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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)
The 26 kilometre-square lava plain left by the Tseax Volcano in the Nass Valley is an impressive central feature of the Nisga’a Memorial Lava Bed Park north of Terrace, B.C. The volcanic eruption... Read More
As I approached the Swan Lake Provincial Park day use area, my senses were awakened. Colourful tapestries were hanging from the trees, a fire smoldered in the central gathering place, rhythmic... Read More
After another successful season of trail building, ecological monitoring, and public outreach projects (to name a few), the 2019 BC Parks student rangers have hung up their hiking boots and stepped... Read More
Tucked away in the nooks and crannies of British Columbia’s mountain ranges is a symbol of the alpine. White as the snow-capped peaks, the mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus) is an iconic mountain... Read More
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After 16 years of hard work, a local not-for-profit society has succeeded in bringing together multiple levels of government, structural engineers, heritage consultants and volunteers... Read More