1. Have your say
We’d like your feedback by June 25, 2018.

You can send your comments by email: opinion@pc.gc.ca
or mail: Integrated Land Use, Policy and Planning, Parks Canada P.O. Box 900, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1K2

2. What we heard/planning and design

Parks Canada will review and carefully analyse all public comments received and use this to inform any needed revisions to the project.

3. Implementation

If approved and funded, the project will begin in the fall and winter of 2018/2019.
As a key step in the ongoing, collaborative wildfire protection for Banff National Park, Parks Canada is planning a large, multi-year fuel reduction project on the west side of Sulphur Mountain. This will be accomplished by thinning the forest; pruning individual trees to remove lower branches that can act as a ladder for a fire, and removing downed woody debris. Reducing forest fuels will help to lower the intensity and complexity of managing any potential wildfire in the area.

From May 9 – June 25, 2018, Parks Canada invites you to review the plan and let us know if there are any impacts we may have missed or not fully considered. 

Executive summary (2.10 Mb)
Frequently asked questions (0.23 Mb)
Maps of Project (PDF: 7.81 Mb)

What do you think?

1. Are there any impacts of implementing the West Sulphur WRR project that Parks Canada has missed?
2. Are there any impacts that need to be more fully explored or considered when implementing the West Sulphur WRR project? 
3. Any additional comments or questions?