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Chignecto Isthmus National Historic Sites

A family at Fort Beausejour, enjoying the scenery.
Fort Beauséjour—Fort Cumberland National Historic Site
© Parks Canada

Consultation — Planning for the future

The Chignecto Isthmus national historic sites, which include Fort Beauséjour—Fort Cumberland, Beaubassin, Fort Lawrence and Fort Gaspareaux National Historic Sites, have begun the process of reviewing their management plan.

The purpose of this consultation is to allow the municipalities, First Nations partners, community stakeholders, residents and Canadians to be involved in the decision-making regarding the management of these national historic sites.

The management plan is the official document that will guide management of the historic sites for the next ten years (2016-2026). It provides orientation for the protection of cultural and natural resources, visitor experience, and public education.

This document proposes elements to update the vision, as well as three key strategies, objectives, and targets specific to the sites. 

Join the Parks Canada team in the development of a common vision and in its continued work to protect and promote the discovery of these unique places.

How to participate

You can share your opinion in multiple ways:

  • By participating in person at an open house on Thursday March 3 , 2016 at Tweedie Hall at Mount Allison University (Sackville, NB) from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • By participating in a workshop organized for key stakeholders and partners (contact us for more details).
  • By emailing your comments to: fort.beausejour@pc.gc.ca
  • By mail:

    Att: External Relations department
    186, Route 117
    Kouchibouguac National Park, NB E4X 2P1

You have until March 4, 2016 to share your opinion, comments, or ideas, or to submit a presentation.

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