Canada’s first mixed UNESCO heritage site may lead to more protected Indigenous areas; Anna Desmarias; iPolitics

The designation of a large strip of boreal forest as Canada’s first mixed UNESCO World Heritage site just might help Indigenous groups gain more control over their ancestral lands. Pimachiowin Aki is a 30,000-kilometre swath of land straddling the Ontario-Manitoba border. The Anishnaabe people have lived for thousands of years and the area is currently […]

Source: Canada’s first mixed UNESCO heritage site may lead to more protected Indigenous areas – iPolitics

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