Archive: Sacred Home of Manitou

People Patterns

Joan Reed-Olsen looks at different aspects of Manitoulin Island: the native people, the beef-farming industry, and tourism. The program outlines the history of treaties with the native people, shows a cattle auction at Little Current, and looks briefly at the role of tourism in developing the island's economy.
Aired:
Jan 25, 1989
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