Civic-Indigenous relationships in the era of Truth and Reconciliation
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The history and future of cities in Canada are interwoven with Indigenous Peoples, lands, rights, systems, identities, and futures. The natural and built spaces that are often called civic commons are imprinted with the presence, stories, seeds, hunting and trade routes, medicines, artistic creations, and aspirations of diverse Indigenous Peoples.
These spaces – intended for the well-being and productivity of all residents – are on Indigenous lands. Yet, they have often been designed and planned
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