KAMLOOPS, British Columbia — The couple who have owned and operated Pinaus Lake Resort near Falkland for 30 years will soon be left with nowhere to live and a pile of expenses.
Arvid and Audrey Hoglund, 78 and 76, purchased the resort in 1986 and ran several campgrounds and 11 cabins. They also turned the lodge into their home.
On March 14, the life they knew came crashing down when the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNRO) told them the slope movement in the area made it unsafe and ordered the resort be permanently shut down.
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