Parks Canada is seeking feedback on national park management plans, including Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks.
The plans focus on resource and cultural protection, Indigenous relations, ecological integrity, infrastructure, and transportation.
“Management planning in the mountain national parks is an opportunity for the public to help shape the future of these special places so that we can protect and enjoy them for generations to come,” said Minister Jonathan Wilkinson, who is responsible for Parks Canada.
Residents can provide feedback through the Let’s Talk Mountain Parks initiative. Mount Revelstoke National Park, Glacier National Park, and the Rogers Pass Historic Site are included in one plan.
In addition to feedback forms, Parks Canada is hosting two virtual sessions on May 10 and May 13.
Input from Indigenous partners, stakeholders and the public helped develop the draft plans in 2019.
Feedback forms are available until June 7, 2021. To fill out the form and learn more about the Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks plan, click here.