Qat’muk: Where the Grizzly Bears go to Dance
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Qat’muk: Where the Grizzly Bears go to Dance

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John Ahni Schertow
August 7, 2012
 

For the Ktunaxa, Qat’muk is the home of the Grizzly Bear Spirit and it is a vital part of Ktunaxa culture and of the environment of the region.

The BC Government is about to approve an environmental disaster in southeastern British Columbia. The Jumbo Glacier resort proposal, located in the heart of Qat’muk, threatens critical grizzly bear habitat, ignores the sacred value of the area to the Ktunaxa and is bad for British Columbia.

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