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STAY AT HOME ORDER
Today the Ontario Government announced an “Emergency Stay-At-Home” order to curb the spread of COVID-19 to supplement the “emergency brake” measures put in place last week.
After carefully reviewing the updated Government Guidelines, it is our understanding that we are able to keep our business operational during this period based on the fact that we fall under the category of “Hotels, motels, lodges, cabins, cottages…” (which have been listed as businesses permitted to operate). As such we are honouring our existing bookings. Government of Ontario Documentation: SAFETY MEASURES | STAY AT HOME ORDER
We are leaving it to the discretion of our guests to determine whether they are able to travel at this time.
Please contact us if you are unable to travel (email@example.com).
Any guests visiting must come with members of their own bubble. Guests should do all their shopping at home and avoid visiting the local communities and businesses around our cabins. Our cabins will be available for those that require a safe place to isolate in nature.
Please review our Covid-19 safety measures below.
John Loerchner and Laura Mendes
These are the following safety measures we are taking to ensure your health and safety:
1: Rescheduling At Risk Guests:
Any guests who have traveled outside of Canada within 14 days of their visit, have been in contact with infected individuals, or who are showing symptoms of the COVID-19 virus should contact us to reschedule or cancel their visit.
2: Intensified Cleaning Protocol
– Our cleaners have intensified cleaning procedures to ensure all surfaces are thoroughly wiped down with disinfectant cleaner
– We are removing sponges and using disposable wash cloths moving forward. While we do not like to contribute to disposable waste, we feel this is a necessary precaution.
3: Removal of all bedding / pillows / blankets
-We have removed all blankets, bedding and pillows from our cabins. We ask that guests please bring their own blankets, sheets, pillows or sleeping bags during this period.
4: Following Authorities Recommendations
-We are keeping a close eye on recommendations for health and safety and will adjust our plans accordingly as the situation evolves.
We do ask a few things of our guests moving forward:
1: Bring Your Own Toilet Paper and Spray Cleaner
While we currently have sufficient quantities of both, it is getting increasingly difficult to find these products in store. If you are able to bring your own supply, it will help us ensure that we have enough supplies for incoming guests. (Please don’t take our toilet paper or cleaning products home).
2: Bring everything you need with you / Stay away from the local community
The Provincial Government has expressed concern over individuals isolating in rural areas and putting additional strain on their grocery stores and local amenities. We do not want to contribute to this strain. We ask that guests bring everything they need with them. While we do proudly support local businesses, unfortunately, now is not the time to do it.
3: Clean the Cabin Before Leaving
Rest assured, our cleaners will do a deep disinfectant clean of the cabin upon your departure. However, we want to ensure that our cleaners also feel comfortable coming into the cabin. If you can wipe down surfaces before you leave, this will help everyone feel confident.
Please let us know if you have any further questions. You can contact us at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that all of our cabins are in private, wilderness settings. However, some locations are more isolated and “remote” than others. We have a basic scale to grade this in order for you to select a cabin based on your comfort level. Some people prefer the comfort of being closer to people and to civilization while others are looking for a true “back country” style experience.
Low: Your cabin is close to your access. While you’ll have privacy, you may still hear some local traffic or nearby cabins. For many this sense of being close to civilization is comforting. For others it is not the wilderness experience they are looking for.
Medium: You will be well away from the road and other buildings but still not completely isolated.
High: These are our most remote cabins and have a true “back country” feel. You are unlikely to see or hear other people during your stay. At night, all that you will hear is the great outdoors. For some, this isolated feeling is what they are looking for, for others it can be unsettling.
THIS ACTIVITY WAIVER & RELEASE (this “Agreement”)
Cabinscape Inc. of 378 Lumsden Ave, Toronto, ON, M4C 2L7
(the “Activity Provider”)
IN CONSIDERATION OF the covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties to this Agreement agree as follows:
Being of lawful age and in consideration of being permitted to participate in the activity described below, the Participant releases and forever discharges the Activity Provider, its owners, directors, officers, employees, agents, assigns, legal representatives and successors from all manner of actions, causes of action, debts, accounts, bonds, contracts, claims and demands for or by reason of any injury to person or property, including injury resulting in the death of the Participant, which has been or may be sustained as a consequence of the Participant’s participation in the activity described below, and not withstanding that such damage, loss or injury may have been caused solely or partly by the negligence of the Activity Provider.
The Participant understands that the Participant would not be permitted to participate in the activity described below unless the Participant signed this Agreement.
Details of Activity
The Participant will participate in the following activity: Back Country Cabin Visit.
The Participant acknowledges that this Agreement is given with the express intention of effecting the extinguishment of certain obligations owed to the Participant and with the intention of binding the Participant’s spouse, heirs, executors, administrators, legal representatives and assigns.
Fitness to Participate
The Participant acknowledges that the Participant does not have any physical limitations, medical ailments, physical or mental disabilities that would limit or prevent the Participant from participating in the above mentioned activity. If required, the Participant will obtain a medical examination and clearance.
Full and Final Settlement
The Participant hereby acknowledges and agrees that the Participant has carefully read this Agreement, that the Participant fully understands the same, and that the Participant is freely and voluntarily executing the same.
The Participant understands that by signing this Agreement, the Participant agrees to be forever prevented from suing or otherwise claiming against the Activity Provider for any property loss or personal injury that the Participant may sustain while participating in or preparing for the above noted activity.
The Participant has been given the opportunity and has been encouraged to seek independent legal advice prior to signing this Agreement.
This Agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties to this Agreement and the terms of this Agreement are contractual and not a mere recital.
This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Province of Ontario.
Emergency contact name: __________________________________
Emergency contact phone number: __________________________________
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the Participant has duly affixed their signatures under hand and seal on:
Your Email (required)
Purpose of Visit (Ex. Camping) (required)
Street Address (required)
Postal Code/Zip Code (required)
Phone Number (required)
Printed Name(s) of Participant and Minor(s)
Full Name (required)
Cross Country Ski
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