The Curse of Barbed Wire: Pilgrimage enthusiast says our society would benefit from having the Right to Roam

The Afternoon Edition - Sask

Matthew Anderson has spent a lot of time walking through Saskatchewan. The Concordia Professor studies the pilgrimage - something that is much more common in countries where people have access to private land. Anderson says things could be different in Canada if we followed the example of other countries where citizens have the "Right to Roam". Later this month he will be in Saskatchewan to walk from Mortlach to Gravelbourg.

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