Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site commemorative integrity statement: R64-488/2012E-PDF

"The purpose of a commemorative integrity statement is to focus our management of a site on what is most important; and to ensure that we address the whole (the “site”), not just the parts (the “individual resources”). For national historic sites commemorative integrity is key to developing and implementing work plans, along with service to clients and ensuring efficient use of public funds. Commemorative integrity is also the basis for reporting to Canadians on the state of their national historic sites. ... A national historic site possesses commemorative integrity when the historic values and those cultural resources symbolizing or representing its importance are not impaired or under threat, when the reasons for the site’s national historic significance are effectively communicated to the public, and when the site’s heritage values are respected by all whose decisions or actions affect the site"--p. 2.

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Department/Agency Parks Canada.
Title Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site commemorative integrity statement
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Lieu historique national de la Piste-Chilkoot énoncé d'intégrité commémorative.
Date [2012].
Number of Pages 11 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • R64-488/2012E-PDF
Subject Terms Historic sites