Survey on responsible trail management in Gatineau Park

29 04 2017

Hello,
We are seeking your input on the initiative for responsible trail management in Gatineau Park. In order to complete the survey, we suggest consulting the NCC’s website, where you will find further information about the initiative. The survey will be available online until May 15, 2017.
Your comments will be analyzed, and will be taken into consideration, where possible, in finalizing the results of the responsible trail management initiative for Gatineau Park.
Your opinion is greatly valued, and we hope to continue working with you in the near future, as this initiative is implemented. The public consultation of April 27, 2017, is available for viewing on YouTube.

Complete the survey here.

Sincerely,
Christie Spence
Director, Quebec Urban Lands and Gatineau Park
Sondage sur la gestion responsable des sentiers du parc de la Gatineau

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Bonjour,
Nous souhaitons connaître votre opinion sur le projet de gestion responsable des sentiers du parc de la Gatineau. Avant de répondre au sondage, nous vous suggérons de consulter le site Web de la CCN où vous trouverez de l’information sur ce projet. Le sondage sera accessible en ligne jusqu’au 15 mai 2017.
Nous analyserons vos commentaires et nous en tiendrons compte pour bonifier le projet de gestion responsable des sentiers du parc de la Gatineau, lorsque cela sera possible.
Votre opinion nous importe et nous espérons continuer de collaborer avec vous pour la mise en œuvre de ce projet. Vous pouvez voir la séance de consultation publique du 27 avril 2017 sur YouTube.

Compléter le sondage ici.
Sincères salutations.
La directrice, Terrains urbains du Québec et parc de la Gatineau,
Christie Spence





message from the NCC

16 12 2008

Hello,

The National Capital Commission is pleased to announce the details of the process to review the Greenbelt Master Plan and to invite the public to have their say at consultations provided throughout the process.
At this initial stage of the review, a detailed report on the state of the Greenbelt will be compiled for discussion topics such as forest areas, natural heritage, agriculture, cultural and built heritage, infrastructure, recreational areas, air quality, climate change and issues of economic and sustainable development.

To contribute to the preparation of this report on the current state of the Greenbelt, we invite the public to share their experiences and their knowledge of the Greenbelt by participating to the on-line consultation launched today at : http://www.canadascapital.gc.ca/bins/ncc_web_content_page.asp?cid=16300-20446-113585-113594&lang=1

For more information on the National Capital Region’s Greenbelt, we invite you to contact the NCC at 613-239-5555, 1 800 704-8227 or visit the website at www.canadascapital.gc.ca.

Regards,
René Coignaud
Consultations publiques, Commission de la capitale nationale
Public consultations, National Capital Commission
613.239.5683 | rcoignau@ncc-ccn.ca | http://www.ccn-ncc.gc.ca
40, rue Elgin Ottawa Ontario K1P 1C7








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