For information about Alberta highway conditions visit 511 Alberta, call 1-855-391-9743 toll-free, or dial 511 (inside Alberta only). For British Columbia highway conditions visit Drive BC or call 1-800-550-4997 toll-free.

Yoho National Park is open during planned Highway 1 closures in 2022.

The Trans-Canada Highway east of Golden, B.C. will have intermittent closures and delays this summer due to scheduled highway improvements. Yoho remains open to visitors. Please visit the Kicking Horse Canyon Project and DriveBC for the most up-to-date highway information.


Parks Canada’s federal infrastructure investment program

Parks Canada’s federal infrastructure investment program

Since 2015, the Government of Canada has invested more than $3 billion to rehabilitate infrastructure assets in national historic sites, national parks, and national marine conservation areas across Canada. This historic investment is the largest federal infrastructure plan in the history of Parks Canada.

Through infrastructure investments, Parks Canada is protecting and conserving national treasures, while supporting local economies and contributing to growth in the tourism sector. Investments in heritage, visitor, waterway, and highway infrastructure ensure safe, high-quality and meaningful experiences for visitors, enabling Canadians to discover nature and connect with history.

Ecological integrity is Parks Canada’s first priority. Impact assessments are used to manage the impact of infrastructure projects, and when possible, increase ecological gains for park ecosystems.

Trans-Canada Highway

No work is currently anticipated on the Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho National Park. Projects and timelines are subject to change and updates will be provided if new information becomes available.

Village of Field, B.C.

Field Staff Housing Removal

Field staff housing removal

As early as April 2022 Parks Canada will be removing two employee houses in Field.  The first at 304 First Ave and the second at 304 Second Ave.

  • This project is at a preliminary phase and construction dates are not yet available.
  • No significant disruptions are expected in the village of Field.

Parks Canada administration building removal

As early as June 2022 Parks Canada will be removing the Parks Canada administration building from it’s location at 311 Stephen Ave., Field, BC.

  • This project is at a preliminary phase and construction dates are not yet available.
  •  No significant disruptions are expected in the village of Field.

For more information

Parcs Canada
Public Relations and Communications 
yohomedia@pc.gc.ca