Fish, wildlife and park permits move to the front counter

  • Mar. 24, 2014 12:00 p.m.

FrontCounter BC will begin processing fish, wildlife and park use permit applications through their 29 regional locations effective April 1, Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson announced recently. Since 2004, the Ministry’s Permit and Authorization Service Bureau was the central bureau to process fish, wildlife and park use permits. As FrontCounter BC staff already assist clients and process a number of natural resource applications, the addition of fish, wildlife and parks use permits fits well within the scope of FrontCounter BC services and further enhances service available to clients through the 29 offices throughout the province and online through: www.FrontCounterBC.gov.bc.caThe Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations is committed to integrating natural Provincial hunting and fishing licences continue to be available through retailers. Fishing licences are also available online at:http://www.gofishbc.com/how-to-fish/fishing-licence-bc.aspx FrontCounter BC has one office on Haida Gwaii, in Queen Charlotte.

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