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A panorama view of Fort Chambly from the basin

Fort Chambly National Historic Site

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Sick trees or at end of life

As guardian of our Canadian cultural and natural heritage, Parks Canada works to protect our national treasures while maintaining the quality of the facilities and ensuring the safety of visitors at our sites.

Following a recent inspection of the condition of the vegetation around the Fort-Chambly National Historic Site, Parks Canada must proceed to the pruning and felling of some trees that are sick or at the end of their life cycle. These operations will be undertaken by a specialized firm and supervised by Parks Canada. A reforestation plan will be implemented at a later date.