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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

Assessing climate change impacts on the West Coast

Posted on August 18, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

By Catherine Jacobsen, Hayley Datoo, BC Parks   We have seen more impacts due to climate change over the last few years.  Extreme weather events are becoming more common due to climate...

Embracing nature: an engaging learning experience for new Canadians

Posted on August 16, 2022

Categories: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Community Event

By Natasha Ewing The Learn to be in Nature event was held on June 25, 2022 in Prince George, B.C. Hosted by BC Parks and Recreation Sites and Trails BC in partnership with the Immigrant and...

View from the side of a mountain of trees around and a lake below.

Reconstructing historic fire activity and whitebark pine distributions in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park North 

Posted on August 12, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

Kira Hoffman, UBC and Bulkley Valley Research Centre, Alana Clason, Bulkley Valley Research Centre, and Lori Daniels, UBC   Tweedsmuir Provincial Park North is British Columbia’s largest...

The evolution of BC Parks Day-Use Pass Program

Posted on August 11, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

BC Parks exists to protect our province’s diverse network of incredible natural environments while providing safe and sustainable outdoor recreation. BC Parks hosts a lot of people – millions,...

Safe campfire tips

Posted on August 4, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

Sitting by a crackling campfire is always a highlight of camping, but campfires (if handled inappropriately) can pose a significant risk to us and the environment. If you’re camping at a BC Parks...


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