Land owned by the Province of British Columbia. Ninety-two percent of BC is Crown land and it is managed through a number of departments responsible for mapping, surveying, buying, and selling public lands. (Source: http://srmwww.gov.bc.ca/clb)
All land in a province or territory owned and administered by the provincial or federal government. Such lands have not been alienated. Originally, all crown land in the prairie provinces, as well as the Railway Belt and the Peace River Block in British Columbia, were administered by the federal government. However, under the transfer of resources agreements of 1930, most of this land was transferred to the care of the provincial governments, except for large blocks which were set aside for Indian reserves, national parks, etc.
means land vested in Her Majesty and administered by a Minister for the time being charged with the administration of the Department of State that has control of the land; and includes all land for the time being forming part of any National Park, any reserve within the meaning of the Reserves Act 1977, and all unoccupied lands of the Crown.
Land which is, or is deemed to be, unalienated land of the Crown. It includes: a) land of the Crown reserved permanently or temporarily or set aside by or under an Act; b) land of the Crown occupied by a person under a lease, licence or other right; c) land of the Crown managed by a public authority other than the Department or the Secretary; and d) land of the Crown which is, or is part of, a national park or a park within a meaning of the National Parks Act 1975. Forest Management
1. Broadly, land that is the property of the Commonwealth, a State or Territory 2. Any land the property of a State, a Territory or the Commonwealth, whether reserved or dedicated fro any public use or not. It does not include any estate or interest granted by the government to any person.