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Alberta Online Encyclopedia

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The Heritage Community Foundation in partnership with Alberta Aboriginal Relations and Traditional Use Studies communities is proud to present a dynamic new website – Understanding Traditional Use Studies: Aboriginal Traditions and Knowledge. Traditional Use Study - Aboriginal Traditions and Knowledge

The website explains the TUS process as it has developed over time in Canada and internationally. The heart of the site is the TUS process developed and implemented in Alberta. The site provides information on communities that implemented TUS and showcases materials from selected Studies with the permission of participating Aboriginal communities. The Website makes the TUS process and findings accessible to Aboriginal Peoples and the general public for the purposes of education and public engagement.

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