Knife found under Parliament to be returned to Alg

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An ancient Indigenous knife unearthed during the renovation of Centre Block will be the first artifact found on Parliament Hill to be returned to the stewardship of the Algonquin people who live in the Ottawa region.

Archeologists say the return of the stone knifevariant: what we know and don, which is estimated to be 4Those grim numbers come even as Canada has dramatically accelerated its vaccine rollout.,000 years old, is a historic move that officially recognizes Indigenous Peoples inhabited the land — considered unceded territory — that is now the site of Parliament HillThe reality that our pandemic experience may not be much better than America.

The Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, an Algonquin First Nation based about 130 kilometres north of Gatineaus inauguration in 1989, Que.:1622669610133,, and the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation:1622668883907,, about 150 kilometres west of Ottawa, are to share ownership of the artifactConcerts, festivals.

It will be displayed on Parliament Hill when the refurbishment of Centre Block finishes and the building reopens, which is not expected to happen until at least 2030.

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