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National Steering Committee

National Steering Committee

The National Steering Committee is responsible for executing the project in all of its capacities and ensuring that the objectives and deliverables are met.

In particular, the National Steering Committee is responsible for direction and guidance leading up to the end of 2020 including the publication of the One with Nature report which considered the recommendations from the Indigenous Circle of experts, the National Advisory Panel, discussion papers produced by expert task teams, and information obtained through consultations from other processes and groups.

The composition of the Pathway to Canada Target 1 national steering committee currently includes representatives from:

  • Park Planning, Environmental Sustainability, Yukon

  • Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Government of the Northwest Territories

  • Ministry of Environment, British Columbia

  • Alberta Parks, Government of Alberta (Co-chair)

  • Strategic Conservation, Saskatchewan

  • Parks and Protected Areas, Manitoba

  • Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry, Ontario

  • Energy and Resource Development, New Brunswick

  • Department of Environment, Nova Scotia

  • Land Management Division, Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Canadian Parks and Recreation Association

  • Assembly of First Nations

  • Métis National Council

  • Environment and Climate Change Canada (Co-chair)

  • Parks Canada Agency

The National Steering Committee is supported by a Secretariat and two special advisors from the Canadian Parks Council and the Conservation, Wildlife and Biodiversity Steering Group Secretariat who help facilitate communications and approval processes within and among the Canadian Parks Council and the Conservation, Wildlife and Biodiversity Steering Group.