Admission pass for former residents
The Admission Pass for Former Residents is a special program to provide property owners, displaced during the establishment of Fundy National Park, and their descendants with a means of returning to places tied to their personal histories.
The Admission Pass for Former Residents is available to land owners from 1948, their children and grandchildren. Parks Canada recognizes that many families were greatly affected by expropriation when national parks and national historic sites were established in the past. Parks Canada ceased the practice of expropriation in the 1970’s, but past events remain an important part of the history of local communities and Parks Canada. The Admission Pass for Former Residents is one of the ways that Parks Canada wishes to commemorate families affected by expropriation.
Download and fill the following application to apply for the Admission Pass for Former Residents:
2020-fundy-pass-application-EN.pdf (PDF - 69 KB)