2020 Annual Summary

CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year: 2020
Total # of Scans: 13
Themes: Contacts for Drinking Water Systems 
COVID-19 Impact on Major Attractions: Financials 
CPC Scan: Questions on Learn to Camp
Fee Comparison Data 
High Visitation Management 
Online Engagement Platforms
Park Info: Call Centers 
Parks Programming 
Picnic Table Management 
Riparian Buffers 
Serious Incident or Fatality Procedures 
Visitation Data – Annual Drownings 
Workplace Violence 
Overall Response Rate: 24%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: CPC Scan: Questions on Learn to Camp
Responded Most Often: B.C Parks at 70% Response Rate
Alberta Parks at 50% Response Rate
Saskatchewan and New Brunswick Parks at 40% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: P.E.I Parks at 0% Response Rate
Government of the Northwest Territories, Yukon Parks, and Parks Canada at 8% Response Rate
Newfoundland and Labrador Parks, Nova Scotia Parks, and Nunavut Parks at 17% Response Rate
   
   

*Jurisdictional Response Rate Score is calculated based on # of times responded/(total # of scan requests – # inquiries from that jurisdiction).

2019 Annual Summary

CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year: 2019
Total # of Scans: 13
Themes: Annual Revenue Forecasting
Alcohol Practices
Application of Fees for Indigenous Park Users
Caravan/Large Group Reservation Management
Drafting of Legal Land Descriptions
Licensing Fees Concessionaires
Management Planning Programs
Off Road Vehicle Information Request
Parks Agencies with an App
Parks Maintenance Budgets
Parks Recreational and Disposition Fees **
Photo Contests
Provincial Advisory Board or Committee 
Special Event Policy
Overall Response Rate: 31%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: Provincial Advisory Board or Committee /Annual Revenue Forecasting
Responded Most Often: Saskatchewan Parks at 54% Response Rate
Ontario Parks at 50% Response Rate
Newfoundland and Labrador Parks at 45% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: Government of the Northwest Territories at 0% Response Rate
Parks New Brunswick at 8% Response Rate
Yukon Parks at 15% Response Rate
   
   

*Jurisdictional Response Rate Score is calculated based on # of times responded/(total # of scan requests – # inquiries from that jurisdiction). 

2018 Annual Summary

CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year:2018
Total # of Scans: 21
Themes: Accessible Campsites
Annual Management Plan Template
Beach Safety Update from 2016 **
Biocontrols in Protected Areas
Cannabis Use in Parks / (En Francais) **
Carrying Capacity/Visitor Attendance
Climate Change in Management Plans
Co-Management/Co-Stewardship Agreements
Energy Use Self Sufficiency in Parks
Enforcement in Non-Operating Parks
Fentanyl NARCAN Survey
Indigenous Use in PT Parks **
Job Descriptions: Market Research
Levels of Service Frameworks  **
Limited Offer Services
Mining in Parks
Parks Signage Manuals **
School and Youth Group Fees
Traditional Use Policies
Volunteers, Sponsorships, and Kiddie Pools
Waste Reduction and Recycling Practices
Overall Response Rate: 30%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: Fentanyl NARCAN Survey
Responded Most Often: Alberta Parks at 67% Response Rate
Manitoba Parks at 60% Response Rate
B.C Parks at 47% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: P.E.I Parks/Nunavut Parks at 6% Response Rate
Yukon Parks/Sépaq at 13% Response Rate 
Northwest Territories Parks/ Newfoundland & Labrador Parks at 19% Response Rate
   
   
Additional Findings/Resources:  Emerald Ash Borer
Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park Emerald Ash Borer Response Strategy
Canadian Food Inspection Agency Surveillance Guidelines for Emerald Ash Borer
Surveillance Guidelines for Emerald Ash Borer
Tick Policies
Ontario’s Response to Tick Management

*Jurisdictional Response Rate Score is calculated based on # of times responded/(total # of scan requests – # inquiries from that jurisdiction). 

** Scans that resulted in a formal summary in which the summary was the only resource available – did not count towards Jurisdictional Response Rate Scores

2017 Annual Summary

CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year:2017
Total # of Scans: 10
Themes: Generator Use Policies
BASE Jumping Policies
Enforcement Training Programs
Environment Day Celebrations
Forest Harvest Buffer Around Provincial Parks
Legalization of Marijuana
Park Foundations
Policy Key Contact
Revenue Retention
Swimming Area Water Testing
Overall Response Rate: 40%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: Swimming Area Water Testing
Responded Most Often: Alberta Parks at 78% Response Rate
Yukon Parks at 62% Response Rate
Saskatchewan Parks/Ontario Parks/Parks New Brunswick/Parks Canada at 50% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: Government of Northwest Territories/Nunavut Parks at 10% Response Rate
B.C Parks at 20% Response Rate
Newoundland and Labrador Parks at 25% Response Rate
   
   

*Jurisdictional Response Rate Score is calculated based on # of times responded/(total # of scan requests – # inquiries from that jurisdiction).

2016 Annual Summary

CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year: 2016
Total # of Scans: 13
Themes: Accessible Facilities
Complementary Media Passes
Drones in Parks
Private Sector Operations
Beach Safety
Dedicated Revenue Frameworks
Inuit-Aboriginal Leases in Parks
Legislative Review – Alberta
Level of Service Standards
Liquor Bans
Park Entrance Fees
Public Phone Use
Seasonal Staff Retention Tactics
Winter Maintenance Policies and Tactics
Overall Response Rate: 49%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: Dedicated Revenue Frameworks
Responded Most Often: Alberta Parks/Saskatchewan Parks at 75% Response RateParks New Brunswick at 72% Response RateB.C Parks at 50% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: Nunavut Parks at 8% Response RateSépaq at 25% Response RateOntario Parks at 27% Response Rate
   
   

*Jurisdictional Response Rate Score is calculated based on # of times responded/(total # of scan requests – # inquiries from that jurisdiction).

2015 Annual Summary

 
CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year:2015
Total # of Scans: 14
Themes: Aboriginal Entry Fee PoliciesBridge Directive or PoliciesCampground Host ScanCampsite LimitationsDisabled Persons and DiscountsDogs in Parks SurveyLearn to Camp ProgramsLegislative Review – AlbertaMinimum Operating StandardsPPAs Designed for LichensSafety Hazard Vehicle PoliciesVisitor Services DirectorVolunteers in ParksWildlife Viewing
Overall Response Rate: 42%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: Disabled Persons and Discounts
Responded Most Often: Yukon Parks at 69% Response RateParcs New Brunswick at 67% Response RateOntario Parks at 64% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: Nunavut Parks at 21% Response RateNorthwest Territories Parks at 27% Response RateParks Canada/Sépaq/Nova Scotia Parks at 38% Response Rate
   
   

*Jurisdictional Response Rate Score is calculated based on # of times responded/(total # of scan requests – # inquiries from that jurisdiction).

2013 Annual Summary

 
CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year: 2013
Total # of Scans: 2
Themes: Eviction Policies
Volunteer Program – Coordinator Programs
Overall Response Rate: 12%
Scan with Highest Response Rate: Volunteer Program – Coordinator Programs
Responded Most Often: B.C Parks at 67% Response RateParks Canada at 33% Response RateManitoba Parks/Ontario Parks Submitted Inquiries
Responded Least Often: All other jurisdictions at 0% Response Rate
   
   

2012 Annual Summary

CPC Jurisdictional Scans Year at a Glance
Year: 2012
Total # of Scans: 3
Themes: Accessible Campground Policies/Guidelines (Reservations and Services)  
Firewood Tenders  
Privatization of Park Operations
Overall Response Rate: 39%
Scan with the Highest Response Rate: Privatization of Park Operations
Responded Most Often: Saskatchewan Parks at 100% Response RateB.C Parks/Manitoba Parks/New Brunswick Parks at 67% Response RateNewfoundland and Labrador Parks/Nova Scotia Parks at 50% Response Rate
Responded Least Often: Sepaq/P.E.I Parks/Yukon Parks/Northwest Territories Parks at 0% Response RateAlberta Parks/Nunavut Parks/Parks Canada at 33% Response Rate