Let’s talk parks, Canada!
Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site
Every two years, the Minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency holds a roundtable with Canadians interested in Parks Canada to discuss the work of the Agency, and look to the future of national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas.
The Minister’s Round Table on Parks Canada offers an opportunity for Canadians to share their views on issues of importance to the conservation and enjoyment of national heritage places in Canada.
For 2023, the Minister’s Round Table on Parks Canada will focus on five discussion themes.
- Strengthening Accessibility: Ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to meaningfully experience national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas.
- Indigenous Stewardship of Protected Heritage Places: Advancing Indigenous leadership in natural and cultural heritage conservation.
- Ecological Corridors: Connecting protected and conserved places in ways that weave Indigenous knowledge into these efforts and all other aspects of its work.
- Parks Canada and Tourism: Parks Canada’s role in Canada’s dynamic tourism sector.
- Greening Parks Canada: Achieving net zero emissions in Parks Canada operations.
Register to participate in the online engagement, which is open until February 13. Once registered, browse the discussion themes and add your ideas.
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