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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

Colour the Trails interview with Judith Kasiama

Posted on February 3, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

By Ratika Sethi, BC Parks co-op student Judith Kasiama is an avid hiker, lover of the great outdoors and an advocate for inclusive representation in outdoor spaces. She founded an organization...

Our 5-year Anniversary of our Licence Plate Program

Posted on January 26, 2022

Categories: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | BC Parks News | Community Engagement | Conservation | Indigenous Relations

It’s been 5 years since the partnership with ICBC and BC Parks started in January 2017 with the launch of the BC Parks Licence Plate Program! There is no doubt that the support of British...

A Magical Place: Bishop Bay – Monkey Beach Conservancy

Posted on January 14, 2022

Categories: BC Parks News

Bishop Bay – Monkey Beach Conservancy is a magical place to visit – only accessible by boat or floatplane. When Natasha Ewing, community liaison officer with BC Parks, got an opportunity to...

BC Parks iNaturalist project

Posted on December 30, 2021
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Categories: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Conservation

Tags: BC Parks Licence Plate Program | Conservation | iNaturalist |

The BC Park’s iNaturalist project is wrapping up its third year and has grown considerably since its launch in May of 2019, thanks to the help of park visitors and iNaturalist crews. The...

Be AdventureSmart in BC Parks this winter!

Posted on December 10, 2021

Categories: Education | Responsible Recreation

Tags: AdventureSmart | winter safety |

Guest blog by BC AdventureSmart Did you know that BC Search and Rescue volunteers respond to 1,900 incidents each year? Did you know that over 30% of those incidents, in winter, are for user...


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