By Nono Shen THE CANADIAN PRESS Time changes everything, including the way archeology works. It’s a point illustrated by the recent discovery of Indigenous artifacts at the site of a shopping mall renovation in Williams Lake in central British Columbia, a process that involved collaboration and oversight by the Williams Lake First Nation. Whitney Spearing, rights and title manager for the First Nation, said it’s a stark contrast to the approach taken almost a half century ago, when 13 human skeletons were found at the same site during the original construction of the Boitanio Mall. Those remains were taken away in a truck and dumped over an embankment. “When we talk about the 1970s, there wasn’t a lot of respect for First Nations people, there wasn’t a lot of respect
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