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Fall 2005


The Nahanni is a globally significant boreal wilderness area in Canada’s Northwest Territories. This event will bring together traditional and scientific knowledge to present a compelling case for the need to expand protection for the Nahanni. The presentations will feature internationally renowned geographer, Dr. Derek Ford, whose presentation will include a lecture and slideshow emphasizing the beauty and importance of the Nahanni. Dr. Ford will be joined by Grand Chief Herb Norwegian of the Dehcho First Nations, in whose traditional territory the Nahanni National Park Reserve and World Heritage Site are located.

Come and enjoy an evening of scientific and cultural insights on the importance of protecting one of Canada’s most precious boreal wilderness places.

Admission is free. For more information, send an e-mail to [email protected].

Nahanni Forever


November 21 Kingston
Queen's University

Queen’s University
BioSciences Complex, Room 1101
116 Barrie Street
Kingston Ontario

November 22 Hamilton
McMaster University

McMaster University
Health Sciences Centre., Room HSC1A1
1200 Main Street West
Hamilton Ontario

November 23 Waterloo
University of Waterloo

University of Waterloo
Theatre of the Arts
Waterloo Ontario

November 24 London
University of Western Ontario

University of Western Ontario
Middlesex College Building, Room 110
London Ontario

November 25 Peterborough
Trent University

Trent University
Gzowski College (Symons Campus),
Room 114
Peterborough Ontario

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