Ottawa is entering into an unprecedented agreement with a First Nation and the Northwest Territories to create a new national park reserve that they will co-manage.
The federal government announced at a ceremony in the Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation on Wednesday that it has agreed to the boundaries of a 14,000-square-kilometre swath of boreal forest and tundra on the eastern end of Great Slave Lake that will, in a year or two, become the Thaidene Nené...
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