Canada: Boundaries of new Nááts'ihch'oh NP smaller than aboriginal leaders had hoped; smallest of 3 options chosen
The federal government is creating a new national park in the North, but has elected to set the boundaries smaller than some had hoped, paving the way for mining opportunities.
In creating the Nááts'ihch'oh National Park Reserve in the Northwest Territories, the federal government set the borders smaller than local aboriginal leaders hoped because of the potential for resource development.
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