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Like a Local

Going out fishing


To North Shore, Like a Local means to Play, Like a Local. This means to commit to staying safe while we have our fun, and always be aware of how our actions affect others. Learn about all the fun you can have in our amazing backyard (and how to stay safe while doing so!) using these resources:

Hiking blue backpack

Hiking Essentials

You’ll need to bring the essentials for a safe and comfortable nature outing.

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Campfire on the beach

Campfires and Fire Safety

Make sure to campfire responsibly and adhere to up-to-date campfire bans in the area.

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Avalanche Safety

Avalanche conditions are an important resource to consult before heading off into the backcountry.

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Search and rescue

Search and Rescue

Consider not only your own safety, but the safety of those who would be risking their lives to save yours.

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Long boat canoeing

Water Safety

There are several precautions you need to take before going out on the water.

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Bicycles sea wall

Bicycle Safety

Learn about helmets, bike lanes and rules of the road before pedaling out.

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I Pledge to

I will commit to keeping myself and others safe by preparing adequately before going on any nature outings and knowing the safety protocols of the activities I take part in.
I pledge to respect all cultures that reside here and to acknowledge that we are on the unceded traditional territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
I pledge to respect the land, water and wildlife here and leave the natural environment just as I found it.