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May 27, 2016 | Globe and Mail | Published News | Gloria Galloway

Pimachiowin Aki

PHOTO: Jeff Wells

A massive tract of boreal forest straddling the Ontario and Manitoba borders that is known as the “Land that Gives Life” to the Anishinaabe people is recommended to become Canada’s first mixed World Heritage site.

The advisory bodies to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO’s) World Heritage committee said Friday that the Pimachiowin Aki is so important to the world, both ecologically and culturally, that it...

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