New B.C. licence plates feature provincial parks
Each plate depicts a scene from a popular B.C. park or recreational area.
British Columbians will soon be able to show their pride and support for provincial parks with a new licence plate.
The province unveiled three new licence plate designs on Wednesday. Each plate depicts a scene from a popular B.C. park or recreational area.
A view of Porteau Cove overlooking Howe Sound was chosen to represent B.C.’s South Coast.
The snow-capped peaks of the Purcell Mountains symbolize the province’s interior region.
The Kermode Bear, which can only be found in British Columbia, was chosen to illustrate the province’s vast, rugged northern region.
The new designs will be available starting Jan. 29.
“These specialty licence plates allow motorists to show their support while ensuring B.C. parks has additional funds to invest in new programs and improvements,” environment minister, Mary Polak, said.
The initial fee is $50 with an annual renewal fee of $40.
All profits will go back into provincial park funds.
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