For the first time, Canada’s seven mountain national parks—Banff,
Jasper, Kootenay, Yoho, Glacier, Mount Revelstoke and Waterton Lakes are working
together to review and shape their future as they update their park management
What’s a management plan?
Management plans are forward-looking documents that provide a vision of
the parks at their future best and the strategies for getting there.
And we need your help. That’s because management plans are more than
a document on national parks. They are a part of every Canadian’s legacy
and Parks Canada’s commitment to protect, manage and plan for the future
of Canada’s special heritage areas.
Why get involved?
Parks Canada is accountable to you. Your values and views are at the core
of every management plan. And that’s why we need to hear from you. Your
input will help provide the direction needed to deliver on Parks Canada’s
mandate of protection, education and the visitor experience.
For More Information
Visit our management plan review website (see below) or review and comment
on any one of the attached information sheets. To comment, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our management plan review Website. Review and comment on information
about proposed plan updates, join an on-line discussion forum or find out about
upcoming presentations and workshops near you. To access the Website, e-mail
You will receive a password and further instructions to log on.
By the fall, draft management plans will be released for public review. Updated
plans will be submitted for approval and tabling in Parliament in spring of