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On the Move tour stops in Prince Albert


The Royal Canadian Geographical Society and The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement worked in partnership to create the boreal forest giant floor map, which tours across Canada in the On the Move campaign. The tour stopped in Prince Albert, Sask., a community located on the edge of the boreal forest where residents rely heavily on forestry for their livelihood. Watch this video on how the campaign and map are educating Canadians about the boreal forest.

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