Are you interested in helping out? The following was received from Greg Waites. If you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pass along the information. Thanks I was speaking with someone at the Dryden hospital that was involved in a community response group meeting. They are in a planning phase and getting ready for IF this pandemic situation is to get worse. They are looking at different options as to what [...]
Please be advise the KDCA Spring Meeting, as scheduled for May 1,2020 is put on "hold" until such time as all Canada wide advisories are further elaborated upon by the offices of the Prime Minister of Canada and the Premier of Ontario. This step is being taken to insure those of us in the tourism industry continue to do our part to see the worldwide pandemic of the corona virus does not become a further threat to ourselves, our customers, our business entities, our local communities and our way of life. It is hoped within a period of two weeks these matters will be clarified and thus enable us to make an informed decision with respects to the status of the Spring Meeting. In the meantime I would encourage each of you to be vigilant and keep abreast of the fast changing events as well as taking the necessary actions to insure your safety and well-being. Should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me (email@example.com ), the KDCA office (Ruth McMillan - firstname.lastname@example.org)or visit the KDCA website (www.kdca.ca) I would like to THANK each of you for your indulgence and understanding. Sincerely, Harald Lohn, President KDCAPlease support our efforts and become a member today!
With respects to a Spring Meeting of the membership I have received conflicting information (e.g., some “for” a meeting and some “against” a meeting). Accordingly, I am reaching out with an “email blast” to the membership and other program participants to get a sense of their commitment to a Spring Meeting. These actions are not being taken without cause or justification given the status of the pandemic sweeping the world. [...]
*****As President of KDCA and acting in that capacity, I am notifying the KDCA membership, Allied Members and the communities at-large there will NOT be a May 1, 2020 Spring Dinner/Dance sponsored by KDCA.***** Stay tuned for an update on the Spring Meeting. Sincerely, Harald Lohn President Please support our efforts and become a member today!
Make sure to mark your calendars for the 2020 KDCA Spring Meeting, dinner and dance. The date has been set for Friday, May 1, 2020 at the Waldof Hall. Dress Attire: PLAID Hope to see everyone out! Please support our efforts and become a member today!
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and all the best for the holidays. Sending hope for a new year filled with health and happiness. See you next year!
to be a part of the KDCA executive. If you are interested, please mark May 1st on your calendar as elections for the new slate of KDCA Officers will take place. Become involved because "Tourism Matters". Please support our efforts and become a member today!
Make sure to mark your calendars for the 2020 KDCA Spring Meeting. The date has been set for Friday, May 1, 2020 at the Waldof Hall Hope to see you there! Please support our efforts and become a member today!
Here is the Draft Agenda for the KDCA Fall Meeting. Please look over the agenda and offer suggestions for additional items, elimination of times or general commentary. Please sent to email@example.com DRAFT AGENDA Coffee & Conversation: 9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Call to Order: 9:30 a.m. – Harald Lohn, President KDCA Corrections/Additions to [...]
Make sure to mark your calendars for the KDCA Fall Meeting. The date has been set for October 2, 2019 at Evergreen Lodge. Hope to see you there! Please support our efforts and become a member today!
KENORA DISTRICT CAMP OWNERS ASSOCIATION Annual Spring Meeting, Dinner and Dance was held May 3, 2019. Thank you to all our sponsors! All Canada Sports Show B. Taylor Home Hardware Best Western Plus Dryden Bluewave Energy Canadian Tire Dingwall Ford Domtar Downtown Dollar Dryden GM Ella Lynn's Extra Foods Gates Taxidermy Gillons Insurance Gould's Brandsource Investors Group Kano Reid Kenora GM KK Penner Tire Centre K-Sports Marine & Yamaha Latitude [...]
KENORA DISTRICT CAMP OWNERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SPRING MEETING, MAY 3, 2019 WALDHOF HALL AGENDA Call to Order: 9:30 a.m. Introductions: Corrections/Additions to Meeting Agenda Minutes of the Fall Meeting Treasurer’s Report - Steve Hartle Roundtable Discussion – Tourism: A View from Above! Honorable Bob Nault Canadian Border Services Agency MNRF District Manager(s) LUNCH (Provided by Consumer Frosted Foods) Roundtable Discussion – Tourism: A View from Ground Zero! MTCS – Jim [...]
KDCA DINNER AND DANCE - MAY 3, 2019 AT WALDHOF HALL EVENING BEGINS AT 5:30 P.M. - Meet & Greet, Steak Dinner and Dance RESERVATIONS: Call Mal Tygesson (807) 755-2434 or firstname.lastname@example.org Shannon Doudiet (807) 223-3676 or email@example.com Tom Ledoux (807) 223-3381 or firstname.lastname@example.org
KENORA DISTRICT CAMP OWNERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SPRING MEETING, MAY 3, 2019 WALDHOF HALL AGENDA (Tentative) Call to Order: 9:30 a.m. Introductions: Corrections/Additions to Meeting Agenda Minutes of the Fall Meeting Treasurer’s Report Roundtable Discussion – Tourism: A View from Above! Honorable Bob Nault Honorable Greg Rickford (Tentative) Canadian Border Services Agency MNRF Regional Director MNRF District Manager(s) LUNCH (Provided by Evergreen Lodge) Roundtable Discussion – Tourism: A View from Ground [...]
Update from Kenora District Camp Owners Association Jacqui Haukeness and Greg Waites attended the Provincial Hunting – Fishing – Trapping roundtable meetings in Kenora. They presented many of the concerns that the members of KDCA have to the panel. KDCA submitted a written submission to Ontario’s Prebudget Consultations, explained how Resource Based Tourism puts new tax dollars into the communities of NW Ontario and creates jobs in the local economies. [...]
An interesting article by Nathan Bennett from the University of Victoria and Raynald H. Lemelin from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay.about resource based tourism. Read more here: https://mrnathanjbennett.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/bennett-et-al-2010-critique-of-ontarios-resource-based-tourism-policy.pdf
The Federal Government addresses immigration concerns raised by tougher impaired driving sentences. Read more here: https://www.cicnews.com/2018/09/feds-address-immigration-concerns-raised-by-tougher-impaired-driving-sentences-0911165.html#gs.H_U8vUQ
Make sure to mark your calendars for the KDCA Spring Meeting. The date has been set for May 3, 2019. The committee is currently working on the activities for the day. Join us for the meeting, dinner and dance. More details to follow. Please support our efforts and become a member today!
The KDCA passed a resolution at the Fall Meeting to make a $5,000.00 donation to the Farabout Peninsula Coalition to help further study, preserve and raise awareness of the need to protect this unique portion of Eagle Lake. The Farabout Peninsula Coalition representing a large number of stakeholders; Eagle Lake FirstNation, Residents, Tourism Businesses, Commercial Fishery and Recreational Users, has worked diligently for over 10 years to permanently remove the Farabout [...]
DATE: October 3, 2018 (1st Wednesday in October) PLACE: Evergreen Lodge on Eagle Lake (Mal Tygesson - Host) TIME: 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. AGENDA: 9:00 - Coffee & Conversation until 9:30 9:30 - Planning "Hour" for the Spring 2019 Annual KDCA Meeting 1. Agenda for spring meeting (May 3, 2019) - open discussion 2. Update on Spring "DO" - Shannon Doudiet 11:00 - Progress Report on Signs - Steve [...]
At the KDCA Spring 2018 meeting, a motion was passed to change the Annual Meeting to the Spring Meeting, allowing elections to take place when the turnout is greatest. Here are the new Executive Members: President: Harald Lohn, Kabeelo Lodge Vice-President: Erik Lohn, Kabeelo Lodge Treasurer: Steve Hartle, Big Hook Wilderness Camps Directors: Jacqui Haukeness, Rugby Lake Lodge; John Fahlgren, Sydney Lake Lodge; Gord Bastable, Vermilion Bay Lodge; Mal Tygesson, [...]
Advocating for Tourism in Northwestern Ontario In 2017, KDCA has set out an ambitious agenda to help Tourism and the local economy. This year KDCA will be lobbying issues such as bear management, bait fish regulation, LUP restrictions, carbon tax expenses, septic systems, moose tag reductions, deer herd management, and “Tourism Matters” marketing. Just to name a few issues facing our Tourism Industry. In 2016 KDCA spent a large sum [...]
Tourists staying at fishing lodges have a significant impact on the Northwestern Ontario economy! By Gerry Cariou | Executive Director, Ontario's Sunset Country Travel Association Tourism is a major economic sector in Northwest Ontario and it's about time that the Government and the public started to appreciate tourism more for the jobs it creates, the impact it has on other, non-tourism sectors through tourist spending and tourism business [...]
NOTO is working hard to change some of the new rules related to the reinstated Ontario Spring Bear Hunt By Laurie Marcil | Executive Director, NOTO Over the summer months NOTO has been very active on the industry’s behalf on a number of issues including Bear hunt allocations and new regulations, forestry, border crossing concerns, septic system approvals, TSSA concerns, wildlife management strategies and so much more. We [...]