Health & Safety

A large number of activities will be taking place on the territory of Acadia Lands and Forests during the Congrès mondial acadien 2014. Some of those activities will require licensing and registration. As these activities will be spread out in three distinct regions, Northwestern New Brunswick, Aroostook County in Maine, and the Témiscouata region in Québec, regulations may vary from one region to the next.

This section will inform you on regulations regarding your specific activity, provides the forms and information for each region and on how to obtain the required licenses. This information will help provide a healthy and safe environment for the festivities of 2014.

For any question or for more information, please contact Jean-Marc Dufour, Coordinator of Health and Safety for the CMA 2014 at 506-737-2014 ext. 5445 or by e-mail at: [email protected]

Temporary Campgrounds

The CMA 2014 is in contact with different organizations of the Acadia of the Lands and Forests in order to facilitate the necessary authorizations for establishing temporary campgrounds.

Consult this document for more information: