Trails BC Withdraws from the Canadian Trail Federation
Trails BC Withdraws from the Canadian Trail Federation over concerns in its involvement with the National Trails Coalition.
Effective March 5th, 2009, the Trails Society of British Columbia (Trails BC) has formally withdrawn its membership in the Canadian Trails Federation. We have taken this action because we do not believe that the CTF is fulfilling its mandate to represent the interests of non-motorized trail users in its dealings with the National Trails Coalition.
Report a Trail Closure
ONLY USE THIS FORM TO REPORT CLOSURES ON THE TRANS CANADA TRAIL / THE GREAT TRAIL.
Trail maintenance issues are the responsibility of the Trail Steward, which is either the trail owner or a group given authorization to perform maintenance work. Trails BC is a trail steward for a very limited number of trail segments on the Trans Canada Trail; unfortunately, if a major trail issue occurs along the Trans Canada Trail, there is often very little we can do about it - but we can try to pass on the information to the trail steward, if one exists.
Trails BC Membership Application
Payment can be made either by cheque or by Paypal. If you wish to donate funds to Trails BC in addition to your membership dues, you may certainly do so. A charity receipt is issued for donations and memberships.
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