If you’re looking to head to Kananaskis, this coming Tuesday might be a good idea.
June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day and Alberta Parks has announced that it is waiving the K-Country entry fee as a result.
— Alberta Parks (@Albertaparks) June 19, 2022
No conservation pass is required.
Typically, a day pass would cost $15 per day or $90 per year per vehicle.
The pass was implemented in June 2021 to help pay for conservation, public safety, services and facilities.
Related article: Alberta honors National Indigenous People’s Day
National Indigenous Peoples Day is a reminder to “recognise and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and extraordinary contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples,” according to the Government of Canada.
The day has been recognized in Canada since 1996.
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