VIDEO: Governments sign memorandum of understanding on South Okanagan national park reserve

Federal, provincial and First Nations governments held a signing ceremony on Tuesday, July 2 on a memorandum of understanding on the proposed national park reserve in the South Okanagan-Similkameen. A final establishment agreement is still one or two years away, if ever. A few park opponents showed up to protest, but federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna couldn’t offer them much except to keep listening. (Richard McGuire Photo and Video)

About Richard McGuire

Richard McGuire is a photographer and photojournalist based in Osoyoos in the South Okanagan region of British Columbia, Canada.

One comment

  1. Done behind closed doors. Did not listen to the majority of the people that a national park is not needed or wanted. So much for democracy.

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