Welcome to the survey. Input gathered during this first phase of public engagement in the management plan review process will help us revise the Halifax Defence Complex management plan, which was last updated in 2009.
Of the many different forts and batteries constructed by the British and Canadian militaries in the Halifax area, there are five that, since being designated in 1965 as national historic sites, are collectively known as the Halifax Defence Complex and include: the Halifax Citadel, Georges Island, Prince of Wales Tower, York Redoubt, and Fort McNab.
This is an opportunity to share your thoughts and ideas about the future management of these five sites.
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’ll have the option to restart the survey or pick up where you left off.