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flugelboneman
post Sep 5 2010, 10:50 PM
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Just a note to let people know that the Saskatchewan Provincial Government has levied a $6.00 per nite surcharge on all non resident campers in their Provincial Campgrounds. That includes non resident Canadians. Most of these campgrounds offer only electricity at the sites so now you pay $28.00 for electric only when Saskatchewan residents pay $22.00. I can't think of a quicker way to have their provincial campsites turned over exclusively to Saskatchewan citizens. So much for the welcoming nature of prairie folk. I am a Saskatchewan born Canadian resident living elsewhere in Canada. I will not be back to camp in my home province. mad.gif
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DXSMac
post Sep 6 2010, 11:21 AM
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A small city park where I live charges less to "residents" of the city but more to "non-residents." But then again, it's a small city park. If you live there, you aren't likely to camp there.

On the other hand, a PROVINCIAL park (similar to a state park), well, that would definitely be a ripoff.

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