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Contraventions Regulations amendment - Schedule XI Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park Act

Environment | Regulations
Dec 3, 2018 - Jan 18, 2019
The purpose of this consultation is to invite Canadians to provide comments on the amendments to the Contraventions Regulations, Schedule XI, in order to reflect the revisions to the Marine Activities in the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park Regulations made in 2017. The Marine Activities in the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park Regulations provide a framework for park management and activities carried out in the marine park. Enforcement of certain provisions of the Marine Activities in the Saguenay-St. Lawrence Marine Park Regulations is already done through the ticketing scheme under the Contraventions Regulations, which provides a short-form description of the offences that are designated as contraventions and the amount of the fine for each contravention. Parks Canada Agency is seeking input and feedback on the fine amount for several new and existing offences that would be described as contraventions under Schedule XI of the Contraventions Regulations.

Cave and Basin National Historic Site Management Plan Review

Environment | Heritage
Nov 26, 2018 - Mar 1, 2019
Whether you regularly visit national historic sites or simply have an interest in history, we want to hear from you. Parks Canada is updating the management plan for the Cave and Basin and getting your input is vital to ensuring that the direction for the site reflects the perspectives and values of Canadians. The plan will provide the focus and framework for site management and program, outlining how we will care for the Cave and Basin National Historic Site over the next decade.

Comment period on the draft Action Plan for the protection of world heritage values of Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site

Environment | Indigenous Peoples | Natural resources
Nov 19, 2018 - Dec 10, 2018
Wood Buffalo National Park (WBNP) is a World Heritage Site, recognized for its value to conservation on a global scale. Concerns have been raised that development outside the park, in addition to climate change, may be putting the park's world heritage values at risk. Those values include species-at-risk and unique landscapes, including the Peace-Athabasca Delta. In response to requests from the World Heritage Committee in 2015 and 2017, Parks Canada has been working with a Federal-Provincial-Territorial Coordinating Committee and with Indigenous partners to develop an Action Plan for Wood Buffalo National Park World Heritage Site. The Action Plan provides concrete responses to the issues identified in earlier assessments and consultations. Development of the draft Action Plan has included on-going collaboration through multi-governmental working groups, engagement with Indigenous groups, and has been informed by existing provincial and territorial government processes where relevant. Parks Canada is now inviting the public to comment on the draft version of the Action Plan. The final Action Plan will be submitted to the World Heritage Committee on February 1, 2019.

Let's Talk Sable Island

Environment | Indigenous Peoples | Recreation | Regulations
Oct 26, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018
Consultation on key management issues and opportunities for development of Sable Island National Park Reserve's first management plan.

Gros Morne National Park Management Plan

Animals | Culture | Environment | Indigenous Peoples | Natural resources | Plants | Public safety | Recreation
Oct 15, 2018 - Dec 14, 2018
In Gros Morne National Park, we are currently preparing a new management plan that will guide our vision for the park into the future. At this point in the renewal process we are seeking your input to help us develop a strong and effective plan that provides direction for the management of Gros Morne National Park for the next ten years.

Banff Park Museum National Historic Site Management Plan Review

Culture | Indigenous Peoples
Aug 20, 2018 - Oct 26, 2018
Whether you regularly visit national historic sites or simply have an interest in history, we want to hear from you. Parks Canada is updating the management plan for the Banff Park Museum National Historic Site and getting your input is vital to ensuring that the direction for the site reflects the perspectives and values of Canadians. The plan will provide the focus and framework for site management and program, outlining how we will care for the Banff Park Museum National Historic Site over the next decade.

Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site Management Plan Review

Culture
Aug 20, 2018 - Oct 26, 2018
Whether you regularly visit national historic sites or simply have an interest in history, we want to hear from you. Parks Canada is updating the management plan for the Rocky Mountain House National Historic Site and your input is vital to ensuring that the direction for this site reflects the perspectives and values of Canadians. The plan will provide the focus and framework for site management and programs, outlining how we will care for the site over the next decade.

Terra Nova National Park Management Plan

Environment
Aug 17, 2018 - Oct 31, 2018
In Terra Nova National Park, we are currently preparing a new management plan that will guide our vision for the park into the future. At this point in the renewal process we are seeking your input to help us develop a strong and effective plan that provides direction for the management of Terra Nova National Park for the next ten years.

National Planning Permit Process

Development | Natural resources | Regulations
Jul 11, 2018 - Oct 31, 2018
Parks Canada is undertaking a review of its regulations and policies related to planning permits, some dating back to the 1960s. In Let's Talk Parks, Canada! Minister McKenna committed to undertake a review of development and land use management decision-making tools to ensure a consistent and transparent process for development decisions at Parks Canada places. The current construction and renovation permitting process is divided among several statutes, regulations, and field unit specific policies. Parks Canada processes for permitting for construction and renovation need to be modernized to reflect current national codes (e.g., National Building, Plumbing and Fire Codes) and to be consistent with municipal and provincial/territorial approaches. This process will result in new regulations, tentatively titled Land Use Management Regulations, as well as updated policies and operating procedures to assist with compliance.

Sir Wilfrid Laurier national historic site - 2018 public consultation

Heritage
Jul 5, 2018 - Aug 5, 2018
The purpose of this consultation is to give the partners, community stakeholders and general public an opportunity to get involved in the decision-making process related to managing this national historic site. The management statement is the official document that will guide management of the historic site for the next ten years (2018-2028). It provides orientation for protecting cultural and natural resources, visitor experiences and public education.

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