Forest Recreation Regulation, BC Reg 16/2004

The Forest Recreation Regulation establish rules regarding the use of designated recreation sites. In regard to animals, the Regulation prohibits harassing, injuring or killing wildlife or any other kind of animal. In addition, the Regulation authorize the restraint of companion animals if they cause an unnecessary disturbance or pose a threat to property or another animal.

The enabling statute for this Regulation is the Forest and Range Practices Act, SBC 2002, c 69.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

Topics: campsitefacility constructionpartypetrecreation officertrailwildlife

Report a Broken Link