All three regions (Cavendish-North Rustico, Brackley-Dalvay, and Greenwich) of Prince Edward Island National Park experienced significant impacts from Hurricane Fiona. This page will provide details on the current status of the Park as well as Parks Canada’s recovery efforts

Parks Canada administered sites on PEI

What is open (as of Wednesday, November 16, 2022)

  • Grahams Lane, PEI National Park
  • Oceanview, PEI National Park
  • Cavendish Grove, PEI National Park
  • Greenwich, PEI National Park
  • Skmaqn – Port-la—Joye – Fort Amherst National Historic Site
  • Green Gables Heritage Place grounds and trails are fully open. Green Gables house and visitor centre are open November 1 to 30 by special appointment (fees apply).
  • Ardgowan National Historic Site
  • Gulf Shore Parkway East and Multi-use Trail from Covehead to Ross Lane (enter via Bayshore Road)
  • Beach access is permitted at two locations:
  • - Covehead Lighthouse beach: enter via Bayshore Road; visitors can park in designated parking spaces along Gulf Shore Parkway East in front of the lighthouse

    -North Rustico beach: enter via Beach Lane; visitors can use lower (west) parking lot

Barricades remain in place at the following locations

  • From Brackley to Covehead, PEI National Park (including Robinsons Island)
  • From Ross Lane to Dalvay, PEI National Park
  • All beach accesses - except Covehead Lighthouse Beach and North Rustico Beach
  • Look-offs and parking lots along the Gulf Shore Parkway West until safety and infrastructure assessments are completed
  • The public should not enter barricaded areas.

Updates
Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - November 16, 2022

More Parks Canada administered sites now accessible to the public

While closures in PEI National Park remain in place as recovery operations continue, some new sites have re-opened to the public.

• The closure at Greenwich is lifted. Visitors are able to park and access the trail network, including the floating boardwalk on the Greenwich Dunes Trail. Note: snow is not cleared to the trailhead parking area. All beach access remain closed in Greenwich. Visitors will not be able to access the coast at the end of the floating boardwalk due to broken and missing infrastructure. The beach stairs from the beach complex boardwalk are also damaged and barricaded. Wild Rose Road remains closed (yellow gates) and is typically closed seasonally. Barricades and signage are in place at impacted sites.

• The closure at Grahams Lane in Cavendish is lifted. Visitors are able to access Cavendish Grove and the Cavendish Dunelands Trail. Cavendish Campground, Cavendish Main Beach and portions of the Homestead Trail remain barricaded at this time due to ongoing work and required repairs to infrastructure.

• The closure at Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye—Fort Amherst National Historic Site is also lifted.

Parks Canada reminds the public that while some sections of PEI National Park are open for Islanders and other visitors to enjoy, the 2022 operational season has concluded so facilities (e.g., beach complexes, visitor centres, day use areas) are now closed as usual for this time of year. There will be limited emergency service provided by Parks Canada. By entering the park, you agree to use the park at your own risk.

Unmarked hazards and unsafe conditions are present throughout the park including; dangerous trees, undercut and eroded shoreline, unstable or missing beach access infrastructure, washed out roads and pathways, and exposed utilities. Please abide by all closures, signage and barricades; they are there for your safety.

All other beach accesses remain barricaded due to safety concerns. Visitors must not attempt to access the coast from other locations. Visitors should not seek to gain access to the beach by walking around broken infrastructure and crossing over the dunes. A full dune closure remains in effect for PEI National Park. Visitors must not walk over dunes for any reason.

On October 17, Parks Canada communicated that MacKenzies Brook Arch was hazardous due to damage by Hurricane Fiona. The arch collapsed this past weekend after heavy winds and rain from tropical depression Nicole.

We continue to be in the long-term repair and clean-up phase. Regular progress updates, up-to-date information on closures, and previous updates can be found here: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/pe/pei-ipe/visit/Fiona .

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - November 2, 2022

Limited access at some Parks Canada administered places

Most closures in PEI National Park remain in place as recovery operations continue.

Unmarked hazards and unsafe conditions are present throughout the park including; dangerous trees, undercut and eroded shoreline, unstable or missing beach access infrastructure, washed out roads and pathways, and exposed utilities. Please abide by all closures, signage and barricades; they are there for your safety.

While some sections of PEI National Park will be open for Islanders and other visitors to enjoy, the 2022 operational season has concluded so facilities (e.g., beach complexes, visitor centres, day use areas) are now closed as usual for this time of year.

PLEASE NOTE: There will be limited emergency service provided by Parks Canada. By entering the park, you agree to use the park at your own risk.

All other beach accesses remain closed to all users due to safety concerns. Visitors must not attempt to access the coast from other locations. A full dune closure remains in effect for PEI National Park. Visitors must not walk over dunes for any reason.

The Gulf Shore Parkway West remains open to local traffic though workers and equipment may be present so drivers should use caution. Most beach access points, look-offs and parking lots along this section remain barricaded until safety and infrastructure assessments are completed. The public should not enter barricaded areas. Hazards, such as hanging trees on trails are present. In particular, please note that a structural assessment of the sandstone arch at MacKenzies Brook has revealed a threat of collapsing. Visitors are strongly advised to avoid this area.

Parks Canada staff are working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and we will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so. As Parks Canada develops a full assessment of the damage done to the park and repair work required, we will provide estimated timelines for reopening. Crews are making good progress but conditions remain unsafe and visitors should not access trails at this time.

Updates on Hurricane Fiona Recovery

We are now in the long-term repair and clean-up phase. Regular progress updates, up-to-date information on closures, and previous daily updates can be found here: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/pe/pei-ipe/visit/Fiona

Hurricane Fiona Update - October 20, 2022

Closures remain in place as recovery operations are underway

Closures in PEI National Park remain in place as recovery operations are underway. However, staff and Park Wardens have witnessed vehicles and individuals accessing closed areas. This presents a safety hazard to those visitors as well as to staff who are called on to address visitors in closed areas.

Unmarked hazards and unsafe conditions are present throughout the park including; dangerous trees, undercut and eroded shoreline, unstable or missing beach access infrastructure, washed out roads and pathways, and exposed utilities. Please abide by all closures, signage and barricades; they are there for your safety.

While local traffic may access the Gulf Shore Parkway East between Covehead and Ross Lane, damaged beach accesses remain barricaded for safety reasons. Closures are marked with signage. The public is also reminded that a full dune closure remains in effect for PEI National Park. Visitors must not walk over dunes for any reason.

 

The Gulf Shore Parkway West remains open to local traffic though workers and equipment may be present so drivers should use caution. Most beach access points, look-offs and parking lots along this section remain barricaded until safety and infrastructure assessments are completed. The public should not enter barricaded areas. Hazards, such as hanging trees on trails are present. In particular, please note that a structural assessment of the sandstone arch at MacKenzies Brook has revealed a threat of collapsing. Visitors are strongly advised to avoid this area.

Individuals found violating the closure in Greenwich will be charged under Section 2(1)(f) of the Prince Edward Island Trespass to Property Act. Minimum fine is $550. Individuals found violating the closures in the other areas of the park will be charged under Section 7(4)(c) of the National Parks General Regulations. The minimum fine is $150.

We thank you for your patience and for giving our staff the space they need to work safely.

Recovery Work Continues in PEI National Park and National Historic Sites

Parks Canada staff are working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and we will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so. As Parks Canada develops a full assessment of the damage done to the park and repair work required, we will provide estimated timelines for reopening. Crews are making good progress but conditions remain unsafe and visitors should not access trails at this time.

Updates on Hurricane Fiona Recovery

We are now in the long-term repair and clean-up phase. Weekly progress updates will be shared on Thursdays.

Hurricane Fiona Update - October 13, 2022

Please continue to avoid visiting PEI National Park

Closures in PEI National Park remain in place as recovery operations are underway. However, staff and Park Wardens have witnessed vehicles and individuals accessing closed areas. This presents a safety hazard to those visitors as well as to staff who are called on to address visitors in closed areas.

Unmarked hazards and unsafe conditions are present throughout the park including; dangerous trees, undercut and eroded shoreline, unstable or missing beach access infrastructure, washed out roads and pathways, and exposed utilities. For the safety of visitors (residents and tourists) as well as Parks Canada crews working on-site, we reiterate this important message: now is not the time to visit PEI National Park.

We thank you for your patience and for giving our staff the space they need to work safely.

Individuals found violating the closure will be charged under Section 7(4)(c) of the National Parks General Regulations. The minimum fine is $150.

The Gulf Shore Parkway West remains open to local traffic though workers and equipment may be present so drivers should use caution. Most beach access points, look-offs and parking lots along this section remain barricaded until safety and infrastructure assessments are completed. The public should not enter barricaded areas.

Green Gables Heritage Place now fully open
Parks Canada is pleased to inform the public that work has concluded on the Haunted Wood trail at Green Gables Heritage Place and this reopens to visitors at noon on Thursday, October 13. The site is now fully open to visitors between 9am and 5pm daily until the end of October.
Recovery Work Continues in PEI National Park and National Historic Sites

Parks Canada staff are working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and we will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so. As Parks Canada develops a full assessment of the damage done to the park and repair work required, we will provide estimated timelines for reopening. Crews are making good progress but conditions remain unsafe and visitors should not access trails at this time.

• Crews with heavy equipment are currently on site in Cavendish Campground, Graham’s Lane, MacMillan Lane, and on the Dunelands trail.

• Parks Canada chainsaw crews have finished cutting on the Homestead Trail, but it will remain closed as the bridge was washed away from its abutments and shoreline sections of trail sustained significant washouts.

• Parks Canada chainsaw crews are making good progress on Bubbling Springs and Farmlands Trails which sustained heavy blowdowns.

• Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye-Fort Amherst National Historic Site remains closed until power crews remove the downed lines across Haché Gallant Drive and piles of brush are removed from the site.

• Crews continue to address unsafe trees along the Greenwich Dunes trail. The floating boardwalk section of the trail has been unmoored; planning is underway to pull the sections back together and secure the walkway.

Updates on Hurricane Fiona Recovery

We are now in the long-term repair and clean-up phase. Weekly progress updates will be shared on Thursdays.

Up-to-date information on closures, and previous daily updates can be found here: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/pe/pei-ipe/visit/Fiona

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 7, 2022

National Incident Management Team begins to transition responsibility for Hurricane Fiona Recovery Operations to PEI National Park

As the situation in PEI National Park has stabilized and recovery operations are transitioning from initial incident response into long-term repair and remediation work the National Incident Management Team is handing back responsibility for recovery operations to the local personnel.

Parks Canada Fire Crew members and heavy equipment contractors will remain on site into next week to continue providing assistance with tree clearing.

Daily Updates on Hurricane Fiona Recovery End Today

The next phase of recovery operations in PEI National Park will be the long-term repair and clean-up work. Daily progress updates will end today, October 7th and transition to weekly progress updates, shared on Thursdays.

Up-to-date information on closures, and previous daily updates can be found here: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/pe/pei-ipe/visit/Fiona

Please continue to avoid visiting PEI National Park

While Parks Canada appreciates that many Islanders may wish to visit PEI National Park and spend time along the coast over the Thanksgiving long weekend, now is not the time to visit. Crews and equipment are still working and hazardous conditions are present throughout the park.

Our staff are working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and we will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so.

As Parks Canada develops a full assessment of the damage done to the park and repair work required, we will provide estimated timelines for reopening.

We thank you for your patience and for giving our staff the space they need to work safely.

Recovery Work Continues in PEI National Park

Clearing work continues at Cavendish Campground, Cavendish hiking trails and trails at Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye-Fort Amherst National Historic Site. Crews are making good progress but conditions remain unsafe and visitors should not access trails at this time.

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 6, 2022

MacKenzie Brook Arch damaged by Hurricane Fiona

The sandstone arch at MacKenzie Brook was damaged in the storm. There is now a risk of progressive disintegration of the sandstone surface in the upper arch.

As well, engineering contractors noted that there are several large cracks present in the arch. The arch is at risk of becoming unstable and collapsing during a future rain, wind or other storm event.

This area of the park remains closed to all visitors.

PEI National Park Trails

Parks Canada staff have finished their initial assessment of trails within the park and have begun clearing downed trees and debris. All trails in all regions the park have been impacted by significant amounts of blown down trees.

Crews began clearing trails in the Cavendish area yesterday, and this work will continue over the coming days. Progress has been slow so far due to the volume of downed trees. In addition to fallen trees, the Simpson Loop Bridge is off its abutments and small sections of the trail have washed out.

Cavendish Campground

Chainsaw crews and heavy equipment have finished initial clearing work in Cavendish Campground. Parks Canada is now assessing damage to infrastructure at the campground and has begun initial repairs.

The campground was significantly impacted by the storm and planning is underway for long term repairs and remediation.

Skmaqn – Port-la-Joye—Fort Amherst National Historic Site

Clearing work has begun at Skmaqn – Port-la-Joye—Fort Amherst National Historic Site. Crews are working to clear trees and debris from buildings and trails so that damage assessment can take place.

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 5, 2022

Parks Canada makes initial assessment of impact to coastal ecosystems in PEI National Park

Parks Canada staff have made initial assessments of the coastal ecosystems in some regions of the park. These initial observations have revealed between three and ten metres of erosion along the shoreline.

Fortunately, Piping Plovers and Bank Swallows were not present during Hurricane Fiona, having already migrated south.

At this time, it is difficult to predict what the exact impact of this event will be. Parks Canada ecologists will be closely monitoring coastal ecosystems and species-at-risk over the coming year to gain information on how they have been affected.

It is important to remember that coastal ecosystems are dynamic environments and erosion is a natural process that occurs regularly. Based off the aftermath of Dorian, it is likely that there will be localized loss of habitat in some areas and gain of habitat in others – for example, bank swallows depend on exposed raw cliff/bank where bank has eroded and slumped.

Robinson’s Island

Parks Canada staff have made an initial assessment of the storm impacts on Robinson’s Island. The Robinson’s Island Road has been impacted by erosion in some areas and sections of the road have been washed out.

There are significant amounts of downed trees along the trail system and the trails are impassable. A full assessment of the trail system was not possible.

The tip of the island experienced significant erosion in shoreline areas.

Infrastructure assessment

Engineering contractors will be on site at various locations in PEI National Park over the coming days to conduct damage assessments of park infrastructure, including roadways and dune crossings.

Once complete, planning for repairs of damaged infrastructure will begin.

Debris clearing continues

Crews and heavy equipment continue to make progress clearing debris at Cavendish Campground.

Tree clearing work has begun in Greenwich and Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye—Fort Amherst National Historic Site today.

Specialist contractors will be finishing tree clearing work at Ardgowan National Historic Site over the coming days.

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 4, 2022

Parks Canada makes progress clearing trees and begins damage assessment of trails in Prince Edward Island National Park.

Parks Canada makes progress clearing trees and begins damage assessment of trails in Prince Edward Island National Park. Parks Canada continues to respond to the impacts of Hurricane Fiona in PEI National Park. Initial clearing work has finished in Stanhope Campground and crews now have access to begin repairs and winterization of all campground infrastructure.

Clearing work is continuing today at Cavendish Campground.

Trail assessment begins

Parks Canada crews are beginning to assess the conditions of trails within the park and begin clearing work.

Ardgowan National Historic Site

Crews were able to clear most of the dangerous trees at Ardgowan National Historic site yesterday and remove fallen trees from Parkdale Elementary School grounds. Specialist contractors will be on site in the coming days to finish the remaining cutting work.

Green Gables Heritage Place

Incident response work at Green Gables Heritage Place has finished and the site will reopen with limited visitor services tomorrow, Wednesday October 5. Please visit the Green Gables Heritage Place Facebook page for full details.

Please note: The Haunted Woods trail remains closed. There are downed and dangerous trees blocking access to the area.

Now is not the time to visit Prince Edward Island National Park

Parks Canada thanks residents and visitors for their continued compliance with park closures. The Agency is working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so.

Area Closures are in place for:

  • The Cavendish section of PEI National Park beginning at Graham‘s Lane
  • The Gulf Shore Parkway East from Brackley to Dalvay, including Robinson’s Island
  • Greenwich
  • Ardgowan National Historic Site
  • Skmaqn – Port-la—Joye – Fort Amherst National Historic Site
Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 3, 2022

Crews make progress clearing debris, begin damage assessment and repairs

Parks Canada staff are making good progress clearing downed trees and other storm-related debris. As access is regained to park infrastructure, damage assessment and repairs are beginning.

At Stanhope campground, clearing is almost complete. Access has been gained to 7 of 8 oTentiks as well as the driving loop. Staff are beginning assessment, repair and winterization work on campground facilities and infrastructure.

Greenwich boardwalk

Yesterday, staff were able to conduct a more thorough assessment of the Greenwich floating boardwalk. There are six pieces of boardwalk that have come loose and are scattered around Bowley Pond.

There is some damage to the handrails and dog-bones that connect the boardwalk sections. A plan is being made for its recovery and repair.

Green Gables Heritage Place

Initial clearing work is nearing completion at GGHP. Dangerous trees have been cleared around the Visitor Centre, House and grounds, and Lovers’ Lane trail. Minor brush clearing and cleanup work continues.

A timeline for reopening limited access to the site will be announced in the coming days.

Cavendish Campground

As crews make progress with clearing in other areas of the park, work will begin at Cavendish Campground. Initial clearing will focus on gaining access to campground infrastructure so that damage assessment and repairs can begin.

Parks Canada documents impacts to park ecosystems and landscapes.

In addition to focusing on assessing the storm’s impact to park infrastructure, Agency staff have been documenting the impacts to the Park’s landscapes and coastal ecosystems. Before and after photos from several locations are available online here

Now is not the time to visit Prince Edward Island National Park

Parks Canada thanks residents and visitors for their continued compliance with park closures. The Agency is working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so.

Area Closures are in place for:

  • The Cavendish section of PEI National Park beginning at Graham‘s Lane
  • The Gulf Shore Parkway East from Brackley to Dalvay, including Robinson’s Island
  • Greenwich
  • Ardgowan National Historic Site
  • Skmaqn – Port-la—Joye – Fort Amherst National Historic Site

The Visitor Centre, house and trails at Green Gables Heritage Place are also closed. Please avoid the area while crews work.

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 2, 2022

Respect All Closures in Prince Edward Island National Park

The majority of PEI National Park has been closed by order of the Superintendent. It is imperative that visitors respect these closures, especially in areas where Parks Canada crews are actively working.

The recovery from Hurricane Fiona involves dangerous work, including tree felling and the use of heavy equipment. Parks Canada staff need space to be able to complete their tasks safely.

Hazardous conditions, including downed power lines, eroded coastline, dangerous trees, and damaged buildings and walkways exist throughout all areas of the park. While Parks Canada appreciates these closures may have impacted visitors’ travel plans and that many Islanders wish to enjoy the park as a way to relieve stress during this difficult time, now is not the time to visit PEI National Park.

The Agency is working hard to recover from the impacts of Hurricane Fiona and will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so.

Area Closures are in place for:

  • The Cavendish section of PEI National Park beginning at Graham‘s Lane
  • The Gulf Shore Parkway East from Brackley to Dalvay, including Robinson’s Island
  • Greenwich
  • Ardgowan National Historic Site
  • Skmaqn – Port-la—Joye – Fort Amherst National Historic Site

The Visitor Centre, house and trails at Green Gables Heritage Place are also closed. Please avoid the area while crews work.

Greenwich

On October 1, Parks Canada staff made an initial assessment of damage to park infrastructure and ecosystems in Greenwich. The Visitor Centre and Greenwich main beach buildings have minor damage. The stairs to Greenwich main beach were damaged and are unsafe.

Significant blowdown and many dangerous trees are present along Greenwich Dunes Trail. The boardwalk was damaged and is impassable.

Stanhope Campground Update

Crews continue to make good progress clearing Stanhope Campground. Heavy equipment was able to clear the roads within the campground, and chainsaw crews have cleared access to three of the eight oTENTiks.

Clearing debris has allowed staff to make an assessment of park infrastructure at the campground, including the kitchen shelters, washrooms and bunkies. At this time, infrastructure damage appears relatively minor.

Before and after photographs

Additional photographs of Hurricane Fiona's impact can be found here

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - October 1, 2022

Crews work to clear debris and continue damage assessment in Prince Edward Island National Park

Crews are making progress clearing debris at a number of sites around the park. This work included:

Green Gables Heritage Place

The area around the parking lot, visitor centre and house have been cleared of debris and assessed for dangerous trees.

Crews began tree clearing on the Lovers’ Lane and Balsam Hollow trails. The Haunted Wood trail was assessed for downed trees. All trails at Green Gables Historic Place are closed. The house is also closed.

The visitor centre remains in use as a reception centre for Resort Municipality community members until power in the area is restored. Crews are focusing on work at Green Gables and Parks Canada will provide a timeline for the reopening of the site in the coming days.

Gulf Shore Parkway East

Heavy equipment made significant progress at removing downed trees from along the Gulf Shore Parkway East. The Parkway remains closed to all park users as the roadway and multi-use trail have been damaged.

Stanhope Campground

Heavy equipment, along with chainsaw crews have moved into the Stanhope Campground to begin removing downed trees. Staff are focused on removing debris in the campground so that repairs to damaged infrastructure can begin.

Greenwich

Parks Canada crews will make a preliminary assessment of damage to park assets and ecosystems at Greenwich today. An area closure is now in place, please continue to avoid the area.

Ardgowan National Historic Site

Parks Canada staff cleared access into Ardgowan National Historic Site. The site is now subject to an Area Closure by order of the Park Superintendent due to unsafe conditions, including dangerous trees and downed power lines. Please avoid the area and allow crews to work safely.

Skmaqn--Port-La-Joye--Fort Amherst National Historic Site

Crews assessed the impacts to Skmaqn--Port-La-Joye--Fort Amherst National Historic Site. There are several downed power lines around the site which need to be repaired before crews will be able to begin clearing debris.

The site is now subject to an Area Closure by order of the Park Superintendent due to unsafe conditions. Please avoid the area.

Hurricane Fiona Daily Update - September 30, 2022
Now is not the time to visit Prince Edward Island National Park

Parks Canada appreciates that many Islanders wish to see the condition in PEI National Park and spend time along the coast as a way to relieve stress during this difficult period, however now is not the time to visit.

All three park regions (Cavendish-North Rustico, Brackley-Dalvay, and Greenwich) have all experienced significant impacts from Hurricane Fiona. Unmarked hazards and unsafe conditions are present throughout the park including; dangerous trees, undercut and eroded shoreline, washed out roads and pathways, and exposed utilities.

Large areas of the Park have been closed by order of the Superintendent including:

  • The Cavendish section of PEI National Park beginning at Graham's Lane
  • The Gulf Shore Parkway East from Brackley to Dalvay
  • Greenwich
  • Ardgowan National Historic Site
  • Smwaqn-Port-La-Joy-Fort Amherst National Historic Site

These closures may be expanded. A full list is available here

Parks Canada will welcome visitors back when it is safe to do so. Please give our staff and contractors the time and space they need to work.

National Incident Management Team Arrives in PEI National Park

On September 29th, a Parks Canada National Incident Management Team arrived in PEI to assist with Hurricane Fiona recovery efforts. The team includes Agency staff from across the country with expertise in incident response, geomatics, planning, and logistics. The team also includes 10 wildland firefighting crew members who will assist with tree clearing and other incident recovery work.

A total of 55 Parks Canada personnel are now working on the recovery efforts in the Park.

Damage Assessment and cleanup efforts continue

Parks Canada is continuing its assessment of impacts to park facilities, infrastructure and ecosystems as well as cleanup efforts. Today, crews are working to:

  • Clear trees from the Gulf Shore Parkway East
  • Establish access to Ardgowan NHS
  • Clear debris and assess dangerous trees at Green Gables Heritage Place
  • Assess damage at Skmaqn – Port-la—Joye – Fort Amherst NHS

More information

Hurricane Fiona Recovery Inquiries
Tel: 782-377-2315
Email: parcscanadaipe-parkscanadapei@pc.gc.ca

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