- January 7, 2016
- Employee Login
- Corporate Info
The "Parks of the St. Lawrence" has become one of the largest tourism destinations in Eastern Ontario, extending 200 kms from Kingston to near the Quebec border. Our facilities include thousands of hectares of park land and attractions on the St. Lawrence Heritage Corridor that provide a major source of recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to the Eastern Ontario Gateway to Ontario.
The services we offer are made possible by the sponsors and partnerships we have attained over the years. The St. Lawrence Parks Commission is proud to offer numerous Corporate Sponsorship opportunities to like-minded companies with matching values and business objectives. Because there are so many business units within the St. Lawrence Parks Commission there are a variety of opportunities available for Corporate Sponsorships, Advertising, the Adopt-A-School Program, Product Sampling, and much more.
- Bids and Tenders
The St. Lawrence Parks Commission invites interested proponent to respond to the following tenders. For further information or documents, please contact the Purchasing Officer at 613-543-3704 extension 2487 or by email: email@example.com.
- Board and Staff
The Chair and Commission members are responsible for providing strategic direction to the SLPC and governing the affairs of the SLPC within its mandate as set out in the Act, the SLPC's by-laws, agreements, its approved business plan and the policy parameters established and communicated by the Minister. Appointments to the Board of Commissioners are made through the Public Appointments Secretariat.
- Facility Rental
The St. Lawrene Parks Commission has a variety of facilities accross all properties availble for rent. Typical rental uses include Weddings, family reunions, festivals, filming locations and corporate events. See below for available facilities.
The St. Lawrence Parks Commission hit a triple Friday night with three of their events honoured in Festival & Events Ontario’s Top 100 Events in Ontario for 2015.