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Audio Clips

Students have an opportunity to listen to audio clips about the region of the Boreal Forest.

Forest and Habitat

Ecosystem Management and Sustainable Forestry
[ Listen to the audio ]

The Domain of the Moose
[ Listen to the audio ]

Caribou, perfectly comfortable in the arctic winter air
[ Listen to the audio ]

Wood Buffalo National park, Bison and Wolves
[ Listen to the audio ]

Trades and Early years

Ateesh-Ka-Sees, Indian Trade Captain, Part One
[ Listen to the audio ]

Ateesh-Ka-Sees, Cree Trader, Part Two
[ Listen to the audio ]

Peace for a Thousand Miles, Part One
[ Listen to the audio ]

Peace for a Thousand Miles, Part Two
[ Listen to the audio ]

Peace for a Thousand Miles, Part Three
[ Listen to the audio ]

Peace for a Thousand Miles, Part Four
[ Listen to the audio ]

Corporate Wars in the North: Hudson Bay Company versus the North West Company
[ Listen to the audio ]

The Beginning of the Fur Trade in the Peace Region
[ Listen to the audio ]

Tronquil, Beaver Trader
[ Listen to the audio ]

Places in Alberta

Naming the Peace River
[ Listen to the audio ]

Naming Fort Chipewyan
[ Listen to the audio ]

Treaties

Treaty 8, Part 2: Finding Leaders and Electing Chiefs
[ Listen to the audio ]



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