COVID-19 and your visit to the Chambly Canal National Historic Site
Openings and services differ across the country. Please check the Parks Canada national information portal dedicated to COVID-19 for regular updates.
Important information about your visit to the Chambly Canal National Historic Site
The 2020 boating season is over.
The Chambly Canal National Historic Site remains accessible to visitors. We ask the public to follow the advice of public health experts and to practice physical distancing and hygiene measures, limit public gatherings, as well as respect travel restrictions and closures.
What’s open (updated January 25, 2021)
- Pedestrian and bicycle access (Chambly Canal path);
- Day-use areas, including green spaces and picnic areas;
- Parking lots.
What’s closed (updated January 25, 2021)
- Public toilets;
- Drinking fountain.
Your safety when visiting
On the banks, there are many users sharing the Chambly Canal path – cyclists, pedestrians and in-line skaters are among them. Parks Canada asks all visitors to follow the advice of public health experts on physical distancing. They must be careful in their choices to avoid injury and minimize any need for emergency response. In addition, we invite them to be courteous and obey the signage to make coexistence between all safer and more harmonious.
During your visit, the Public Health Agency of Canada recommends wearing non-medical masks.
For more information
Parks Canada’s infrastructure program is considered part of the Agency’s critical services to the public. Please consult the Info-Work page for more information on the work in progress at the Chambly Canal. We will continue to communicate if there are any changes in project status or schedule that impact the public.
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