Fake Historic Site Honoured

An aging movie theatre has been designated a National Historic Site as “one of the first” built in Canada to screen talking films. It wasn’t. Parks Canada yesterday declined to disclose research substantiating the claim. Other fake federal historic sites include a purported 17th century explorers’ campsite, and a farmer’s field where Champlain allegedly lost his astrolabe: “Remarkable”.

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