Changes to Crossing US Border

New information for Canadian Snowbirds Crossing the US Border! In 2014, Canada and the U.S. adopted the final phase of the Entry/Exit Initiative, which gives border officials in both countries the authority to share passport information. As of June 30, each day a Canadian spends in the U.S. is automatically recorded by the American Department of Homeland Security. Anyone remaining … Continue reading

Why an RV Rental will enhance your vacation

Consider an RV Rental for this summer’s vacation Starting out on a vacation in the comfort of one of many RV rentals that are available, with your friends or family is probably one of the most exciting ways of traveling.  Store your personal items in the closets, fill up the cupboards with food, load up the refrigerator and you are all … Continue reading

Your travel insurance may not cover you if you die

Does your travel insurance cover you if you die while traveling?   Many people are under the misguided impression that when purchasing medical insurance for their travels they will be covered in the event of a death and all the details will be taken care of. “Not so,” said Barb Houser of Purple Shield in Cranbrook, B.C. “Medical travel insurance … Continue reading