Have faculty members Duncan McLaren and Daryl Fedje found North America's oldest human footprint?

CBC's Quirks and Quarks interviews Dr. Duncan McLaren about possibly the oldest footprints found in North America and asks: What does this mean for the theory of people crossing over to the Americas 12,000 years ago via an ice free corridor and travelling inland? Charcoal shards found within the footprint are suggesting that three different people were walking around a fire hearth 13,200 years ago on the North West Coast.   Heather Pringle's story is enough to give you goose bumps as she describes Anthropology faculty members, Duncan McLaren and Daryl Fedje's remarkable find. Read the June 22, 2015 edition of Hakai Magazine.