The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy was launched in 2015 with the goal of uniting the Commonwealth’s 53 members in conserving forests for future generations.
In February 2016, the Government of B.C., First Nations, environmental groups, and forest industry representatives announced how the Great Bear Rainforest would be managed now and into the future.
The 2016 Great Bear Rainforest Act will conserve 85% of the forest and 70% of old growth over time, achieving a high level of ecological integrity.
Government, First Nations, environmental groups and industry: learn what groups came together to make the GBR agreement happen.
The Government of B.C. continues to build and strengthen relationships with Aboriginal people and communities
The North Coast and Central Coast regions of B.C. are unique because of the highly diverse plant, animal, and marine life and the equally diverse geography and climate.
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The Great Bear Rainforest has become a popular destination for travelers seeking first-hand views of the region’s stunning landscapes, waterways and array of wildlife.
Learn about the rich diversity of marine life, mammals, birds, plants and trees that make B.C's Great Bear Rainforest their home and contribute to the natural beauty of the region.