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Intensive archaeological research began in 1982. To date there are 19 pre-contact sites to be found within the valley and two historic sites making this region the longest running active archaeological site in Canada.
The archaeological sites found within Wanuskewin Heritage Park include numerous habitation sites; four bison kills sites, a tipi ring site, and a boulder alignment. These sites show intensive occupation particularly of the Opimihaw Creek Valley over the past 6,000 years.
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