Tourism Industry Prespectives on the Cariboo-Chilcotin CORE Process: Shared Decision Making?

Introduction The province of British Columbia (BC) has long enjoyed a reputation of being “Supernatural” in the eyes of outdoor enthusiasts and tourists from around the world. Given the beauty and natural diversity of the province, it is no wonder that tourism and outdoor recreation have emerged as two of its fastest growing industries (BC Tourism, 1995). However, in recent years public lands and natural resources in western North America in general (Runyan, 1997) and British Columbia in particular have come under ever increasing pressure from competing forms of large-scale development (Sewell, 1989). Such bitter and often protracted disputes have created an unstable and uncertain environment for many communities and businesses that are dependent on the pristine quality of the natural resource base for their tourism attractions (Council of Tourism Associations, 1993).

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