It’s the traditional start of summer for Canadians lucky enough to have access to a cottage. But this year, the May long weekend will pass with the most populated province still under a stay-at-home order.
There’s hope for Ontario’s cottage country, though, along with its businesses that rely on seasonal visitors. The province on Thursday announced a reopening plan that could allow camping by June 14. Short-term rentals, which were largely banned under lockdown restrictions, would resume at the same time.