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Year-End 9 - Chip Bird

Parks Canada is one of the strongest threads in the Canadian fabric, weaving together some of our country's most important historic sites as well as some of its most beautiful locations. In the last of our year-end interviews, we speak with the Superintendant of the Cape Breton Field Unit of Parks Canada, Chip Bird. (runs 16:36)

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