If your property is in the middle of the proposed national park reserve, it will still remain your property, under the by-laws and regulations of the regional district, and where applicable provincial statutes. In order for you, guests, family, friends or patrons to access your property, you will not need to pay fees, toll road fees or the like.
Parks Canada has no jurisdiction over how you manage your private land. Bordering a national park reserve can have immense benefits and, as good neighbours, Parks Canada welcomes the opportunity to work with private land owners towards common objectives.
Knowing access and private property rights will remain unchanged, what concerns are still on your mind?
Consultation has concluded.