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15000+ Years and Counting

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In an attempt to broaden the discussion around Canada’s 150 anniversary, CRRC collaborated with the Curve Lake Cultural Centre in the production an exhibit exploring Nogojiwanong’s First People and the making of Curve Lake First Nation.

The exhibit was featured at the 2017 Pulse, Peterborough’s downtown street festival.

(Hover over the image to view a slideshow of all the panels.)

Download a PDF of the display (3Mb)