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Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee

The 16-member Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee - composed of government and non-government members who volunteered their time and specialized expertise - developed a report to government on the long-term protection and management of environmentally sensitive lands in the Bonshaw Hills.

A subcommittee is now working to turn the committee's recommendations including the creation of a wilderness-like park linking Bonshaw and Strathgartney provincial parks, into reality.

Bonshaw Hills Expanded Park - Final Management Plan

February 2016 Update Bonshaw Hills

Map of Bonshaw Trails

Bonshaw Hills Expanded Park - Public Feedback and Responses

Trail construction underway - some sights from the trail

Bonshaw Hills preliminary trail development map

Bridges increase access to new lands in the Bonshaw hills

Old Crosby Road environmental controls

Citizen report will guide future use of Bonshaw Hills public lands - November 29, 2013

View public feedback

Previous Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee Updates

Bonshaw Hills Public Lands Committee Guiding Principles



The map above shows five parcels of land identified for protection adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway realignment in Churchill (dotted red line).
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