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Proposed Pimachiowin Aki site in Canada will be the next test
August 21, 2015 | Huffington Post | Published News | Steven Kallick

An Anishinaabe healing camp on the shores of Weaver Lake on Poplar River First Nation land in the boreal forest of Manitoba.

Remember the Alamo? UNESCO just did, by including the fabled Texas mission in itslatest designated places of "outstanding cultural or natural importance to the common heritage of humanity."

At the same time, a less publicized UNESCO decision, made by the international body's World Heritage Committee, could have an equally profound and more global impact. UNESCO's rules now...

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