. :(
ProudCanuck42 05/22/20 09:41am RVing in Canada and Alaska
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