Related Terms: Carbide Mill (Carbide Willson Ruins); Canadian Shield; Champlain Lookout; Champlain Parkway; Chelsea; Eardley Escarpment; Étienne Brûlé Lookout; Fortune Lake Parkway; Gatineau Parkway; Harrington Lake (Lac Mousseau) Huron Lookout; Kincora Lodge (O'Brien House); King Mountain (First Geodetic Survey Station); Kingsmere (Official Residence of the speaker of the House of Commons); LaPeche Lake; Lusk Cave; MacKenzie Estate Abbey Ruins; MacKenzie King Estate; Main House (Willson House); Meech Lake; Outaouais; Philippe Lake (Lac Philippe); Pink Lake (meromictic lake); Pink Lake Lookout; Pink Lake Mica Mine; St. Lawrence Lowlands; Wakefield (LaPeche)

Gatineau Park Master Plans

Satellite Images for Gatineau Park via Carleton Library's GIS Geospatial Data page

Carleton University Research Virtual Environment (CURVE) resources Gatineau Park Curve is an open access repository which holds academic research output and creative work voluntarily deposited by Carleton faculty, staff and students, as well as all dissertations and theses produced at Carleton.

General Links

  • "The map that helped preserve Gatineau Park" (Canadian Geographic, Oct. 11 2018)
  • Gatineau Park / NCC
  • Gatineau Park NCC Documents (pdf) - incl. 2005 Gatineau Park Master Plan; Gatineau Park Summer Trails Map, 2017; The Lusk Cave Trail; Lusk Cave Underground Map; Camping Map 2018; Executive Summary Report on Gatineau Park Ecosystems; Identification and Characterization of Ecological Corridors Adjacent to Gatineau Park; Gatineau Park Ecosystem Conservation Plan; Gatineau Park Cultural heritage Plan; Public Consultation Report - Portage Bridge; Official Residences Asset Portfolio Condition report - April 2018; 2018 Cycling Map; Ottawa River South Shore Riverfront Park Plan; Greenbelt Master Plan; Paths of the Early Settlers; Request for Proposals - Lebreton Flats; Tunneys Pasture master Planweb; Annual Reports of the Ottawa Improvement Commission; Queen Elizabeth Monument Relocation; West Memorial Building Rehabilitation; Public Consultation report Oct. 2018 - Exploring new uses for the monastery lands; Capital Illumination Pan; Landscape Concept for Les Terrasses de la Chaudiere Complex (LTDC); Memorial to the Victims of Communism; Bronson Pulp Mill Ruins (BPMR) Public Access; Nepean Point Redevelopment; Parliamentary Precinct Centre Block Rehabilition;

** Selected print resources**

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