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Exhibit tells story of artist’s own journey of understanding the relationship between Canada and Indigenous Peoples

Last year, Lani Zastre embarked on an art project to figure out what it means to be a settler and a respectful Indigenous ally in Canada. The result is Be a Better Settler, a gallery exhibit and self-published book featuring 16 portraits created following interviews with First Nations, Métis and Inuit individuals from across the country.

Where are Canada's moose?

Moose populations are declining in many provinces, with the exception of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton. Wildlife researchers and First Nations say logging, sport hunting and climate change are to blame.