National Historic Sites in Alberta
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One of the key objectives of National Historic Sites program is to ensure that they collectively reflect Canada’s evolving history and heritage. Parks Canada is working with others to ensure a more representative system – one that truly reflects the rich and diverse history and heritage that defines Canada. If you are aware of a person, place, or event that you feel should be considered for national designation, you are invited to submit a nomination to the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. To obtain more information on the process, visit the Historic Sites and Monuments Board Website or contact the

Executive Secretary,
Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada

5th Floor, 25 Eddy Street,
Gatineau, Quebec, K1A 0M5
Tel: (819) 997-4059 Fax: (819) 934-1115
hsmbc-clmhc@pc.gc.ca

National Historic Sites of Canada Pass
(for Parks Canada sites only)

The National Historic Sites of Canada Pass gives unlimited admission to the 78 National Historic Sites across the country that are operated by Parks Canada. It does not apply to National Historic Sites owned and operated by other levels of government or other organizations.

National Historic Sites in Alberta