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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

Adaptive Recreation Equipment Changing Lives in BC Parks

Posted on October 4, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Our People

Tags: accessibility | BC Parks |

Enjoying a sunny day on a sandy beach, paddleboarding on a pristine lake with friends, and exploring the mountains in B.C.’s provincial parks are something Debra McDonald never thought she’d... Read More

Student Rangers End First Summer on a High Note

Posted on September 28, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Conservation | Our People

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Looking back at her first summer spent working as a BC Parks student ranger, Emma McGrath has a list of projects that fill her with pride. On one occasion, McGrath and her crew hopped into a... Read More

GO Grants Turn Parks into Classrooms

Posted on September 24, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Community Event | Featured

Tags: Children and Youth | GO Grants | Outdoor Education | Outreach | Partners | Schools | Youth |

Did you know the benefits of outdoor play for children are dramatic and long lasting? Studies have shown that access to nature improves brain activity, increases self-confidence and self-esteem,... Read More

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanups in BC Parks

Posted on September 19, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Conservation | Volunteers

Tags: conservation | Conservation Project | great | Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup | Shoreline Cleanup |

BC Parks is excited to be partnering once again with the Vancouver Aquarium as a conservation supporter of the WWF’s Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup! Since 1994, over 700,000 participants from... Read More

Living Lab Program Supports Climate Change Research in BC Parks

Posted on September 6, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Conservation

  After a month of trudging through the vast wilderness of South Chilcotin Mountains Provincial Park, Robin Naidoo is starting to enjoy the fruits of his labour. Sometimes travelling... Read More

 

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