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Posted Update Aug 10

Polaris tow truck.

  Bringing home another polaris after a steep down hill ride down a bank. 

No one was hurt

Send pictures to Allen at atvbc dot ca

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Raffle Winners

1st Prize Brian Gagnon, Terrace won Canam 800 XT Max

2nd Prize Ken Barnard, Terrace won Yamaha 2000 watt generator

3rd Prize Don Langlois, Port Alberni won Yamaha 3000 psi pressure washer

2015 AGM Directors

Elected by acclamation

Brian Deacon from Terrace

Moira Jaatteenmaki from Revelstoke

Ralph Matthews from Lone Butte

Wayne Mercer from Cranbrook

Greg Smith from Prince George

John Smith from Port Alberni

Robert (Bob) Stewart from Prince George

Tanya Welk from Langley


President = Moira Jaatteenmaki

1st VP = Ralph Matthews

2nd VP = Jay Couture

Treasurer = Allen Walker

Secretary = Bob Stewart

2015 ATVBC Poker Ride at Clearwater.

Big thanks to the  Clearwater ATV Club for helping ATVBC host this year’s poker ride.  They were many people who arrived early and enjoyed the trails and exploring the area.  Some of the events  this year were hosted rides, breakfast at the Elks lodge,  dinner at the legion , dinner  at local hotel,  Ice Cream ride + lots of non related activites.


1st prize of $3000 from ATVBC was won by Maureen Yeo from Prince George.


2nd prize of Utility trailer from Kitt Trailers was won Bruce Bleackley from Summerland.


3rd prize of year insurance from Oasis Insurance was won by Wes Pigeau from Vernon

Public recreation access to private timberlands for outdoor recreation

To ORC’s Member Organizations


We presently have an opportunity to submit a proposal to the Environmental Law Centre at the University of Victoria for a study of the problem experienced by many individual members of our member organizations when they wish to access private timberlands, most notably on Vancouver Island, for fishing, caving, hiking and cycling, among other activities.


We believe that forest companies may not necessarily be consistent in the way they prohibit access, as we understand that in some cases the landowners are prepared to rely on the general commercial liability insurance carried by clubs. We also question whether the recreation exclusions of the Occupier’s Liability Act are being sufficiently taken into account by the companies. Hence our interest in seeking this study.


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