National Parks, Park Reserves, and Marine Conservation Areas

Province National Park / Reserve 2016-17 2017-18 % ▲
Footnote A
Newfoundland & Labrador Gros Morne 244,292 238,540 −2%
Terra Nova 39,732 46,668 17%
Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island 530,247 Footnote B 695,025Footnote B 31%
Nova Scotia Cape Breton Highlands 302,827 333,746 10%
Kejimkujik 36,090Footnote B 60,649 68%
New Brunswick Fundy 327,500 368,965 13%
Kouchibouguac 169,262 188,185Footnote B 11%
Quebec Forillon 155,027 173,880 12%
La Mauricie 217,252 338,530 56%
Mingan Archipelago 34,307 39,039 14%
Saguenay-St. Lawrence 1,143,276 1,185,322 4%
Ontario Bruce Peninsula 412,623 428,988 4%
Fathom Five 342,605 419,211 22%
Georgian Bay Islands 42,511 44,010 4%
Point Pelee 333,285 522,199 57%
Pukaskwa 9,593 14,114 47%
Thousand Islands 90,961 88,520 −3%
Manitoba Riding Mountain 355,523 423,146 19%
Wapusk 106 162 53%
Saskatchewan Grasslands 13,452 18,296 36%
Prince Albert 249,310 299,168 20%
Alberta Banff 4,059,503 4,181,854 3%
Elk Island 360,678 528,647 47%
Jasper 2,345,130 2,425,878 3%
Waterton Lakes 536,865 568,807 6%
British Columbia Gwaii Haanas & Haida Heritage Site 2,819 3,316 18%
Kootenay 521,286 531,009 2%
Mount Revelstoke & Glacier 795,749 787,968 −1%
Pacific Rim 1,056,801 1,131,418 7%
Yoho 688,157 712,046 3%
Yukon Ivvavik 137 119 −13%
Kluane 27,606 29,743 8%
Northwest Territories Aulavik 8 24 200%
Nahanni 1082 1,302 20%
Tuktut Nogait 2 4 100%
Wood Buffalo 3,340 4,162 25%
Nunavut Auyuittuq 200 709 255%
Quttinirpaaq 21 33 57%
Sirmilik 84 494 488%
National Parks, Park Reserves, & Marine Conservation
Areas TOTAL

15,449,249

16,833,896

9%