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Parks Canada debuts podcast

Parks Canada has launched a new podcast called ReCollections that will consist of of stories from historic sites nationally. The podcast will begin with five episodes examining various aspects of Canada’s natural and cultural heritage. Topics will include a Haida village in Gwaii Haanas, the ruins of a Norse settlement in Newfoundland, Dawson City during the Klondike gold rush, Canada's first known Black businesswoman Marie Marguerite Rose, and a quarantine island in the Saint-Lawrence where immigrants were held when arriving in the country. The episodes are available on various podcast services, as well as YouTube and the Parks Canada website at <>.

“Parks Canada is known worldwide as a leader in conservation, but we do much more than that,” said Ron Hallman, president and CEO of Parks Canada. “We also commemorate the people, places, and events that have shaped what we now call Canada. With our new history podcast ReCollections, we are pleased to provide additional opportunities for Canadians and people from across the world to discover some of the national historic sites that Parks Canada helps to protect and learn more about the diverse natural and cultural heritage in Canada.”

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