Tetrahedron Provincial Park Planning Process – Public Comments Released

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As a friendly Christmas gesture, Chris Ludwig, president of the BC Mountaineering Club (BCMC) and co-founder of Backcountry BC, presented the Fed with a copy of a 1,500+ page Freedom of Information document related to the Tetrahedron Provincial Park public process—such as it was. Fed members will recall that this has been a longstanding issue […]

2018 Share the Trails Workshop – May 11 – Nanaimo

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From our Executive Director, Barry Janyk: I was invited to the “Share the Trails” workshop in Nanaimo and Dave suggested I attend.  The event was organised by Jeremy McCall of ORC and Nancy Spratt of the Horse Council of BC. Snuneymuxw Nation leader Lolly Good welcomed the 50 invited attendees to Snuneymuxw traditional territory.  She inspired us to “use […]

An update on the BC Parks process for Tetrahedron Provincial Park

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From our Executive Director, Barry Janyk – May 28th, 2018: As folks are likely aware, there was another “Open House” style meeting at the Roberts Creek Community Hall on the 24th May to “learn about and provide input into options being considered regarding the designation of Tetrahedron Park to enable the province to consider the […]

The Tetrahedron Park Saga

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From our Executive Director, Barry Janyk: Tetrahedron Provincial Park, just east of Sechelt, was established in 1995—in part to provide a pristine watershed for the Sunshine Coast.  Due to years of Sunshine Coast Regional District inaction, development on the lower Sunshine Coast has surpassed the ability of the SCRD to provide adequate water in summer. […]