Trent-Severn Waterway and Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Sites of Canada Management Plan, 2022
Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site
It’s here! The management plan for Trent–Severn Waterway and Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Sites was tabled in Parliament recently.
The management plan is a strategic guide for future management of a national historic site. It is required by legislation, guided by Indigenous and public consultation, approved by the Minister responsible for Parks Canada, and tabled in Parliament.
Management plans are based on a long-term vision, with clear direction for a 10-year period, including measurable objectives and targets to achieve results.
Parks Canada’s management plan guides management decisions and actions at a heritage place, and serves as a key public accountability document for that place.
The management plan for Trent–Severn Waterway and Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Sites includes input from Indigenous partners of the Williams Treaties First Nations, local communities, businesses, the tourism industry, special interest groups, other partners and stakeholders, local residents as well as visitors past and present. Through this management plan, Parks Canada will protect an important example of cultural heritage in Canada, engage and collaborate with Indigenous peoples, and provide an opportunity for Canadians to experience and discover history in new and innovative ways.
Management plan implementation, monitoring and evaluation
Stages of Parks Canada's management planning cycle
- Management plan implementation, monitoring and evaluation
- State of site assessment
- Scoping issues and vision elements
- Management plan preparation; Indigenous and public engagement
- Management plan approval
The strategic direction for the management and operation of Trent–Severn Waterway and Peterborough Lift Lock.
What we heard
A summary of the public consultation process and feedback.
Previous management plans:
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