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The Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia (LTSA) is pleased to announce the completion of the initial build of the ParcelMap BC fabric compilation. The local government areas of Vancouver, Burnaby, New Westminster and UBC Endowment Lands were published on June 29, 2017, marking the final delivery of 18 increments over 14 cycles to fully represent over two million active titled and surveyed provincial Crown land parcels in ParcelMap BC.

Over the past 3 years, the LTSA has worked hard to consolidate disparate sources of existing parcel information and compile missing elements to develop a single, complete, trusted and sustainable visual representation of lands. Now, the ParcelMap BC infrastructure is available as the foundation from which further layers and connected pieces of land information can be built. The LTSA was recently recognized by Esri Canada with its Award of Excellence in GIS Innovation for the development of ParcelMap BC.

The LTSA would like to acknowledge the contributions from key stakeholders—including the Province, Integrated Cadastral Information Society (ICI Society), the Association of BC Land Surveyors (ABCLS), and BC Assessment (BCA)—to achieve this important milestone. 

ParcelMap BC is currently available through multiple service channels, including as a dataset in the Province of BC’s Data Catalogue and through the myLTSA portal. Additionally, the LTSA is actively working with ICI Society to facilitate ParcelMap BC adoption by its local government members.