Indigenous-led programs in Canada’s national parks are allowing First Nations people to tell their stories – and helping the country reconcile with its past
A storm has dusted snow across the Métis Camp at Alberta’s Rocky Mountain House national historic site, where Métis guide Pam Lashmore, wearing a gingham dress and wool wrap, is cooking bannock over a campfire. After our small group of visitors has sampled this warm, crumbly bread, we head indoors to …
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