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Banff National Park

Parks Canada is committed to transparent and meaningful engagement that integrates the knowledge and expertise of Indigenous Nations, key stakeholders, and environmental groups to advance Parks Canada’s priorities.

Banff National Park implements a spectrum of engagement activities to inform local and regional stakeholders of essential information and garner their perspectives and participation in park decision-making and direction-setting processes. Activities are intended to be inclusive, accessible, and meet the needs and expectations of interested stakeholder groups.

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Stakeholder updates

Parks Canada prioritizes the importance of fostering long-term and effective relationships with its stakeholders by providing timely and efficient communications. As a result, Stakeholder Updates are frequently emailed to key stakeholder groups to inform them about decisions, impacts, and opportunities on park projects and initiatives. To request to subscribe to Banff National Park’s Stakeholder updates, please get in touch with Banff National Park’s Stakeholder Relations Officer at

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