What’s a management plan?
A management plan outlines the vision and strategic direction for a national historic site. It is more than a document – it is Parks Canada’s commitment to Canadians about how we will protect and manage the future of the national historic site.
Each national historic site managed by Parks Canada has a management plan.
Fort St. James Management Plan
In December 2013, a new management plan was approved by Parks Canada’s Chief Executive Officer. The plan will guide Parks Canada in implementing its mandate for the protection of our cultural heritage and the provision of real and inspiring opportunities to build personal connections with that heritage over the next 10 years.
Public and Aboriginal perspectives and interests played an important role in shaping the plan.
Download the 2013 Fort St. James management plan (PDF 2042 KB)
For more information on the management plan or to add your name to our mailing list for further updates, please contact:
Fort St. James National Historic Site
P.O. Box 1148
Fort St. James, BC
Canada VOJ 1P0
Phone: 250-996-7191 Ext. 21
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