Recreational establishments that offer accommodation in ready-to-camp units or on camp sites composed of permanent sites to accommodate tents or recreational camping vehicles, motorized or not, including services.
A vehicle or slide-in camper that is primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or seasonal use; has its own motive power or is mounted on or towed by another vehicle; does not require a special highway use permit for operation on the highways; and can be easily transported and set up on a daily basis by an individual.
A recreational vehicle shall include units further described as a motor home, travel trailer, fifth wheel trailer, truck camper, tent trailer, park model trailer and similar vehicles but excludes a mobile home or “Tiny Home”.
A recreational vehicle that is self-propelled which includes vehicles described as “Class A”, Class C” and “Class B” and which is manufactured in accordance with CSA Z-240 RV series of standards.
A recreational vehicle designed to be towed behind a motor vehicle by means of a bumper or frame hitch and which is manufactured in accordance with CSA Z-240 RV series of standards.
A recreational vehicle designed to be coupled to the towing vehicle by a fifth wheel-type coupler, through which a substantial part of the trailer weight is supported by the tow vehicle and being manufactured in accordance with CSA Z-240 RV series of standards.
A recreational vehicle designed to be loaded onto and unloaded from, the bed of a pick-up truck and being manufactured in accordance with CSA Z-240 RV series of standards.
A recreational vehicle built on its own chassis, having a rigid or canvas top and sidewalls, which may be folded or otherwise stowed for transit, and designed to be towed behind a motor vehicle. The unit is manufactured in accordance with CSA Z-240 RV series of standards.
A recreational unit that meets the following criteria:
a) it is built on a single chassis mounted on wheels;
b) it is designed to facilitate relocation from time to time;
c) it is designed as living quarters for seasonal camping and may be connected to those utilities necessary for operation of installed fixtures and appliances; and
d) it has a gross floor area, not exceeding 50 m2 when in the set-up mode, and has a width greater than 2.6 m in the transit mode.
A Park Model Trailer is manufactured in accordance with CSA Z-241 series of standards.
A transportable, single or multiple-section single family dwelling of residential, permanent occupancy and conforming with CSA Z-240 MH Series of standards at time of manufacture. It is ready for occupancy upon completion of set-up in accordance with required factory recommended installation details.
For the purposes of this guide, a “tiny home” is a small, private and self-contained dwelling unit:
A tiny home can be a primary home or a separate structure on a property that already has an existing house. Campers, recreational vehicles, cottages and other structures used on a seasonal basis are not considered tiny homes. Tiny Homes must be built to either CSA A-277 or CSA Z240 MH and appropriate Provincial Building Codes