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Stoney Nakoda Nations elders, knowledge keepers share traditional ways to respect bears

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Many hikers in Southern Alberta head to the trails in spring equipped with bear spray, singing or saying hey bear, woah bear, to warn the animal they’re around the corner. Elders and knowledge keepers from Stoney Nakoda Nations have their own approach, and lessons to share when it comes to co-existence.

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