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How Canada's national parks became places for reconciliation
by Carolyn B. Heller
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3 January 2022
On 3 January 2022 Positive News reported:
National parks across North America are located on Indigenous territories, but for many years, parks in both Canada and the US ignored the stories of the people from these lands. Many of Canada's 48 national parks and 171 national historic sites -- including Rocky Mountain House, where First Nations and Metis people interacted with non-Indigenous fur traders in the 1800s -- are now working with Indigenous interpreters and community members to provide a fuller picture of this heritage and contemporary culture.
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