FREDERICTON- The personal belongings of the family of a man who laid claim to land in New Brunswick’s Kouchibouguac National Park are being removed, says Parks Canada. Jackie Vautour’s “family’s belongings are being carefully boxed and securely stored outside of the national park,” Parks Canada said Tuesday evening in a statement. Vautour died in 2021 and the Crown agency said it will ensure his family has the details on how to retrieve their belongings. Parks Canada had given the family until March 31, 2022, to remove their belongings from the park. “A year ago, Parks Canada respectfully requested that the illegal occupation of Kouchibouguac National Park be brought to a conclusion within a reasonable period of time,” it said. “We offered to work with the
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