Thank you to our partners, local governments, tourism associations and community stakeholders for making BC more accessible for everyone! Learn more about our supporters below.

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Our Partners

We are proud to partner with a diverse range of supporters to carry out the important work of Access BC. By working together, we are helping to make BC more accessible and inclusive for everyone.

As part of this work, SCI BC has established memorandum of understandings (MOUs) with BC’s regional tourism associations, local governments and community associations.

Working with these stakeholders provides a coordinated approach to the development of accessible travel and tourism services in the associations’ regions of BC.

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Our Project Partners

The following supporters have been instrumental in advancing the progress of Access BC. We look forward to continuing to work together!

AccessNow
BC Parks
Centre for Technology Adoption for Aging (CTAAN)
City of Nanaimo
City of Prince George
Destination BC
Go2hr
Parks Canada

Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Municipality of Burns Lake
Northern Rockies Regional Municipality
Rec Sites and Trails BC
Travel Penticton
Tse’k’wa Historic Society
Tumbler Ridge UnescoGeo Park
Village of Valemount
Wilfred Laurier University

Get in Touch

Have questions? Want to work with us? We would love to hear from you!

Contact Nancy Harris at nharris@sci-bc.ca to learn more.

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