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Let's Talk Sable Island!

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Welcome to "Let's Talk Sable Island!", an opportunity for all Canadians to have input on the first management plan for Sable Island National Park Reserve.

The management plan is a strategic guide for future management of a national park. It is required by legislation, guided by public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and tabled in Parliament. It is the primary public accountability document for each National Park.

After successful consultation sessions with our partners, stakeholders, the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia, and the public in Phase 1, we have prepared an overview of what we heard and a draft management plan that reflects the extensive feedback we received. Input gathered during the second phase of public consultations will be carefully considered as we work towards the final version of the management plan.

Welcome to "Let's Talk Sable Island!", an opportunity for all Canadians to have input on the first management plan for Sable Island National Park Reserve.

The management plan is a strategic guide for future management of a national park. It is required by legislation, guided by public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and tabled in Parliament. It is the primary public accountability document for each National Park.

After successful consultation sessions with our partners, stakeholders, the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia, and the public in Phase 1, we have prepared an overview of what we heard and a draft management plan that reflects the extensive feedback we received. Input gathered during the second phase of public consultations will be carefully considered as we work towards the final version of the management plan.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Welcome to the Sable Island National Park Reserve survey on the Draft Management Plan. In Fall 2018, Parks Canada consulted with Canadians and received approximately 2,096 responses to our request for input. The many thoughtful responses received during this consultation process are a testament to the strong connection Canadians feel for this special place. That feedback helped guide the key priorities developed for Sable Island National Park Reserve's draft management plan. This survey will explore some of these areas in more detail. Information gathered today will help finalize the management plan for the park and shape the future of this iconic offshore island. Following your review of the Draft Management Plan, please complete our short survey.

    The survey should only take 10 minutes to complete and responses will be kept confidential. 

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