Image Library


Welcome to the Thompson-Nicola Regional District Image Library

All images in our online Thompson-Nicola Regional District Image Library are available to TNRD stakeholders at no cost. This includes, but not limited to, TNRD municipalities and electoral area representatives and their community organizations, TNRD-based government agencies, TNRD-based non-profit organizations, TNRD-based tourism organizations and TNRD First Nations.

Our intention is to provide images for publications, advertising, and in-house reports or presentations, or as needed. Contractors and companies working for the TNRD may use library images but must acquire permission from the film commission prior to usage. Independent TNRD-based businesses may purchase a one-time, non-exclusive right to use an image from the library at the rate of $200 per picture. Please contact the film commission for further information.

Third parties and private sector may purchase images and should contact the film commission.

TNRD images include landscapes, communities, attractions and events. Our images do not represent any particular point of view. In other words, they are not exclusively orientated towards promoting tourism or economic development or filming or business activities. They are general images that hopefully may be useful.

Images will be added on a continual basis.

Accessing the TNRD Image Library

Please contact the Thompson-Nicola Film Commission. You will be assigned a password that will enable access and downloading capabilities. All images are print quality and vary in size.

Photo Credits

We ask, whenever possible, that the following credit be applied:

Courtesy of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District

We hired many photographers who live and work in the TNRD. If you would like to know the name of the photographer for a particular photo, we would be more than happy to supply you with that information.

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This project was made possible due to funding from the Union for BC Municipalities (UBCM) and the Thompson-Nicola Regional District.