|Good day!! I am a new employee with Parks Canada at a national historic site in BC. We're in the process of trying to find new ways to get visitors to come to our site and of course these days, there's a lot of you geocachers out there with some great ideas.|
I would suggest that Parks Canada staff first refer to your own guidelines for placing caches in National Historic Sites.
These guidelines were derived from several years of consultation between Parks Canada and Provincial geocaching organizations across Canada, after Parks Canada banned geocaching in all parks, lands and sites, which they manage, in 2004.
The BCGA was an integral part of developing the the current policy which now allows geocaching, in a limited capacity, in Parks Canada jurisdictions.
I trust that any caches hidden by Parks Canada staff in lands managed by Parks Canada (including National Historic Sites), would adhere to these guidelines.