Thunder Bay's Mysterious Rock Ring

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Researchers think a puzzling ring of about 1,000 rocks and 35 metres in diameter in Thunder Bay might have once been a sacred site. But a local Indigenous community is not so sure. Northwestern Ontario Hub journalist Charnel Anderson has been looking into this phenomenon and helps separate fact from fiction.
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