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'Our national parks must be respectful of traditional knowledge,' said Catherine McKenna
March 11, 2017 | CBC News | Published News | Bob Weber

Federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is supporting a greater role for First Nations in creating new protected areas and managing the ones Canada already has.

Speaking Friday at a parks conference in Banff, Alta., McKenna said Indigenous protected areas will be one way Canada meets its international goal of conserving 17 per cent of its land by 2020.

"We will move forward in our commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, including the development of Indigenous protected areas...

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