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The Rover-Landers of British Columbia Incorporated is a registered non-profit society for Land Rover owners and enthusiasts in and around British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest.

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The "Club" was unofficially cobbled together in November 1984 by keen Land Rover owners who wanted more than just to drive or own a Land Rover. They wanted a group of people with which they could share their common interest with. Although the club had a period of inactivity in the 1990's, it is still going strong today for those same original reasons – bringing people with Land Rover interest together sharing information on history, maintenance, restoration, use and preservation of all Land Rover products and land use issues.

The Rover-Landers of British Columbia was incorporated under the Societies Act of British Columbia on December 16th, 1998 and continues to have a quality newsletter published three times per year which includes technical articles, club information, event details and interesting Land Rover articles from around BC.

The Club executive together with dedicated members organize events for the whole year – either off road or on – something is offered every month of the year, including the annual favourite – Founder's Day. Monthly gatherings are held the 3rd Thursday of every month in the lower mainland, with various venues used for the summer months so we can be outside. Check our Calendar Page for where we are meeting this month.

The Rover-Landers of British Columbia practice and promote the responsible use of our natural resources.