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At the age of 30, Mélanie and Olivier had traveled the world and met people from all over the globe. But they realized that they had never walked into an Indian reserve in their home country, Canada. So the young couple decided to explore the North Shore of Quebec by bike to better understand the complex relationships between Quebecers and First Nations peoples. Studies show that more than 50% of French Canadians have at least one Native American ancestor. So why is there such a lack of understanding when it comes to Aboriginals? Why are prejudices still so ingrained? What will it take to change things?
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