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Origin stories

How Indigenous voices became the driving force behind Canadian Geographic’s groundbreaking new atlas


AT THE AUG. 29 launch of the Canadian Geographic Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada, Aaron Kylie stood uneasily with his shoes off on an 11-by- 8-metre map half the size of a gym. The map, available for schools to borrow, depicts Canada stripped of its provincial and territorial borders, replaced by iconography such as modern treaty and land agreements, the traditional homelands of Indigenous tribes, and the locations of residential schools.

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