Emergency Resources

(updated 05/25/2020)

• Daily updates are available from Destination British Columbia including travel advisories and supports for tourism businesses

• For real-time information on the COVID-19 Pandemic please find official information from the Government of Canada 


Travel to our area is not recommended at this time. 

The open /closed status of Cranbrook Accommodations are as follows:

Days Inn OPEN

Elizabeth Lake Lodge OPEN

The Best Western OPEN

Lazy Bear Lodge OPEN

Sandman Hotel OPEN

Kootenay Country Inn OPEN

The Prestige Rocky Mountain Resort CLOSED

St Eugene Resort CLOSED (The KOA RV Park does remain open)

The Heritage Inn CLOSED

The Canadian Rockies International Airport is open. WestJet is currently running one flight per day between Cranbrook and Calgary. The Airport is currently open from: 

Monday - Thursday 0900-1730
Fridays - 0900-1400
Saturdays – closed
Sundays 1100-1400 

For updates on the open and closed status of area Golf Courses.

In this challenging time, many Cranbrook businesses are offering alternate methods of delivery. For a full list of what is available for restaurants offering takeout, as well as food and grocery delivery services, visit our where to eat page.  Many retailers are also offering online and phone orders as well as curbside and home delivery. See our list of where to shop.

Please note that all Parks Canada Parks are now closed.

BC Parks are open for day use as of May 14. Users are encouraged to visit parks near home. MORE....

BC Parks (Kootenay) Status as of May 15, 2020

Open:

Columbia Lake Provincial Park

Elko Provincial Park

Jimsmith Lake Provincial Park

Morrissey Provincial Park

Mount Fernie Provincial Park

Moyie Lake Provincial Park

Norbury Lake Provincial Park

Premier Lake Provincial Park

Ryan Provincial Park

Skookumchuk Rapids Provincial Park

St Mary’s Alpine Provincial Park

Thunder Hill Provincial Park

Wardner Provincial Park

Wasa Lake Provincial Park

Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park

 

Closed:

Dry Gulch Provincial Park

James Chabot Provincial Park

Kikomun Creek Provincial Park

Top of the World Provincial Park

Yahk Provincial Park

 Source: http://bcparks.ca/covid-19/parks-affected/ 

 

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→ For information for British Columbia Supports for Businesses and Workers from the Government of B.C.

→ For additional business supports and emergency loans visit Community Futures East Kootenay

→ For municipal government information visit the City of Cranbrook website

→ For regional government information visit the Regional District of East Kootenay

→ For Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce Updates

→ For businesses looking for information and resources to navigate uncertainties and mitigate impacts visit the BC Economic Development Association

 


Activities to keep busy close to home at COVID-19

→ For information for British Columbia Supports for Businesses and Workers from the Government of B.C.

→ For additional business supports and emergency loans visit Community Futures East Kootenay

→ For municipal government information visit the City of Cranbrook website

→ For regional government information visit the Regional District of East Kootenay

→ For Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce Updates

→ For businesses looking for information and resources to navigate uncertainties and mitigate impacts visit the BC Economic Development Association

 


Activities to keep busy close to home at COVID-19