MINISTRY 0F NATURAL RESOURCES
APPLICATION TO CONDUCT RESEARCH IN ONTARIO PROVINCIAL PARKS
The Ministry of Natural Resources usually requires a period of up to two months for review and approval of this application.
Research means any investigations or studies of natural, cultural, social, economic, management or other features or characteristics of provincial parks, which involve field investigations.
If more space is required to complete any of the following sections, please attach additional sheets.
Personal information submitted on this form is collected under the authority of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act, 2006 and will be used for administrative purposes. Questions about the collection of this information should be directed to the Park Supervisor/Zone Manager.
The researcher(s) will provide the Park Supervisor/Zone Manager one copy of all reports, publications, theses, etc., produced as a result of the research, within two years of the completion of the project.
The Park Supervisor/Zone Manager will provide all workers on a research project with a letter or means of identification to be carried by each and every worker when engaged in work related to the project.
AIl specimens, artifacts,
materials and information collected remain the property of Her Majesty
the Queen in Right of Ontario as represented by the provincial park in
which they are collected (unless assigned to an appropriate repository
by the Park Supervisor/Zone Manager) and are subject to the requirements
under Acts and Regulations for Canada and Ontario and the conditions specified
in granting permission.
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