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HUNTING AND GATHERING

Blacklead Island Whaling Station (S), NU Aboriginal and European bowhead whaling
Debert Palaeo-Indian Site (S), NS Archaeological remains of Aboriginal caribou hunting
Déline Fishery /Franklin's Fort (S), NT Wintering quarters of Sir John Franklin and his second expedition
Fall Caribou Crossing (S), NT Site of critical importance to the historical survival of Inuit community
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump (S), AB World Heritage Site Aboriginal bison drive
Kekerten Island Whaling Station (S), NU Aboriginal and European bowhead whaling
Kittigazuit Archaeological Sites (S), NT Beluga hunting, Kittegaryumiut and Mackenzie Delta
Mi'kmaq on Malpeque Bay (E), PE Traditional hunting, fishing and gathering for the Mi'kmaq
Mnjikaning Fish Weirs (S), ON Aboriginal fishing site
Old Women's Buffalo Jump (S), AB Aboriginal bison drive in use for 1,500 years
Whaling Industry in Eastern Arctic (E), NT Aboriginal and European whalers caught bowhead and beluga whales
Yuquot (S), BC Spanish settlement site, 1789-95

EXTRACTION AND PRODUCTION

Aberdeen Pavilion (S), ON Rare 19th-century large-scale exhibition building, 1898
Amherstburg Navy Yard (S), ON Site of British naval yard, 1796-1813; War of 1812
Backhouse Grist Mill (S), ON One of the oldest and best-preserved small water-powered establishments
Bank Fishery (E), NS Commemorates offshore fisheries of Atlantic provinces
Bar U Ranch (S), AB Historic ranch in Alberta foothills
Basque Whaling in Labrador (E), NF 16th-century whaling by Basques
Battle Harbour Historic District (S), NF District evocative of the 19th and early 20th-century fishing outports of Newfoundland and Labrador
Beaubears Island (S),NB Acadian refugee settlement, 1756-59
Beauharnois Power Development (S), QC Economically and technologically important, 1929-32
Beck, Sir Adam (P), ON Regarded as the father of Ontario Hydro
Beginnings of Coal Mining (E), NS Mining established in 1720 to supply Louisbourg
Blacklead Island Whaling Station (S), NU Aboriginal and European bowhead whaling
Bombardier, Joseph-Armand (P), QC Industrialist and developer of snowmobile
Boyle, Joseph Whiteside "Klondike Joe"(P),YT Mining entrepreneur, founded Klondike Mining Company, 1904
Brick, Reverend John Gough (P), AB Anglican missionary, settlement of Peace River district
Britannia Mines Gravity-fed Concentrator Complex (S), BC Important 1920s-1930s copper mine concentrator
Britannia Shipyard (S), BC Historic ship repair and building facility
Brooks Aqueduct (S), AB Landmark irrigation project built by Canadian Pacific Railway in 1912-14
Burns, Patrick (P), AB Prominent rancher and major figure in meat-processing industry
Canadian Pacific Forest Products Mill (S), QC Pulp and paper mill,1919-20
Canso (S), NS Site of fishing centre, 16th to 19th century
Cariboo Gold Fields (E), BC 1860s gold rush led to economic and political development of British Columbia
Carling, Sir John (P), ON Brewer, federal Minister of Agriculture (1885-92), established Dominion Experimental Farms
Central Experimental Farm (S), ON Cultural landscape reflecting the 19th-century philosophy of agriculture
Chilkoot Trail (S), BC Transportation route to Klondike gold fields
Claybank Brick Plant (S), SK Important early 20th-century brick-making complex
Cross, Alfred Ernest (P), AB Alberta entrepreneur, ranching, brewing, oil and gas, Calgary Stampede

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