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BC Parks’ Future Strategy

Protecting our Legacy Together

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More Campsites

More Campsites

$23 million over the next five years to add 1,900 new campsites.

Conservation

Conservation

Hiring more park rangers to enhance conservation.

BC Parks Foundation

BC Parks Foundation

Helping enhance the BC Parks experience.

Important News and Updates

September 14, 2018 Campfire ban lifted in Southeast Fire Centre
Effective at noon (Pacific time) on Friday, September 14, 2018, campfires will once again be permitted throughout the Southeast Fire Centre’s jurisdiction, due to decreased wildfire risks in the region.
September 11, 2018 Open burn prohibitions to be rescinded in Prince George Fire Centre
Effective at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018, Category 2 and Category 3 open burning will once again be allowed throughout the Prince George Fire Centre’s jurisdiction.
September 7, 2018 Campfire bans to be lifted in most of British Columbia
Rain and cooler temperatures have reduced the wildfire risk in most parts of the province, so the BC Wildfire Service has rescinded campfire bans in specific regions effective at noon (Pacific Time) on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018.
September 5, 2018 Living Lab Program supports climate change research in BC Parks
Robin Naidoo installing a wildlife cam

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 with a team of packhorses, the research scientist with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF-US) had up to five heavy cameras with him every day, fastening them to trees along game and recreation trails throughout the scenic park located northwest of Lillooet.


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