Working Together: Our Stories
Best practices and lessons learned in Indigenous engagement
Including the voices of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in the planning and management of heritage areas is now a common practice within...
Message from Alan Latourelle
Chief Executive Officer, Parks Canada.
Message from Elder Stewart King
Wasauksing First Nation, Member of Parks Canada’s Aboriginal Consultative Committee.
Chapter 1: Connecting with Indigenous partners
Parks Canada has made a commitment to continue establishing formal relationships with Indigenous partners throughout the organization.
Chapter 2: Working together to protect our heritage
Information on conservation projects undertaken in collaboration with Indigenous partners.
Chapter 3: Presenting our special places together
Parks Canada is committed to working in partnership with Indigenous communities to convey the importance of Indigenous languages and their inherent place...
Working closely with these Indigenous partners help us make better decisions on how to protect, present and connect with our natural and cultural...
Parks Canada wishes to acknowledge and thank the many Indigenous partners and communities that it is fortunate to work with for their generous contribution and collaboration.
Indigenous Affairs Branch
Parks Canada Agency
- NO. CAT. R62-419/2011
- ISBN 978-1-100-53286-8
© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Chief Executive Officer of Parks Canada Agency, 2011
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