Host Sean Kheraj speaks with PhD Candidate, Jonathan Clapperton about the displacement of the Silammon First Nation’s community from what is now Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park. He follows up with a further discussion of provincial parks in Canada by speaking with participants from the recent NiCHE-sponsored symposium, Historical and Global Perspectives on Provincial and Local/Regional Parks.
The full episode is available on the Natures Past page.
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