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References

Partial list of academic and web resources used to validate the information provided in this online resource. 

The content was also informed by personal communications with Don Carruthers Den Hoed, Dawn Carr, and participants in the CPCIL Park Leaders Development Program held in Canmore, AB, notably Dan Mulrooney and Abdullah Afzal from Parks Canada, Gatineau, QC.

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