Parks Canada is committed to implementing green initiatives at national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas. Through the rejuvenation of contaminated sites, the use of conservation practices, and innovation projects, Parks Canada continues to ensure that Canadians may enjoy their treasured sites in the most eco-friendly way possible. In minimizing the environmental impact at our sites, Parks Canada hopes to encourage Canadians in promoting clean air, clean water and sustainable land use.
After years of hard work and dedication, Parks Canada has given new life to an historic site in the heart of Quebec City and revitalized an aquatic ecosystem. (See full story)
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Cleaner, quieter, and more convenient: Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve of Canada benefits from an energy saving retrofit. (See full story)
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When Gulf Islands National Park Reserve was established in 2003, Parks Canada saw the perfect opportunity to build the most environmentally-friendly federal building in the country. (See full story)
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