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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)
In June 2013, a team of 12 volunteers travelled to Rugged Point Provincial Park to perform a large scale marine debris removal operation. This event was the third annual Combing the Coast Wilderness... Read More
by Rose Schroeder, Back Country Horsemen of BC Like Isaac Newton said, “we build too many walls and not enough bridges!” The Back Country Horsemen of BC (BCHBC) use that theory to build... Read More
Lake Windermere, at the heart of the Upper Columbia Valley, provides many benefits to the surrounding communities. At the same time, it experiences a high level of use both on the lake and along... Read More
Like everything we plan, it is always a good idea to keep your options open! So it was with the 4th annual opening of the Headwaters Corral Equestrian Campsite in EC Manning Park. The Campsite... Read More
Jerry the Moose upstaged Raul the Killer whale but otherwise Port Hardy’s annual Oceans Day celebration at Rotary Park was devoted to all things aquatic. On Friday, June 7, BC Parks participated... Read More