A great turnout at Moon Lake Campground in Riding Mountain National Park with a clear message to Parks Canada - we Occupy Winter because we celebrate our Fourth Season. We deserve to have winter services provided by Parks Canada, groomed trails, and winter programs. We have paid for them with our tax dollars for decades; we've paid for them with our annual admission fees; and some of your strongest advocates use the national park trails more in the winter than in the summer. A new business model is needed in which your resource alignment takes into account the lion's share of resources:visitors in the summer, AND a smaller and appropriate scaling of resources:visitors share in the fall and winter months. You can do that by cutting other costs, raising new revenues from partnerships with your communities, and collecting revenues in the winter months. But, not having Parks Canada visitor services, experiences and trails is not an option that we condone. It's time to work together for a different solution.