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Airport dig nearly complete

Archaeologists searching for artifacts at the Greater Moncton International Airport are wrapping up their dig. They've been searching for past evidence of aboriginal people in the area. The work is being done now so any artifacts can be preserved before a new runway is built. The CBC's Marc Genuist spoke with Albert Ferguson, the manager of archaeological services for the province.

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