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Let's Talk Cape Breton Highlands National Park!

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Let's Talk Cape Breton Highlands National Park (CBHNP)!

We’re updating the park management plan.

Share your vision for this special place during public consultations on the management plan.

Management plans are strategic in nature, based on a long-term vision, with clear direction for a 10-year period.

These plans guide management decisions and actions and serves as a key public accountability document for national parks and historic sites within Parks Canada.

Management plans are required by legislation, guided by public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and then tabled in Parliament.

This is an opportunity for everyone to shape the future of Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

We are in Mi’kma’ki

Parks Canada acknowledges that we are in the unceded traditional territory of the Mi’kmaw people. The land is covered by the Historic Treaties of Peace and Friendship. We would like to thank the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia for their on-going collaboration in the development of this management plan.

Let's Talk Cape Breton Highlands National Park (CBHNP)!

We’re updating the park management plan.

Share your vision for this special place during public consultations on the management plan.

Management plans are strategic in nature, based on a long-term vision, with clear direction for a 10-year period.

These plans guide management decisions and actions and serves as a key public accountability document for national parks and historic sites within Parks Canada.

Management plans are required by legislation, guided by public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and then tabled in Parliament.

This is an opportunity for everyone to shape the future of Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

We are in Mi’kma’ki

Parks Canada acknowledges that we are in the unceded traditional territory of the Mi’kmaw people. The land is covered by the Historic Treaties of Peace and Friendship. We would like to thank the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia for their on-going collaboration in the development of this management plan.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Pjila'si, Welcome to the Cape Breton Highlands National Park management plan survey. Input gathered during this first phase of public engagement in the management plan review process will help us revise the Cape Breton Highlands National Park management plan, which was last updated in 2010. 

    This is an opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas about the future management of Cape Breton Highlands National Park.

    Thank you for taking time to answer these questions. 
    The survey should only take 15 minutes of your time and responses will be confidential. 

    Note: If you navigate away from the survey or the website, when you return you will have the option to restart the survey or pick up on the page where you left off. 


    Go to questionnaire now!
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