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Federal government invests $3.7 million in Saskatchewan Indigenous tourism development

Minister of Tourism Randy Boissonnault announced at Wanuskewin Heritage Park on Monday that the federal government will invest $3.7 million to build Indigenous tourism. In total, $3,755,465 will be spent on funding 19 tourism projects around Saskatchewan. Boissonnault says that before the pandemic, Indigenous tourism in Canada was the fastest growing sector of the Canadian tourism economy.
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