Plans and policies
What is a management plan?
A management plan is a key instrument for ensuring that Parks Canada delivers on its commitments to the people of Canada. The process of management planning allows Aboriginal communities, stakeholders, partners, local residents and the public to have an effective voice in shaping the future of the site.
A management plan has been prepared for Fort Anne, Port-Royal, Fort Edward, Charles Fort, and Melanson Settlement National Historic Sites of Canada — known collectively as the national historic sites of Southwest Nova Scotia.
This plan was developed based upon extensive public consultation and provides strategic direction for these national historic sites for the next 10 to 15 years.
The plan has been tabled in Parliament and paper copies are available upon request.