The results of one of the largest archaeological excavations ever made in Manitoba are about to be made public by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Between 2008 and 2012, archeologists conducted a block excavation at the CMHR site at The Forks and also worked alongside construction crews while work on the the $365-million museum was underway.
Archeologists have summarized their findings in a 1,600-page report, the museum announced Tuesday. A summary as well as some artifacts will be presented to reporters on Wednesday, in the presence of First Nations elders.
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