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Customary and traditional knowledge in Canadian national park planning and management: a process view



Customary and traditional knowledge in Canadian national park planning and management: a process view



Social science and natural resource recreation management: 125-150



The Canadian Parks Service is charged with the responsibility of protecting significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and with encouraging public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of these areas. The management strategies adopted by the agency have, it is argued, traditionally failed to address the importance of developing a better awareness of the interdependent roles and relationships between people and parks.

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