Website - new and improved

Pukaskwa National Park

by Garth Hardy

If you’ve visited any of Parks Canada’s websites in the past month, you’ve likely noticed a new look. On April 3, 2017, Parks Canada launched an agency-wide website renewal, providing an updated layout, refreshed content, and most importantly, an online experience that is fully accessible on mobile device platforms. You can now enjoy Parks Canada content, search programming information, and surf our sites from your smartphone, tablet, or handheld device!

All Parks Canada sites in northern Ontario feature the agency’s new responsive design and modern layout. The refreshed sites not only have an updated look, they also feature a more intuitive navigation system. These enhancements to user experience enable Parks Canada to provide Canadians with engaging content on Canada’s national treasures.

Take some time to visit the updated websites for Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site, Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site, Pukaskwa National Park, and Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. Be sure to update your bookmarks and links to Parks Canada content. Discover your favourite Parks Canada place all over again from your desktop, laptop, or mobile device!

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