WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK:
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"The Park’s 1922 creation, 1926 expansion and management throughout the 20th century, and the forced membership transfer in 1944, violated Denésuliné treaty rights, displaced Dené residents from their territories and homes (including through a series of evictions from Birch River and Peace River after 1926), cut off or restricted their ability to harvest and live on the land as they always had done, and divided families and the community."

- History of Wood Buffalo National Park's Relations with ACFN

"Sure Wood Buffalo National Park wants to open up to the world, when they want to open it up with Canada and brag about the beauty and the richness and the scenery of everything but before they do that, we just want everybody to know the story that what was happened to us, in order for them to gain all that richness in the beautyness that they've created. And the propaganda of lies that were told to take that.” 
- Chief Allan Adam

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