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Archaeology Month: Digs near Metis river uncover traces of millenia-old occupation

As part of Archeology Month, Les Jardins de Métis, also known as the Reford Gardens, has unveiled results from recent digs.

Archeologists have been exploring areas near the mouth of the Mitis River, and have recently found traces of First Nations populations who would have occupied the territory thousands of years ago.

The Director of Reford Gardens Alexander Reford tells us what was discovered on the site. 

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