. How Canada’s national parks became places for reconciliation « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Positive – Indigenous-led programmes in Canada’s national parks are allowing First Nations people to tell their stories – and helping the country reconcile with its past.

Many of Canada’s 48 national parks and 171 national historic sites – including Rocky Mountain House, where First Nations and Métis 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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