Source: Jonathan Guignard, Global News, June 13, 2019
Some First Nations around southern Saskatchewan are expressing their concerns about what they believe, is an “increase” in black bear traffic.
A number of residents living on Cowessess, Kahkewistahaw and Ochapowace First Nations have reported multiple sightings.
“Bear sightings and reports have been higher than normal this spring. We don’t have total data on how much bears are in our area, but we know we have above average right now,” said Cadmus Delorme, Cowessess First Nation chief.
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