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Google It, Parks Canada

Fortress.jpgOne of the internet's most powerful companies is joining with Parks Canada to bring a new view to places such as the Fortress of Louisbourg. We learn why the giant search engine, Google, was in Cape Breton to capture images at the Fortress. Aaron Brindle is a spokesperson for Google, and Ellen Bertrand is the Director of External Relations at Parks Canada.  (runs 7:25)

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