S2E13-National Parks Pt. 1
We look at National Parks and other protected areas in rural context.
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Uploaded: 22 Mar, 2018
Recording Date: 22 Mar, 2018
Recording Location: CHMR
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Copyright: Bojan Fürst / The Harris Centre
Program Title: S2E13-National Parks Pt. 1
Description: When it comes to Canadian identity, the popular imagination summons forests, wildlife, and untouched nature that goes on forever. In some ways, our national parks reflect that idyllic picture; however, in other ways, they are complex, complicated, and contested. Join us for the first in a two-part look at how our national parks are created, who determines what we do with our natural spaces, and the impact that parks have on the people who live in and around them. We’ll chat with Dr. Phillip Vannini, Dr. Alistair Bath, Dr. John Calder and Colleen Kennedy.
Host(s): Bojan Fürst, Rebecca Cohoe
Featured Speakers/Guests: Phillip Vannini, John Calder, Alistair Bath, Colleen Kennedy
Credits: Bojan Fürst and Rebecca Cohoe/ The Harris Centre
Regional > Canada
Society and Culture
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