We are proud to collaborate with the following partners and stakeholders:
Association Forestière de la vallée du Saint-Maurice
The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP)
Société de protection des forêts contre le feu (SOPFEU)
L’AFVSM (Website in French only) is a not-for-profit organization committed to three areas:Educating young people to respect the values of the forest environment and the sustainable development of forests by means of an educational program;
Promoting the rational use and integrated resource management of the environment through various activities, including conferences, workshops, etc.;
Raising awareness amongst the public, young people and other stakeholders about the importance of the forest through wilderness visits.
Parks Canada’s expertise and conservation projects are showcased in articles and public conferences presented by the association.
Collège LaflècheThe Collège Laflèche (in French only) is a private general and vocational college in Trois-Rivières. Its mission is to promote the acquisition of knowledge and to foster the development of its students. La Mauricie National Park and Collège Laflèche are partners in providing workplace learning opportunities for students in the Tourisme bilingue program.
Cyclo-Mauricie, in association with La Mauricie National Park, organizes each year, two large-scale activities in the National Park. During Les Défis du Parc, which is Canada’s largest sport cycling gathering, participants at all levels can take on a variety of challenges in several events on bike and on foot.
Escapade MauricieEscapade Mauricie (in French only) is an agency specializing in local experiences that promote travel by public transportation. This partnership helps improve access to the national park and regional mobility by increasing transportation to the park and opportunities for exploring it without a personal vehicle.
Info-Nature Mauricie is associated with La Mauricie National Park and the Forges du Saint-Maurice National Historic Site since 1982. The non-profit organization participates in various ways in the park’s activities, by making the public more aware of the importance of protecting environmental and heritage resources, by promoting the discovery and appreciation of the natural and cultural heritage and by managing the Wabenaki and Andrew Lodges.
First Aiders, come join us!