The Canaan valley, which sits at the heart of the B.C. Prairies, is known for its breathtaking scenery, and the region is famous for its skiing, surfing, biking and hiking.
There are over 600 resorts in the area, and many of them offer skiing and snowboarding.
But the resort industry in Canada has been struggling with the downturn in demand and tourism.
In 2016, the Canaan resort reported that it was losing $10 million annually.
As a result, the industry was forced to shut down in 2018.
The resort was able to reopen in 2018, but it’s hard to see the Canan Valley being as popular as it once was.
According to The Globe and Mail, the resort lost $20 million last year due to the downturn.
While the resort’s closure may have contributed to its downfall, the decline of tourism was not the only factor that led to the decline in revenues.
The resort’s new owners, the Canan River Resorts (CRR), say they are taking some measures to help their business.
“It was not that they didn’t have the funds, but the economic conditions and the lack of the ability to grow our business has been one of the key reasons for the decline,” said Michael Mowbray, CRR’s president.
The resorts are also investing in new technology to keep up with the demands of the resort.
The resorts have installed a new parking meter system, a digital navigation system and a new tourism management system.
It’s the third such upgrade CRR has added in the past few years, and they plan to expand the technology as well.
There are also plans to create a social media focused platform to bring in more visitors to the resorts, according to Mowbrays promo for the resort.
So far, the CRR says that the resort has only seen a $5 million profit, but they expect the profit to grow to more than $20m.
Despite the recession and the financial struggles, the CRR is optimistic about the future.
“We are optimistic that we can get back to our full potential,” Mows promised.
“The future is bright, and it’s going to be one of a lot of great things for the community.”