Business Development

Within the context of the St. Lawrence Parks Commission's Five Year Corporate Plan, substantial investment is required to implement the goals of growth and financial self-sufficiency. To achieve its growth objectives and secure the level of private sector investment that is required, the Commission has developed a business investment strategy involving two major activities: creating a climate conducive to investment, and, aggressively pursuing private sector partners.

The primary objective of Business Development is to initiate and sponsor new business growth ventures for the Commission, to implement strategic, operational and master plans, and to manage real estate planning by:

  • developing and implementing strategies to nurture business growth, preparing business cases, coordinating and managing all capital and development projects, identifying and implementing initiatives to provide the best return

  • targeting potential investors to partner mutual business interests and development opportunities; negotiating partnership agreements, managing partnership/investor initiatives to provide the best return

  • identifying most practical approach to meet objectives of development plans including the use of external consultants to drive investor strategy; preparing formal request for proposal processes; outsourcing to the private sector for special projects; providing planning and engineering services to the Commission

  • directing land use planning and management for all Commission land holdings by developing and implementing land disposition strategies

  • linking land development strategies to business development portfolio; liaison roles and responsibilities.

If you are interested in obtaining more information on the opportunities available, please contact:

Darren Dalgleish
General Manager, CEO
St. Lawrence Parks Commission
Tel: 613-543-3704
[email protected]

Museum Renewal Project

Fort Henry National Historic Site of Canada is the showcase of one of the most important collections of British and Canadian military artifacts. Fort Henry has recently been designated as a World Heritage Site as a part of the Rideau Canal, which includes the Kingston Fortifications System, of which we are the keystone component. 

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