Red Chairs in Canadian National Parks

Starting 2014, Parks Canada began placing recycled plastic Adirondack chairs in scenic locations throughout Canada’s national parks, including the flagship Banff, to help draw people to viewpoints and connect with nature. It’s a publicity stunt.

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Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube. (Jasper National Park)

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