Module 4 Lesson 2: Governance and reconciliation

Overview: Students will start to understand the meaning of two key concepts: governance and reconciliation. While these concepts apply to many places and topics, this lesson will focus on a specific case study: salmon reintroduction in the Canadian part of the Columbia River Basin.

Module 4 Lesson 2: Governance and reconciliation


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