For Sunshine Coast Regional District, it is full steam ahead for deleting Chapman Lake from Tetrahedron Provincial Park. Their timeline for it to occur is the fall of 2018, about 6 months from now. I asked Jennie Aikman, South Coast Regional Director of BC Parks, for a map of the park amendment. She said she didn't have anything to share publicly until uncertainty in her office regarding the project is resolved. Considering that the issue has been on the radar for BC Parks since at least 2016 that is surprising. Meanwhile, the window for public consultation narrows with the likelihood of any meaningful participation decreasing as the SCRD continues to force the issue by brinkmanship.
Backcountry Access BC took to the drafting table to come up with a map for conceptual purposes that shows the extent of the contemplated boundary adjustment. It would hollow out the park, sever access to McNair cabin and Panther Peak.