Call it second-time lucky.
A bid to see a huge chunk of land on the east side of the province designated as a United Nations World Heritage Site got moved a tiny bit closer to fruition today.
A new application by five First Nations in the area to get Pimachiowin Aki recognized for its natural and cultural value for indigenous people is to be delivered by hand to UNESCO headquarters by Jan. 30.
The rejigged submission was announced today by officials from...
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