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Edmonton Arts Council proposes new aboriginal art park

As Edmonton’s aboriginal population continues to grow, the city's arts council is proposing a new permanent outdoor exhibit featuring works made by aboriginal artists.
If funded, the park will be built at Queen Elizabeth Park and will feature the work of aboriginal artists in the city. 2:13

As Edmonton’s aboriginal population continues to grow, the city's arts council is proposing a new permanent outdoor exhibit featuring works made by aboriginal artists.

The park would be in Queen Elizabeth Park, a place with a great deal of historical and archaeological significance.

CBC’s Travis McEwan explains.

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