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Explore B.C.

B.C. is filled with endless possibilities for fun-filled activities year-round. Use these resources to help plan your next adventure.

  • HelloBC - discover B.C.'s routes, cities and regions, learn about B.C.'s culture and activities, and plan your next B.C. adventure
  • B.C. Road Map and Parks Guide - order your free printed copy of the guide
  • B.C. Travel Guides - order online and printed copies of travel guides according to the types of activities you enjoy and the regions you intend to visit
  • Discover Camping Reservation Service - camping season has arrived! Book a provincial campsite online

Useful Contacts

Helpline for Children: 310-1234; TTY: 1-866-660-0505

Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868

Representative for Children and Youth: 1-800-476-3933


Access valuable resources and services designed to help you lead a better, happier and more fulfilled life. Find information tailored specifically to the needs of individuals and families alike.

    Government ID

    Proving your identity is required for many day-to-day activities like completing an application, cashing a cheque or renting a hotel room. B.C. residents should have government-issued ID and know how to keep their personal identity safe.

    Aboriginal People

    B.C. is home to a diversity of Aboriginal people. The Canadian Charter recognizes the Aboriginal people of Canada as First Nations (North American Indians), Métis and Inuit.

    Children & Families

    A detailed directory of information resources and support services for the various stages of family life. Topics include starting a family, caring for children and teens, and managing family transitions.

    New Residents

    Information and services to help newcomers confidently settle in British Columbia. 

      Disability Services

      Government offers a vast array of programs and services for people with disabilities with total funding at more than $5 billion a year. Find the information you need, quickly and easily, about services available for people living with disabilities in B.C.


      Information and services to help women live safe, healthy and productive lives in British Columbia.