Static Maps of B.C.
Static geographical maps may be used for navigation, administration or decorative purposes. High-resolution maps of British Columbia are available for digital download and print.
Anyone is allowed to print off one copy of this map for personal use without permission from the Province of British Columbia.
These maps were created on a large page size. If you do not have access to a large format plotter or printer, any quality print shop with a large format plotter or printer will be able to print this for you.
License & Ownership
Copyright © Province of British Columbia. All rights reserved. This material is owned by the Government of British Columbia and protected by copyright law. It may not be reproduced or redistributed without the prior written permission of the Province of British Columbia.
B.C. Wall Map
The B.C. Wall Map is an international award-winning cartographic map of British Columbia that can be seen gracing the walls of many Minsters’ and Public Service offices. In addition to being used for decorative purposes, it is often used as a backdrop to provide context for B.C. Provincial datasets.
The B.C. Wall Map’s scale is 1:1,000,000. The map projection used is Albers Equal Area Conic, NAD 83.
2017 Wildfire Poster
The summer of 2017 will be remembered as one of the worst wildfire seasons in British Columbia's history. This poster summarizes the record-setting details of the fire season.
Land Cover Map
Land cover information is the result of vectorization of raster thematic data, originating from classified Landsat 5 and Landsat 7 ortho-images of Canada’s agricultural and forest areas.
The forest cover was produced by the Earth Observation for Sustainable Development project, an initiative of the Canadian Forest Service with the collaboration of the Canadian Space Agency, and in partnership with provincial and territorial governments. The agricultural coverage is produced by the National Land & Water Information Service of Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada.
LCC2000-V is distributed as 1:250,000 scale National Topographic System tiles.
Carbon Stores Map
The purpose of this map was to determine how much Crown forested land there was, how much of it was protected, and how much was pseudo-protected or had a management regime which limited timber harvesting or protected specific values or features. This large, wall-size map is excellent for viewing and printing.