Plans and policies
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Active ban on importing firewood, to stop the spread of Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA).
The Management Plan sets clear strategic direction for the management and operation of Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site by articulating a vision, key strategies, and objectives.
Parks Canada will report annually on progress toward achieving the plan objectives and will review the plan every ten years or sooner if required.
Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada Management Plan, 2022
What is a management plan?
A management plan is a strategic guide required by legislation and approved by the Minister. It is the primary accountability document for national parks and historic sites administered by Parks Canada and looks forward 10 to 15 years.
A management plan
- is strategic in nature, based on a long-term vision,
- ensures transparency,
- guides management decisions and actions at a Parks Canada place,
- serves as a key public accountability document for that place, and
- is developed through extensive consultation and input from various people and organizations, including Indigenous Peoples, community members, visitors and the public.
Parks Canada sought public input to create the new Management Plan for Kejimkujik.
Let’s Talk Kejimkujik! was the platform used for a nation-wide consultation process, inviting partners, stakeholders, and the public to provide input on the draft management plan for Kejimkujik.
There was also a formal consultation process with the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia at the same time.
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