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2020 Minister's Round Table on Parks Canada

Find out how you can participate in the round table at this park from October 19 to 30!
"The 2020 Minister’s Round Table is the perfect occasion for Canadians to share their perspectives and help shape the future of Parks Canada and these treasured places for decades to come."

There are five themes that will be discussed. Your role is to choose a theme, read the discussion material, and then share your thoughts and ideas with the rest of the team!

- Urban Parks: Parks Canada as a leader in urban conservation, and providing access to nature and culture in communities.
- Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility: Parks Canada as a partner and a leader in inclusion, diversity, accessibility, and reconciliation in protected and heritage places.
- Ecological Corridors: Connecting protected places to respond to climate change and biodiversity loss.
- Indigenous Leadership in Conservation: Advancing Indigenous leadership in conservation, traditional use, Indigenous knowledge, and Indigenous protected and conserved areas.
- Protecting Our Cultural Heritage: Advancing legislative protection for federal built heritage.  

You can also share a written document of your suggestions and ideas to:

Share your document with Parks Canada

or send a letter to:

2020 Minister's Round Table on Parks Canada
Parks Canada
Room 244, 30 Victoria Street
Gatineau, QC J8X 0B3

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