Ancient history could be paved for South Fraser Perimeter Road


Article by Brian Lewis in The Province.

“This is the Glenrose Cannery archeological site in North Delta, where since 1969 scientists have dug deep into its earth and discovered artifacts and other remains that confirm that ancient First Nations peoples were using this location as a temporary summer food-gathering place as long as 9,000 years ago.

“It’s certainly one of B.C.’s oldest heritage sites and it’s also well known internationally in archeological circles, but as important and priceless as it is, that’s still not going to stop the B.C. government from building the $1.2-billion South Fraser Perimeter Road over it.”

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