Public consultations are now open for the future use and development of Kootenay, Yoho, Banff, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier, and Jasper National Parks.
“We are committed to listening to Canadians, and working with them to protect our natural heritage across the country," says Canada's Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. "Canada’s mountain national parks are national treasures. Internationally renowned for their breathtaking landscapes, amazing visitor experiences, and incredible biodiversity, these places are ours to preserve and discover. I encourage all Canadians to get involved and help shape the future of these special places,”
Each consultation is listed separately on Parks Canada's website. Officials are seeking input on the following items:
"Your input will ensure the future park management plan reflects the perspectives of Canadians," the agency writes on their website.
Parks Canada is accepting feedback until April 30, 2019. The completed management plans are expected in 2020.
You can access the site through this link.
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