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Popular N.W.T. tourist attraction becomes on-the-land healing camp

Aurora Village, 2011

Aurora Village, a popular tourist attraction in the Yellowknife area, has been transformed by Indigenous groups into an on-the-land healing camp for those experiencing homelessness. The project received $1.3 in federal money, but it will run out in two months.

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