GATOR: Image Samples
The images below are provided free of charge to give you an idea of the kinds of images you can download as a GATOR user.
Although there is a $7.00 per image charge for images retrieved through GATOR, multiple image bundles (more than one image linked to a single search object) are charged as a single image and your account is debited the $7.00 only once.
For example, all of the images in each of the search results below (A, B, C & D) count as a 'single image' for billing purposes, despite the fact that A has two images and D has 18 images.
To view the .SID files below, you must have the LizardTech ExpressView Browser Plug-in (MrSID Viewer) installed for your browser.
Sample Search Criteria Image Results
|A||Crown Grant 607/32
Sections 95 and 96 Victoria District
|Crown Grant Document (GIF)
Crown Grant Sketch (SID)
|B||Official Plan 5TR2
Yale Division Yale District
|Official Plan Image (SID)|
|C||Wellsite Location 93-P-1-F-3-C
File Number - 9603581
Wellsite Name - Canhunter Kelly
|Wellsite Image (GIF)|
|D||Field Book 1111/1901 PH 002
District Lot 157
Yale Division of Yale District (YDYD)
|Field Book Cover (GIF)
Field Book Title Page (GIF)
Field Book Page 1 (GIF)
Field Book Page 2 (GIF)
Field Book Page 3 (GIF)
Field Book Page 4 (GIF)
Field Book Page 5 (GIF)
Field Book Page 6 (GIF)
Field Book Map 1 (SID)
Field Book Page 8 (GIF)
Field Book Page 9 (GIF)
Field Book Page 10 (GIF)
Field Book Page 11 (GIF)
Field Book Page 12 (GIF)
Field Book Page 13 (GIF)
Field Book Page 14 (GIF)
Field Book Page 15 (GIF)
Field Book map 2 (SID)
Note: These are only examples. The number of pages in each field book will vary, and Crown Grant documents may or may not include a sketch.
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In 2008, the BC Government committed to improving consultation and respectful engagement with First Nations. Benefits of this work—to government, First Nations, proponents, and the public—include enhancing meaningful government-to-government relations with First Nations, creating a positive investment climate by providing certainty and predictability, and reducing the heavy consultation workload for all parties.
The First Nations Initiatives Division (FNID), a division of the Integrated Land Management Bureau, is leading a shift in business to the “Virtual integration” of aboriginal relations. Virtual Integration is a government initiative to implement common, policies, procedures and tools across all the natural resource agencies. FNID works with all Natural Resource Agencies to deliver Virtual Integration through two main business lines:
- Coordinating interagency consultation with First Nations, comprising i) an aligned policy framework, ii) regional economic development priority setting, including shared business planning and resource sharing, and iii) coordinating multi-authorization project consultation.
- Negotiating strategic agreements with First Nations that will improve the Province’s investment climate, reduce the consultation volume for all parties, create enduring forums for government-to-government engagement and achieve the goals of the Transformative Change Accord.