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Many of Canada's National Parks now honor First Nations Peoples
by Hans Tammemagi
Indian Country Today Media Network Translate This Article
13 July 2012
On 13 July 2012 Indian Country Today Media Network reported:
Parks Canada, which handles all of the nation's national parks, is an international leader in working with aboriginal peoples, but that wasn't always the case. Go back far enough in Canada's history, and you'll find that Native peoples were excluded from some national parks. This policy of exclusion was gradually eliminated over the past 50 years.
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'In the past few decades, we have strived to build meaningful relationships with First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples to ensure a more holistic stewardship of the land that includes the cultural values and knowledge of its people,' says Alan Latourelle, the chief executive officer of Parks Canada.
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