Upcoming Events | Volunteering | Gears, Gifts & Planning
Coming soon: Summer in the city!
This summer, join us in some great locations in and around Vancouver. Look for our Outreach Team at the Vancouver Aquarium, Science World, and the Vancouver Maritime Museum, as well as the Coastal Naturalists onboard BC Ferries. We’ll also be at select summer events throughout the Metro Vancouver region.
Feature Exhibit "Women on the Homefront – Women’s contributions during World War II"
April 9 - Spring 2017
With thousands of Canadian men overseas, it was the women of Canada who harvested the crops, kept factories running, looked after the children, and raised money for the war. Women on the Homefront explores the contributions women made to the war effort at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, in Steveston, and inside their homes.
Join the Company of Adventurers at Fort Langley National Historic Site, Vancouver’s only real fort. Get hands on with history and discover what life was like during 19th century fur-trade. Each day is a new adventure of imagination, games and play.
Sign up today!
Sleep in an oTENTik
Sleep in an oTENTik at Fort Langley or Fort Rodd Hill. These permanent tent cabins come equipped with almost everything but your bedding, your food and you!
We value the generous contribution of time, effort and skills made by everyday Canadians just like you. We invite you to share in our work, get behind the scenes, learn something new and make a difference.
See below for information on opportunities at Parks Canada places on Vancouver Island, in the Lower Mainland and across the country.
Parks Canada Merchandise
Want to be equipped and look the part for your next Parks Canada adventure? Or thinking of presents for family and friends? Check out our Parks Canada merchandise.
After you've picked out your ensemble, download the Learn-to Camp and Heritage Gourmet apps to access to the best tips and recipes for your future camp out!
Beginning in 2016, Parks Canada reservations will launch in JANUARY. Don't miss out - click here for dates and more info! https://reservation.pc.gc.ca.
As spring nears, and nature re-emerges, now is a great time to grab your camera to capture some of the most beautiful places in our region. If you’re heading out to get photos, we have some tips to keep you and the surrounding wildlife safe during your visit.