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Pipe ceremony at Lake Minnewanka welcomes bison back to their homeland | Calgary Herald


Pipe ceremony at Lake Minnewanka welcomes bison back to their homeland | Calgary Herald: “The reintroduction of bison is not only ecologically important, but it has a great spiritual meaning for indigenous people,” he said after the ceremony. “To have the opportunity to participate in and observe a blessing ceremony is very significant for us.

“It provides a first step of reintroducing bison but also bringing back that connection indigenous people have with bison and with Banff park.”

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