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Parc marin du Saguenay-Saint-Laurent

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At the heart of a unique and majestic marine protected area, enjoy activities such as: snorkeling in cold water, scuba diving, sea kayaking, zodiac, walking on the shore, where you may also see whale...

Its Mandate

Established in 1998, the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park is mandated to increase, for the benefit of the present and future generations, the level of protection of the ecosystems of a representative portion of the Saguenay River and the St. Lawrence estuary for conservation purposes, while encouraging its use for educational, recreational and scientific purposes.

His Discovery Network

The Saguenay-Saint-Laurent is composed exclusively of water. Beyond a boat trip or kayak, you can also find out through its "Network discovery". This is a collection of interpretive sites located near the marine park and having a multitude of themes being associated with him.

A conservation measure for all users

If you were surprised by the appearance of a marine mammal during a boat trip, the Regulations in the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park, establishes rules of conduct, speed limits and distance required. It also takes into account the precarious status of some species. This framework limits the disruption to the environment.

For more information visit www.marinepark.qc.ca.

Come experience the Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park!

182, rue de l’Église
Tadoussac (Québec) G0T 2A0
Phone: 418-235-4703, 418-235-4703, Toll Free: 1 888 773-8888, 1 888 773-8888 FREE, 1 800 665-6527, 1 800 665-6527 FREE
Fax: 418 235-4192
Email: information@pc.gc.ca
Site internet: www.parcmarin.qc.ca
Facebook: Facebook.com/parcmarinSSL

 


Nunavik Parks

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Nunavik is Québec’s far north, rugged and awe-inspiring.

For millennium, the remote geography of this immense territory has served to protect the region’s natural features and landscapes, as well as its wildlife. The exceptionally pure waters of Pingualuk Lake and its circular crater, the towering heights of the Torngat Mountains and the rich plant and animal life of Richmond Gulf are but a few examples.

Today, Parks Nunavik is dedicated to protecting these exceptional features and representative landscapes from encroaching human activity that includes non-renewable resource exploitation. The protection offered by Parks Nunavik focuses on conservation through enhanced educational and recreational opportunities for Nunavimmiut and travellers from around the globe.

Téléphone: 819 964-2961
Télécopieur: 819 964-0694
Site Internet: www.nunavikparks.ca
Courriel: info@nunavikparks.ca


Sépaq (Société des établissements de plein air du Québec)

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Sépaq’s mandate is to manage and develop public territories and the tourism facilities entrusted to it by virtue of its incorporating Act. Its mission is to make sure its establishments are accessible to the public, and to develop and protect these public facilities for the benefit of its clientele, the regions of Québec, and future generations.

This mission is combined with an active commitment to contribute to the regions in which the establishments are located, through promoting economic development and encouraging partnerships, particularly with private businesses that offer activities and services.

Place de la Cité, Tour Cominar
2640, boul. Laurier (Québec) G1V 5C2

Téléphone : 418 890- 6527
Sans frais : 1 800 665-6527
Télécopieur : 418 528-6025
Site Internet : www.sepaq.com
Courriel : inforeservation@sepaq.com

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