A world worth saving. Autumn splendour in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada. A PinP photo.
Saturday, 28 May 2016
UNESCO Recommends Canada’s First Mixed World Heritage Site
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
The Bloodvein River within the planned heritage site.
Photo credit - Wikipedia.
A massive tract of boreal forest straddling the Ontario and Manitoba borders that is known as the “Land that Gives Life” to the Anishinaabe people is recommended to become Canada’s first mixed World Heritage site. Story here.