Majority of Manitobans support establishing Indigenous Protected Areas: Probe poll – Winnipeg Sun

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Majority of Manitobans support establishing Indigenous Protected Areas: Probe poll – Winnipeg Sun

by ahnationtalk on November 16, 202047 Views

A new poll has found that many Manitobans support establishing Indigenous Protected Areas to conserve natural areas and to create sustainable jobs.

According to a Probe Research poll, 73% of Manitobans support creating Indigenous Protected Areas to conserve forests, wildlife, water and other special places.

The poll was conducted on behalf of the Seal River Watershed Alliance, a partnership between four First Nations to permanently protect the Seal River Watershed as an Indigenous Protected Area.

In August, approximately 1,033 Manitoba adults were surveyed online while 127 northern residents were surveyed by telephone.

Read More: https://winnipegsun.com/news/provincial/majority-of-manitobans-support-establishing-indigenous-protected-areas-probe-poll

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