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Public consultaion program, phase one response, Pukaskwa National Park: R64-504/1978E-PDF
"In February, 1978, an agreement was signed between the Province of Ontario and the federal government creating Pukaskwa as Canada's newest national park. Before proceeding with development of Pukaskwa National Park, Parks Canada released a provisional master plan for public review and comment. A two-phase public consultation program was begun. In the first phase, information was presented through open houses and discussion groups held in cities and towns along the north shore of Lake Superior. Meetings were also held in Toronto and Ottawa. This is a summary of the first phase of the public consultation program. It includes: comments received at the open houses; clarifying remarks to explain issues and provide background information; extracts of relevant sections of the draft Parks Canada Policy; and the Parks Canada response indicating possible changes to the provisional plan that are being considered"--p. .
|Title||Public consultaion program, phase one response, Pukaskwa National Park|
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|Note||Historical publication digitized from print 2017.|
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|Subject Terms||National parks, Planning|
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