To Dick Cannings:
- What about traditional use of the great outdoors by native and non-native people once the land is operated by Parks Canada?
- What facilities will be built by Parks Canada and for what purpose?
- You call it a National Park – the announcement says a park reserve? Is there not a distinction?
- Private land inside the boundaries can be sold to anyone or just Parks Canada?
- You say grazing will be allowed but what about other ranch operations?
- Is there an analysis of the downsides to such a venture?
- Any effects on agriculture by a lack of hunting?
- Should a referendum be held once boundaries established?
- Could you give examples of a National Park established within a few miles of densely populated areas, with a couple of major industries adjacent (wine and fruit)?
- Should your position be one that brings people together on a win-win basis or just to advocate what you want?
From Jack Bennest