Kejimkujik National Park Management Plan presented in Canada’s Parliament

Parks Canada, the national agency responsible for preserving and promoting Canada’s national parks, has recently tabled a new management plan for Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site in Nova Scotia, according to a news release. The management plan, which is reviewed every ten years, is a requirement under the Canada National Parks Act and […]

New Brunswick Achieves Land Protection Goals

Earlier this week, the provincial government of New Brunswick (Canada) announced its plans to protect an additional 277,900 hectares of Crown land to reach its goal of protecting 10% of the province’s land and freshwater. According to a release, this is the largest single expansion of protected areas in the province. Natural Resources and Energy […]

New Brunswick Tourism Bounces Back Post-Pandemic, Data Shows

The Province of New Brunswick has released its tourism data for 2022, showing numbers are higher than those from one year ago, according to a report by CTV News. According to the tourism department of the province, the total sales of rooms from January to September increased from 707,386 to 2021 to 1,105,674 in the […]

Canada Parliament To Review New Cape Breton Highlands National Park Management Plan

National parks provide a way of exploring, learning, and connecting to nature.  Parks Canada is a recognized leader in conservation and has taken actions to safeguard national parks and national marine conservation areas and help preserve threatened species. A management strategy to oversee Cape Breton Highlands National Park (Nova Scotia) was last week introduced in […]

Nova Scotia Provincial Parks to Hold Public Info Session for Carters Beach

Nova Scotia Provincial Parks (Canada) is inviting the public to learn about the province’s future plans for Carters Beach.  In a public event posted on Facebook, Nova Scotia Provincial Parks said that the province intends to designate Carters Beach as a provincial park.  “While the designation process continues, a management plan for the park is […]

Creekside RNR Nominated for New Brunswick Tourism Award

Creekside RNR, a glamping resort offering one-of-a-kind rest and relaxation in New Brunswick (Canada) has been named a finalist in the Partnership Awards category of the 2022 Tourism Awards organized by the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick (TIANB). “Wish us luck and a HUGE thank you [to] all of our local partners and suppliers […]

PEI Provincial Parks, Island Trail Systems Closed for Clean-Up

As part of recovery efforts following hurricane Fiona that ravaged Prince Edward Island (Canada), provincial crews continue to clear large debris from roads and recreational spaces across the Island.  Prince Edward Island’s network of provincial parks features eight camping parks and 12 day-use parks with spectacular beaches. The province announced the closure of all provincial […]

Two Nova Scotia Provincial Parks Set To Reopen After Hurricane Fiona

Two provincial parks in Nova Scotia that suffered damage and closed due to Hurricane Fiona are set to reopen soon. Department of Natural Resources and Renewables (DNRR) Communications Spokesperson Erin Lynch said that Oakfield Provincial Park was recently reopened. Meanwhile, Laurie Provincial Park in Grand Lake is set to partially reopen tomorrow, October 5. “The […]

Nova Scotia Provincial Parks to Close Ahead of Hurricane Fiona’s Landfall

Ahead of hurricane Fiona’s landfall, all Nova Scotia (Canada) provincial campgrounds, beaches, and day-use parks, as well as provincial hiking and ATV trails, will close at noon today, Friday. According to the Nova Scotia Provincial Parks website, campers who have made campsite reservations will be notified by the parks reservation agency to arrange a full […]

New, Modernized Tourism Offerings Coming to Eastern Nova Scotia

The pandemic significantly impacted Canada’s tourism industry, this is the reason why the Canadian government continuously helps tourism businesses recover and position the industry for strong future growth.  Earlier this week, Mike Kelloway, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard and Member of Parliament for Cape Breton–Canso, announced total […]