Anderson Vacations Friday Operation & Flood Update (June 28)

In our continued effort to provide you with updates on the situation in Alberta due to the recent floods, we’re pleased to share with you the following news today from our front. The power was switched on in five more Calgary communities overnight, which means that just three more areas are still without power.

Residents in the Beltline, Elbow Park, Erlton, Riverdale, and Victoria Park now have power, leaving just Cliff Bungalow, East Village, and Mission as the only neighbourhoods in the city suffering from outages. Read more ...

Two lanes of the Trans-Canada Highway are now open between Calgary and Banff to all traffic. Motorists are advised to use caution and obey road signage as driving conditions are not yet back to normal.

"While this is the first step, we are in it for the long haul," said Alberta Transportation Minister Ric McIver.

Officials are warning drivers that the highway is still not in top condition and the speed limit has been lowered to 60 km/h. Read more ...

A number of provincial parks in  Kananaskis Country will be closed this long weekend because they were washed out by flood waters last week. Officials say there has been significant damage to the area and many of the roads and trails are on unstable ground and are not safe. The closures include: Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Evan Thomas Provincial Recreation Area, where Kananaskis Village is located, Elbow Sheep Wildland Provincial Park and Wyndham Carseland Provincial Park south east of Calgary is closed indefinitely. For a complete listing of advisories, notices and campground availability across the province, visit

ANDERSON OPERATIONS CONTINUE on JUNE 28 as follows: Anderson Vacations will be Operational and Open for Business, again from two centralised pods around the City by product line.

Please distribute the following numbers for enquiry:
Office hours: 8:30AM to 5:00PM Mountain Standard Time
For customised reservations for Canada and the South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, and for escourted tour groups, group reservations and marketing, all of our staff will have access to their email addresses as another option for communication with them. See the list here.

Please note that our offices will be closed on Monday, July 1 due to our Canada Day national holiday. Our emergency lines will remain open and accessible at +1 403 828 2177. We will reopen on Tuesday morning, hopefully from our head office once power has been restored. Stay tuned for more information.

We will reopen on Tuesday morning, hopefully from our head office once power has been restored. Stay tuned for more information. We will continue to keep you updated through our Facebook Page and e-marketing channels.  We are continuing to work with all passengers travelling and assisting in any re-routing or re-booking of itineraries as necessary.  We once again encourage these passengers and/or their agents to immediately activate their travel insurance policies as well if their itinerary necessitates a change due to the flooding. The most up to date information on the floods and recovery efforts can be found at

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Please let me know if there are any questions or additional concerns.

Yours in Travel,
Corey Marshall

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