Parks Canada Is Calling On The Public To Have Their Say On The Future Of Point Pelee National Park

Sunday June 20th, 2021

Posted at 9:31am


Parks Canada has launched public consultation to renew the management plan for Point Pelee National Park.

Once completed, the new plan will guide management decisions for the park over the next ten years and will be a key tool to engage Indigenous communities, local communities, stakeholders and partners.

In 2019 and 2020, Parks Canada held discussion sessions with First Nations, partners, key stakeholders, and park staff, which fed into the development of the draft management plan. Follow-up engagement sessions were then postponed due to the global pandemic and will now be conducted virtually in order to ensure the health and safety of participants and staff.

Parks Canada is inviting the public to share their views on the draft management plan for Point Pelee National Park and help shape its future.

From June 1st through July 12th, they are looking for the public to provide their thoughts and feedback about this draft 10-year plan for the park, either by completing the online Point Pelee Management Plan comment card, emailing comments to [email protected], and by attending a virtual consultation session in French on June 22nd or in English on June 23rr.

The draft management plan for Point Pelee National Park is available on the park’s website at

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