Licence Plate Program

Conservation: Mountain Goats

Over $3.3M invested

Student Rangers
Student Rangers

Over $2.3M invested

Engagement, Education
& Inclusion

Over $1.2M invested

Indigenous Reconciliation
Indigenous Reconciliation

Over $900K invested

Fire-Based Ecosystem and Land Management
Fire-Based Ecosystem and Land Management

Over $650K invested

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Licence Plate Program

The BC Parks Licence Plate program is a partnership between the Province and ICBC whereby motorists in British Columbia can choose one of three specialty plate designs depicting scenes from B.C.’s parks and protected areas. The designs include the Kermode bear, an elusive white version of black bear found on B.C.’s coast, the snow-capped Purcell Mountains symbolizing the province‚Äôs interior region, and Porteau Cove overlooking Howe Sound.

Available at Autoplan broker offices throughout B.C., the specialty licence plates cost $50 for the initial purchase and $40 for each annual renewal. All net proceeds from the sale and ongoing renewals of the specialty plates are being re-invested back into provincial parks through the Park Enhancement Fund to support a number of diverse programs and projects related to conservation, community engagement, and Indigenous relations.

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Five-Year Report

Our five-year report, published January 2022, celebrates our work we’ve completed to date for our fifth anniversary of the BC Parks Licence Plate Program.

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Licence Plate Program Five Year Report

Projects by Region

From 2017 to 2021, BC Parks completed 326 projects in different regions across the province. Below is a map displaying regional allocation.

BC Parks Licence Plate Projects by Region