The bill does not permit drililng in parks. Here is the text of the bill, which you didn't provide because you haven't read it and don't care so much about the truth as feeling good about yourself by supporting a cause you don't understand via social media. Thankfully, this sort of activity has zero effect, and given the sort of people who participate in it this is a good thing.
The amendment allows a permit to be issued for the purposes of research, including research relating to pipelines. A permit can only be issued if it meets the following criteria:
(a) to do so is consistent with the purpose of the protected area,
(b) the research relates to the improvement of public health or safety,
(c) the research relates to an environmental assessment or a feasibility study, or
(d) the research will inform a decision of the Lieutenant Governor in Council or the Legislature in relation to the boundaries of the protected area.
against drilling in your own province, but also against high gas/energy prices I assume?
theres gotta be some compromise
Oil prices are set globally, whether or not a parks amendment bill that only relates tangentially to the O&G industry passes in BC has almost no effect on the price you pay to fill your tank.