From hunt to hide: Indigenous teens take to the woods for class with new land-based education project – CBC

by ahnationtalk on December 3, 201835 Views

Poundmaker First Nation, Sask., students going on hunting, fishing trips

Dec 02, 2018

Carson Albert-Checkosis was still tired from an early wake-up call, but what he saw made him spring to life.

On a mid-November morning, the sun was just beginning to light up the shoreline of a large slough in a hunting area about 60 kilometres east of Lloydminster.

As Carlin Nordstrom drove 15-year-old Albert-Checkosis and two classmates into a clearing, a large, dark shape became visible across the frozen water. A cow moose was rooting through the bush, eating her breakfast.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/poundmaker-first-nation-moose-hunt-1.4925823

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