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Sépaq, the Quebec crown corporation that manages the province’s national parks, is at the front line of a revolution in sustainable development strategy

For this edition of Sustana’s series “Conversations with Green Champions”, Rolland President Philip Rundle speaks with Hugues Sansregret, Manager of sustainable development at Sépaq, talks aligning with the UN’s sustainable development goals and the power of sustainable recycled paper to drive awareness across the visitor experience.

Sépaq manages 23 national parks, 1 marine park, 13 wildlife reserves, 8 tourist establishments and 1 outfitter. Together, these protected territories cover a total of 51,958 square kilometres.

  • With the support of more than 3,000 employees, Sépaq showcases and enhances the territories and public assets entrusted to it and ensures their sustainability.
  • Sépaq reports to the Minister Responsible for Sports, Recreation and the Outdoors and its head office is located in Quebec City.
  • It is organized into 3 networks: National Parks, Wildlife Reserves and Tourist Establishments and offers a range of outdoor activities and services, including accommodation, restaurants, equipment rentals, and shops.

Read our full conversation here.


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