Winschgaoug (Cree) | May 28, 2014 | 7:49

BAPE series: JB Loon on environmental impacts

Special Projects Coordinator Jean Baptist Loon from Mistissini works with Cree Trappers Association.Loon has first hand experience on environmental impact because he worked on projects like caribou declination.

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