Partners and collaborators
Parks Canada protects, restores and shares a vast network of cultural and natural heritage places. Working with a range of partners and collaborators Parks Canada can offer Canadians new and interesting ways to discover and connect with history and nature, while helping sustain the economic value of these places for local and regional communities.
Collaborating with Parks Canada is about sharing objectives and resources to achieve mutual goals that are of interest and importance to Canadians.
Current partners and collaborators
Collaborating to offer unique opportunities for Canadians.
Parks Canada destinations proudly working with partners in their communities.
Working together with more than 300 First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities across Canada.
Protecting and presenting Canada’s natural and cultural heritage
Welcoming urban residents, youth, and new Canadians
Enhancing experiences and expanding visitor opportunities
Allowing everyone to access our destinations and participate in our activities
Diversity and inclusion
Removing barriers, fostering participation, and embracing diversity
To submit proposals for collaboration
Contact us at email@example.com.
Please include the following information:
- organisation and contact information
- a short description of the opportunity
- how your opportunity relates to Parks Canada’s mandate and priorities
- proposed contribution from your organisation (financial and/or in-kind)
- requested contribution from Parks Canada (financial and/or in-kind)
- anticipated timelines
Due to the volume of requests, it may take several business days to respond; we will be in contact as soon as we can.
As a federal government agency, Parks Canada is unable to endorse, promote or provide an unfair competitive advantage to an External Party’s products or services.
Other ways to work with Parks Canada
Contact our Travel Media team.
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