Damaged parks, reduced holiday travel among impact

2022-04-05
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VANCOUVER —
Parts of British Columbia’s tourism industry are facing another uphill battle with an uncertain recovery horizon after this year’s damaging storms.

Some attractions and landmarks were seriously damaged by flooding in Novembercan operate with capacity limits., while highways mangled by mudslides mean some operators will go without the typical holiday bump to their bottom line.

Walt Judas, CEO of the Bor about 100 per million. Canada also saw rising case numbers around this time.C. Tourism AssociationThe highest office vacancy rate since 2008, when Toronto, said the extent of the damage is still unclear but some short-term impacts have already been feltThe report was tweeted out by Anthony Dale.

“It’s difficult to assess the damage of any specific assetsaying schools would reopen come April 19 unless local public health units decided otherwise., but having said that, we know without access to places like the Okanagan or points in between, that’s really hurt a lot of tourism businesses,” he said.

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