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BCMTNA in the news

Salish Sea Marine Trail grand opening

Salish Sea joins Canada’s Great Trail

A paddling route used for thousands of years between Vancouver Island and the mainland has officially become part of the Great Trail.

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Island Coastal Economic Trust project profile

TRAILS - BOTH HIKING TRAILS ON land, and marine trails for paddlers – are significant and growing regional tourism assets. That's the preamble from the Island Coastal Economic Trust in its profile on the Salish Sea Marine Trail, a project of the BC Marine Trails Network Association.

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Global News report

B.C.’s coastline could soon be more accessible to everyone. The BC Marine Trail Network Association is working to establish the Salish Sea Marine Trail connecting Vancouver Island with the mainland. Global News reports.

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BCMTN News

  • November AGM & Paddling North Speakers

    We had a very successful AGM, Saturday, November 24 with approximately 40 people in attendance. As president our association received some very positive comments about both the AGM and the Paddling North speaker, Rebecca Grim (see their Youtube trailer) Read More
  • BC Marine Trails Film Shoot

      BC Marine Trails Directors, Members and Volunteers – Martin Ryer, Steve Best, Gene Gapsis, Les Hudson, Lyle Wilkinson, Allan Edwin and Elizabeth Pannell spent a week paddling nearly 100 km in a very remote section of NW Vancouver Island Read More
  • Vancouver Island Marine Debris Working Group

    The BC Marine Trails Organization has been a member of the Vancouver Island Marine Debris Working Group (VIMDWIG) since 2015. Read More
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