Parks Canada’s Second Yellowknife Public Meeting

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Parks Canada representatives spoke to a room of about 50 people at the Baker Centre in Yellowknife on Wednesday, June 15, and provided updates to questions and concerns that were raised in their initial public consultation meeting in December of 2015.

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Roughly 50 people attended this second Yellowknife public meeting about Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve hosted by Parks Canada.

Parks Canada confirmed that there will be no entry fees for the National Park Reserve, and that motorized boats and Ski-Doos will be allowed within the park boundary to allow for greater access by visitors.

Check back to LandoftheAncestors.ca for more updates as they become available.

Couldn’t be at the meeting, but have something to say? Click here for the Parks Canada Thaidene Nene survey, or click here to send an e-mail to decision makers to tell them you support Thaidene Nene!

 

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