Banff National Park will welcome visitors in Indig languages

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In many of the Indigenous languages represented in Treaty 7, there is no direct translation for the English word ‘welcome.’ In Stoney, the word ‘okâch,’ meaning come in, there is room, is often used. In Cree – which is also spoken by many Métis people – ‘tawâw’ translates to a similar meaning, greeting newcomers with
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