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Canada | Government helps fund Indigenous PA, safeguarding one of world's largest intact watersheds

The federal government is committing more than $3 million toward an area of protected Indigenous land in northern Manitoba.

The Seal River Watershed Indigenous Protected Area Initiative aims to protect the entire Seal River watershed,  located in the Taiga Shield of northern Manitoba, from industrial activity to protect wildlife, and so future generations of Cree, Dene and Inuit people can take part in traditional practices such as hunting and fishing.

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