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FMCBC Oct 25
Have a minute? The wants to better understand how you use British Columbia's parks so they can design programs that fit park users' needs.
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FMCBC Oct 26
Due to increased bear activity, BC Parks has closed the Garibaldi Lake area including the Garibaldi Lake access trail. This is in addition to the full closure of the Taylor Meadows campground and the Taylor Meadows access trail.
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Manning Park Resort Oct 30
Larches look to be finishing up now on Mount Frosty, and you will encounter snow on the high alpine trails, but there's still some beautiful fall hikes to be found! The BC Parks trail report for this week can be found here:
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Alex Goatcher Nov 14
Many tourists use our Provincial Parks and add extra pressures to the infrastructure and the ecology of said parks. If the BC Govt won't increase funding, maybe it's time to charge out-of-country tourists user fees to help maintain .
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reel_cabin Oct 26
A this morning and a crossing the parking lot last night ..... It’s getting crowded up here with all the new neighbours 😉 Wild Kingdom in If you’re lucky to live in the mountains ....you’re lucky enough.
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Bethany Coulthard Nov 3
Badass grizzly science by of , feat my👌partner Andrew, in collab w & ! Are bears affected by ⬆️ viewing tourism? thx 4 letting me tag along guys, amazing experience for a🌲lady!
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BC Government News Oct 23
is happy to be collaborating with ! Through a partnership with , resources and grants are available to help teachers extend the classroom beyond four walls and into nature. Learn more at:
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Stephen Hui Jul 8
Hiker missing in Strathcona Park turns up safe
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Manning Park Resort Oct 30
Our HR manager spotted some moose to the east of the Resort last week!
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Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation Nov 7
and teamed up again this year to provide GO Grants for K-12 classes and schools, allowing over 9,700 students from 325 classes the opportunity to experience outdoor learning in one of BC’s 600+ provincial parks.
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George Heyman Jun 27
Congrats to the Christina Lake community on this BC Parks expansion. Great example of local advocates working together with government to do good for the community and ecosystem.
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Jen Newsted Nov 3
These views will do. in Smugglers Cove, Halfmoon Bay, Sunshine Coast 👟👟🌲🌲
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Lisa Beare Jul 25
Camping is one of the best and most affordable ways for families to vacation. In the last two years, have added more than 1,000 campsites, including 65 new campsites in Provincial Park.
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Stephen Hui Nov 20
Inspired By Nature Series: spotlights the Forest and the Femme Society ()
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Joel Gibson May 25
I added a few observations from in the last few days. Maybe it will add to the total!!
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BC Ferries Oct 4
Thank you to , and all those involved in the live-stream event! We are proud to support initiatives that help spread valuable knowledge to students across Canada 🙌 Learn more about the interactive program here: ^js
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Alouette Parks Nov 19
Mike Lake Road in Park is currently CLOSED due to a fallen tree. We are working to re-open the road as soon as possible.
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|2yan Jul 3
(2/2) so you will dead end if hiking the HSCT south to north. Potentially dangerous situation for un-warned hikers/backpackers who hit unexpected closure (substantial backtrack to Lions Bay trails).
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Michael Malone Nov 16
Enjoyed the calm serenity of PP - hope to bag a Salmon next time! (1:06 PM)
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