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Frequently Asked Questions

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Are you looking for information on a national park, national historic site or national marine conservation area (marine park)?

First, visit the Web site of the place you are looking for. If you do not find your answer there, send your information request directly to the place in question to receive the fastest service possible. The e-mail addresses of each of these heritage areas are located in the menu column on the left side of their main Web page (home page). The links to these various places are as follows:

Are you looking for a job with Parks Canada?

Have you taken a look at our description of the types of jobs Parks Canada offers?

Please note that, as a Government of Canada agency, Parks Canada communicates its employment opportunities in various ways: notices are posted on site and in local employment centres, and are published in newspapers. Government recruitment agencies such as the Public Service Commission of Canada and Human Resources Development Canada also post Parks Canada job offers. Only job applications citing a competition number will be considered.

Do you have questions about entrance fees to Parks Canada heritage areas? Are you looking for information on our national pass?

With the help of the following two tools, you will be able to decide which option would be best for you for your next visit to one of our heritage areas. This Web site contains a database providing information on fees for all the parks, historic sites and national marine conservation areas.

This Web site contains a database providing information on fees for all the parks, historic sites and national marine conservation areas.

Are you looking for a Parks Canada publication?

Have you taken a look at our on-line library?

You can also browse the catalogue of Canadian Heritage, Parks Canada and Transport Canada publications. Then, contact your library for an interlibrary loan.


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