Martin Luther King’s visit that never was

In 1960, Martin Luther King and his wife were to visit Fundy National Park in New Brunswick. But he never took the trip, because an innkeeper was worried it would upset other U.S. tourists. This story ran on CBC News on the 86th anniversary of King’s birth, January 15, 2015.

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