Canadian native dating
Canada is surrounded north, east, and west with coastline and since the last ice age, Canada has consisted of distinct forest regions.
Old Crow Flats and Bluefish Caves are some of the earliest known sites of human habitation in Canada.
They were the earliest ancestors of the Athabaskan-speaking peoples, including the Navajo and Apache.
They had villages with large multi-family dwellings, used seasonally during the summer, from which they hunted, fished and gathered food supplies for the winter.
The Laurentide Ice Sheet covered most of Canada, blocking nomadic inhabitants and confining them to Alaska (East Beringia) for thousands of years.
One route hypothesized is that people walked south by way of an ice-free corridor on the east side of the Rocky Mountains, and then fanned out across North America before continuing on to South America.