Mi'kmaq trying to protect heritage in Nova Scotia

The shores of Gaspreau Lake in Nova Scotia are lined with the archeological history of the Mi’kmaq people.

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The shores of Gaspereau Lake in Nova Scotia are lined with the archaeological history of the Mi’kmaq people.

But now a major industrial project there could see most of the historic sites flooded and left underwater.

And that’s got people scrambling to save their heritage.

APTN’s Ossie Michelin has the story.

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