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National museum is sending the Nishga Girl back



The Nishga Girl used to be a centrepiece in Canada Hall at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. But curators there are giving it back to B.C. as it rebrands itself. (photo courtesy of the Canadian Museum of Civilization)

The Canadian Museum of Civilization is under heat for pulling a historic North Coast boat from its collection. The Nishga Girl is being returned to B.C. Betsy Trumpener speaks with the curator who acquired the boat for the museum, George McDonald.

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