Last day of the trip
I think the problem is full-time RV living in Canada is a grey area, so I doubt the government is much aware of the scale of the issue, technically, as far as I know, at least in BC, living in an RV as a full-time residence is not allowed unless I guess you purchase/lease a special RV lot in certain RV resorts that accommodate full-timers and provide an official mailing address.
Most I know are fudging things and using relative's addresses as their official residence address and for mail. So I guess the government thinks you should just go there since that's what's listed for taxes and driver's license address as your home. Which makes sense and is our fall back plan if they start closing the RV Parks. My sister keeps a room open for me and we have a place to park the RV in her yard.
This situation is exposing a problem that's been going on a long time but no government has addressed the new reality of RV full-time living. Unfortunately, right now we are likely way down the list of what the government is going to put resources towards.