|From a document called "Introduction When a Country".|
The National Parks in British Columbia are:Pacific Rim National Park
Gulf Islands National Park
Mount Revelstoke National Park
Kootenay National Park
Glacier National Park
Yoho National Park
Gwaii Haanas National Park
It would be a fiasco, a monumental blunder, if National Parks in British Columbia are transferred to the provincial government of B.C. During his long reign as Premier of B.C. Gordon Campbell sold 120,000 hectares of provincial land; and he downgraded the status of provincial parks, leaving them open for resource exploitation.
On April 30 2012, more than 1,600 Parks Canada employees were told that their jobs could disappear. A day later, the government announced the privatization of hot springs at Kootenay, Banff and Jasper National Parks.
And all Parks Canada workers were given notices that they could "volunteer for consideration for lay-offs." (See: PSAC to Parks Canada Employees: don't jump to volunteer for layoffs.)
|Canada Place in Vancouver, B.C.|
|The Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia.|