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(April 14, 2014) -- The Sooke Potholes Campground in Sooke, Canada will not open this summer because of financial woes facing The Land Conservancy.

Sooke Potholes campsite won’t open in 2014

VICTORIA, Canada — The Sooke Potholes Campground will not open this summer because of financial woes facing The Land Conservancy, Times Colonist reports.

TLC and the CRD agreed in 2004 to buy lands next to the potholes. The CRD operates the park and the TLC has been managing a campground, according to Times Colonist.

But the TLC is under creditor protection because it owes about $7 million. A court-appointed monitor is working with the Victoria-based organization to sell some properties and get it back on a sound financial footing, Times Colonist reports.

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