The purpose of this engagement is to solicit feedback from a diverse group of stakeholders, including qualified professionals (QPs), those who use QPs in both government and the private sector, and the general public, as to how the current professional reliance model is performing, and to provide suggestions as to possible enhancements or changes required. As well, all B.C. First Nations bands and councils were invited to share their experiences, including how their Nation values the use of qualified professionals to inform natural resource decisions related to resource use.
There were several ways to participate in the engagement process which was open from December 1, 2017 to January 19, 2018.
- Citizens (individuals) and users of Qualified Professionals (QPs) could complete an online survey.
- Stakeholders were invited to submit a formal submission.
- QPs were invited to complete a survey through their member associations.
Respondents who indicated they would like their submission made public, are posted below.
Anthony Britneff – Development Framework
Antiquus Archaeological Consultants Ltd
Apex Property Owners Association
Association for Mineral Exploration
Association of Professional Biology
Association of BC Forest Professionals
Association of BC Land Surveyors
Association of the Chemical Profession of BC
Association of Consulting Engineering Companies of BC
BC Coalition for Forestry Reform
BC Council of Forest Industries and the Coast Forest Products Association 1
BC Council of Forest Industries and the Coast Forest Products Association 2
BCIA PRR Release
BC Stone Sand and Gravel Association
BC Trappers Association
BC Tap Water Alliance
Bernhard H.J. Juurlink
BC Wildlife Federation
Boundary Environmental Alliance
British Columbia Cattlemen’s Association
British Columbia Society of Landscape Architects
BCGEU Part 2
Business Council of British Columbia
Canadian Cave Conservancy
Cariboo Mountain Outfitters
Circle M Outfitters
Clear Coast Consulting
Coast Mountain Expeditions & Discovery Islands Lodge
College of Applied Biology
Contaminated Sites Approved Professional Society
Cowichan Lake and River Stewardship Society
Cedarland Forest Products
Douglas Channel Watch Society
Dr. Bruce Fraser
Dr. Bruce Fraser – Saving Place
Ecofish Research Ltd,
Engineers & Geoscientist B.C.
Eureka Peak Lodge & Outfitters Ltd.
Evidence for Democracy
Federation of BC Woodlot Associations
Finlay River Outfitters Ltd.
Forest Practices Board
Friends and Residents of the North Fork
Friends of Carmanah Walbran Part 1
Friends of Carmanah Walbran Part 2
Future of Howe Sound Society
Geoff Chislett, Gerry Fox, Richard Morley and Ray Travers
Glade Watershed Protection Society
Halfway River First Nation
Herb Hammond, Forest Ecologist & Forester Silva Ecosystem Consultants Ltd.
Independent Contractors and Businesses Association
Islands Trust Council
Kamloops Area Preservation Association
Lhtako Dene Nation
Lois and Dave-Schurek
Managed Forest Council
Mining Association of British Columbia
My Sea to Sky
Nexus Learning Group
Nickel Plate Nordic Centre
Organizing for Change – 45 Signatories
Paul Griffiths & Carolyn Ramsey
Peachland Resident’s Association
Peachland Watershed Protection Alliance
Professional Employees Association
Romer Consulting Submission
Romer Consulting 2
Save Hullcar Aquifer Team
Shuswap Environmental Action Society
Sierra Club BC
Skeena Fisheries Commission
SkeenaWild Conservation Trust
Speak Up For Wildlife Foundation
Stoney Creek Environment Committee
Swansea Point Community Association
TimberWest Forest Corporation
Tolko Industries Ltd.
Upper Clearwater Referral Group
Upper Nechako Wilderness Council
Urban Development Institute
Vancouver Coastal Health
Vancouver Fraser Port Authority
Watershed Watch Salmon Society
Wells Gray Adventures
Wells Gray Gateway Protection Society
West Coast Environmental Law
Western Forest Products Inc.
Western Forestry Contractors’ Association