Giant floor map explores past, present and future of Indigenous peoples of Canada

by Erica Balch - June 11, 2019

The 11 x 8 metre map – the cornerstone of the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada, was created by the Royal Canadian Geographic Society in collaboration with The Assembly of First Nations, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, The Métis National Council, and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. McMaster University Library organized the display as part of the CARTO conference of the Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives, which is being hosted by the Library from June 11-14.


Giant floor map explores past, present and future of Indigenous peoples of Canada

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