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Let's Talk Kejimkujik!

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The management plan public consultations are an opportunity for everyone to shape the future of Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, including Kejimkujik Seaside.

Management plans are a strategic guide, and the primary accountability document, for the future management of Parks Canada national parks and historic sites. They are required by legislation, guided by public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and then tabled in Parliament.

The “Let’s Talk Kejimkujik!” engagement process will explore ways to share the diverse stories of all those who are connected to these parks, including the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia.

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 this group for their ongoing collaboration in the development of this management plan.



The management plan public consultations are an opportunity for everyone to shape the future of Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, including Kejimkujik Seaside.

Management plans are a strategic guide, and the primary accountability document, for the future management of Parks Canada national parks and historic sites. They are required by legislation, guided by public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and then tabled in Parliament.

The “Let’s Talk Kejimkujik!” engagement process will explore ways to share the diverse stories of all those who are connected to these parks, including the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia.

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 this group for their ongoing collaboration in the development of this management plan.



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Sincerely,

Soonya, Tony, and Danielle

Let's Talk Kejimkujik! Project Team

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