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Opinion

Indigenous influence on tourism grows

Visitors to the province increasingly respect the land and its people

John Woods / The Canadian Press files</p><p>Visiting kayakers view beluga whales in Churchill. Increasingly, tourists in Manitoba are seeking experiences respectful of Indigenous culture.</p></p>

John Woods / The Canadian Press files

Visiting kayakers view beluga whales in Churchill. Increasingly, tourists in Manitoba are seeking experiences respectful of Indigenous culture.

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Updated on Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 8:42 AM CST: Photo added.

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